Students and staff celebrated after achieving an outstanding 100% pass rate in A Levels and 99.9% pass rate in Advanced Vocational qualifications.

It has been another outstanding year for the A Level Professional Honours Programme with the majority of students achieving A*- B ensuring that they secure their next step to study at University or a Degree Apprenticeship.

Principal, Anna Dawe, said: “Our A Level Professional Honours Programme and Vocational students have surpassed themselves once again and I am delighted with the results."

"Our students undertake additional vocational qualifications related to their career and have completed substantial industry placements and we are extremely proud of their achievements.

"Their academic attainment combined with the technical skills they’ve developed means they can choose between the excellent university offers they’ve received and degree apprenticeship opportunities that are now available. We wish all of our students every success for their future.”

Josh Hupton, a former Fred Longworth High School pupil has followed in the footsteps of last year’s top grade student, Jack Reynolds after studying on the Engineering pathway achieving A Level Maths, Chemistry and Physics to earn a place at Lancaster University to study BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering.

Katie Turner, a former Ladybridge High School pupil, has enjoyed her time on the Teaching pathway and is celebrating after securing her place at Edge Hill University after achieving an A* in Sociology, B in Psychology and a B in English Combined.

She said: “I am over the moon with my results. I am sad to be leaving college as it has been a great 2 years but excited to be going to university as it will take me where I want to be. I received great teaching and the modules were specific to what I wanted to go into.”

Advanced vocational results were equally as impressive ensuring that students secured their chosen next step.

Mia Palmer, a former Shevington High School pupil, has achieved Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction* (equivalent to A*, A*, A* at A Level) on the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science and has accepted a place at The University of Salford to study BSc (Hons) Pure and Applied Physics.

William Mullins, a former St Edmund Arrowsmith High School pupil, also achieved high grades in his BTEC Extended Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and has been accepted onto the prestigious Degree Apprenticeship programme with Sellafield Ltd.

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