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Lipa Sixth Form College

Where Performance Matters

1 hour ago

We were thrilled this week to hear from our Technical Theatre graduate Amelia Hawkes, who is now studying #LightingDesign at @rosebruford. She's working on Akram Khan's show 'Until the Lions' & has been interning with the Chief LX, & the lighting designer Michael Hulls - amazing!

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@myCFHero @cftrust They're not quite ready yet. We'll let you know once we're ready to take them to market, but thank you so much for your interest.

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19 hours ago

RT @LIPASixthFormCo: We're very proud to share with you that one of our Year 2 Actors, Alex Starke, had a guest role in @BBCCasualty on Sat...

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22 hours ago

We're looking forward to meeting everyone who has signed up for our Open Day on Saturday - if you want to attend, please go to and register today!

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Excellent Results

In 2018, 99.4% of our students passed their UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma, with 59% of them at D* or D. 74% have progressed to higher education or conservatoires, including Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Bristol Old Vic, Mountview, Royal Northern College of Music, Rose Bruford, University of Leeds and LIPA. Over 96% of our 2018 leavers are now in higher education or employment. We provide specialist support, such as audition and interview practice, to help our students achieve their goals.

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About LIPA Sixth Form College

LIPA Sixth Form College is a Free School for 16-18 year olds, funded by the Department for Education, and open to students from Liverpool and the surrounding area. We offer University of the Arts London (UAL) Level 3 Extended Diploma courses in a range of creative and performing arts disciplines, leading to nationally-recognised qualifications.

This website outlines what we do, how we do it, and how we can help you work towards achieving your vocational and academic ambitions during your time with us.


Your lecturers and visiting industry professionals who work with students on a regular basis will be important contacts and sources of support and guidance during your time with us. Providing you with regular feedback on your progress, they will teach and guide you towards achieving the academic and professional goals you identify, and will also provide information about careers and degree courses.