Outstanding A-Level results at Woldgate


Matthew Rose achieved A*, A A and is going to Warwick University studying Accounting and Finance. Andrew will be heading to Corpus Christi Cambridge to study mathematics two years earlier than his contemporaries, but he's undaunted at this prospect and said: "I thank God and my teachers who have helped me".

Executive head Laurence Reilly described Ben's A-Level success as a remarkable achievement and had high praise for other students too.

Jack Scotney, who scored an A in maths and a C in further maths and physics, said: "I am really pleased with my grades. I have now learned to embrace change when it comes which is why I'm particularly excited for university and why I am no longer anxious about my autism being an issue".

Georgia Ballard, who is one of the 27 students who gained Norfolk Scholar status, is all set to study a degree in photography at Sheffield Hallam University after getting an A* in fashion, an A in photography and a C in media. Olivia said: "I'm still in shock but I'm so happy".

A total of 60 students at the school celebrated as they picked up their results this morning.

Sunderland Sixth Form is Sunderland College's specialist A-Level hub which opened last September.

Cowbridge Comprehensive School students are celebrating much deserved success in today's A-Level, AS-Level, BTEC and Welsh Baccalaureate results. Created to offer the pupils advanced academic and independent research skills, the EPQ is highly regarded by universities with many making preferential offers to students who have undertaken it.

"The percentage of AS-level students passing with good grades is also up, despite overall entries being down by 40 per cent as a result of the introduction of reformed standalone AS levels".

"I feel privileged to lead Woldgate School and Sixth Form College, to be part of this community and to work with these wonderful young people".

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The school's 155 students were entered for 485 A-level examinations, achieving an impressive pass rate of 99 per cent.

"This is a momentous day for our A-Level students who have worked extremely hard to reach this point, and their determination and diligence is evident in the exceptional grades they have achieved".

Expert A-Level staff teach 30 courses from the sixth form which attracts students from across the North East and it is on course to increase the amount of subjects it teaches.

"We are very ambitious for our Sixth Form students".

Mr Britton said: "The outstanding results our sixth form students have achieved this year is testament to the dedication and hard work they have demonstrated to achieve their desired outcomes and lay a strong foundation for further study at university, employment or an apprenticeship".

"We are immensely proud of this year's set of A-Level results".

A STUDENT at Havering Sixth From College is going to Durham University after bagging four A*s in his A-levels.

"We want to congratulate all our students and wish them well for the future". Our vocational students have achieved superb marks in their professional and technical courses, and the opening of our specialist £29million City Campus facility last September has played an integral role in nurturing the skills of these young people.