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STUDENT

Chloe Bond

A Levels

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The Honours Society gave me the edge I needed

Chloe wishes to excel in her chosen career field of Education, Journalism and Politics; informing people and changing lives. She believes in the importance of Education, empowering people to become the very best they can be.

Chloe completed her GCSEs at Colne Primet Academy, after which she chose to study A Level English Language and Literature, History, Dance and Drama & Theatre at none other than Burnley College Sixth Form Centre. 

After gaining outstanding results across all her subjects, she received an offer from University of Cambridge to read Education, giving her the opportunity of a lifetime to study at the UK’s top university.

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The Honours Society gave me the edge I needed

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

A Levels

Being a part of the Burnley College Family, Chloe was keen on making an impression during her time here. Wishing to study at a top university in the UK, Chloe joined the Honours Society and became a Student Governor, opening the doors to make that dream a reality. Being part of the Honours Society allowed her to be given the opportunity to travel to the University of Manchester to gather valuable resources needed to boost her education prospects.  Chloe also had the amazing opportunity to see Carol Anne Duffy live at the Royal Exchange as part of her English Language and Literature course at Burnley College Sixth Form Centre.

TRAINER

Ed Cox

History and English Literature

Ed has had the experience of teaching in many different environments from College to University-level study. Previously, he has taught History and English Literature at the University of Central Lancashire and now teaches A Level History at Burnley College Sixth Form Centre.

Having read a BA(Hons) in History and Theatre Studies at University of Kent, Ed has had a wide range of exposure to the field of the Arts and Humanities. He also completed his PGCE at University of Central Lancashire. He has taught at Burnley UCLan and Burnley College Sixth Form Centre since 2017 and continues to inspire his students to bring their passion to life.

“Without History, we cannot appreciate, commemorate or learn from the past. It shows us how we got to the situations we find ourselves in today and helps us to forge a future that does not repeat the same mistakes and injustices.”

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