Not Going to Uni Worldwide Colleges and Universities Opendays.com - university and college open days UCAS Progress: Forge Valley Community School (NWLP) Forge Valley is a brand new 11-18 school in the north west of Sheffield which welcomed its first students in September 2011. Forge Valley is working in partnership with Stocksbridge High School to form the North West Learning Partnership. The Partnership began delivering a wide range of courses to post 16 students in September 2011 with courses based at Forge Valley. Come along to our Open Evening on Thursday 14th November 2013 6.30-8.30pm at Forge Valley to find out more. About us The North West Learning Partnership is made up of Forge Valley Community School and Stocksbridge High School. From September 2011 these courses will be provided at Forge Valley. Facilities available In September 2011 we moved in to a brand new building which offers us the most up to date learning environment with purpose built facilities for each subject area as well as spaces for independent learning and study. Post 16 students have their own dining facilities, social area and fully equipped study centre.
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