The Isle of Wight College celebrated this week with the release of this year’s A Level results and proudly announced that one of its learners, from only its second cohort of students since opening in 2010, has accepted a place at University of Oxford.
If you are academically minded and are thinking of university, A Levels are the traditional route that also keeps your options open.
College Principal, Debbie Lavin, was delighted this morning as the first set of A Level results were published for the College. Publication of the results followed the investment of £5 million in the state-of-the-art F6rm facility, and the first cohort to complete has far exceeded expectations.
F6rm at The Isle of Wight College are celebrating with the news that six of the students who entered the national Young Writers competition have been selected to have their poem published in ‘Poetry Matters – Poems from England’ to be released on 30 April.
Kelly Walter (17) from Wootton, first year student at the new F6rm at The Isle of Wight College, has achieved bronze in this year’s Senior Maths Challenge. Over 65,000 pupils across the UK sat the Senior Maths Challenge. The Challenge is run by the UK Mathematics Trust and aimed at those aged 16 – 19 and is sat in schools and sixth form colleges across the UK.
After her visit to HMP Isle of Wight HRH The Princess Royal arrived at The Isle of Wight College for a light lunch in the College Restaurant where she was she was so impressed by the food she even asked for a takeaway to eat later!