College Principal, Debbie Lavin, was delighted as this morning’s A Level results were published for the College.
- The overall Pass Rate A* – E was 98.5%
- 20.3% achieved A* – A grades
- 37.6% achieved A* – B grades
- Value Added was Excellent (Value Added is the difference between actual results and predicted results based on GCSE grades – 76% did better than their predicted grades)
- The vast majority of students will be progressing to their first choice University/course
Our Students Say
Emily Hughes (18) from Cowes
Emily studied Psychology, Geography, Sociology and EPQ gaining A*A*A A grades and is excited about taking up her place at Durham University to study Psychology.
Ruth Gibson (18) from Cowes
Ruth achieved Psychology A*, Sociology A*, Graphic Design A, EPQ A and is very much looking forward to studying Psychology at University of Bath.
Georgia Millington (18) from Sandown
Georgia gained Philosophy A, Sociology A, English Literature A and EPQ A to secure her place at University of Kent to study Law.
Robyn Huxtable (18) from Godshill
Robyn achieved English Language A, Sociology A and Business A. She has a full time job to go to but is now considering an Apprenticeship or possibly university next year.
Rhys Edmonds (19) from East Cowes
Rhys gained Sociology A*, History A, Politics B and secured his place at London School of Economics to study Social Policy.
Megan Williams (18) from Bembridge
Megan gained Sociology A, Media A and English Literature B and is going to University of Portsmouth to study a degree in Digital Marketing.
Dominic Aspden (18) from Seaview
Dominic achieved Maths B, Physics C and History C securing his first choice of Hertfordshire University to study Aerospace Engineering.
Smiles & Celebrations
Chris Harpum, Head of F6rm and F6rm staff were present to see each of the students receive and open their results, and enjoyed a morning of many smiles and celebration with their students and families.
Debbie Lavin, Principal, met many of the students and was delighted to hear their success stories.
I am very proud of all of our sixth form learners, they more than met the challenges presented to them and I was thrilled to see their reactions when they saw the results.
The outstanding performance of so many of the students, especially in beating their predicted grades, was particularly pleasing.
I am delighted for the students, their parents and the dedication of the F6RM staff. I am so happy that so many will now progress forward with such optimism and pride.