A Level Students Celebrate Results
A Level learners at Tresham College of Further and Higher Education are celebrating today after receiving their A Level results. Their hard work and determination, coupled with dedicated support from their teachers and a range of support staff has led to good results for the College. Out of 142 A2 Level entries across 14 different subjects the overall pass rate this year is 96%with 58% achieving grades A* – C profiles. These results mean that learners will now be spending the next few days with staff at the college confirming their places at university.
100% pass rates at grades A*-C were achieved in Film Studies, English Literature and Fine Art.
Clare King, Head of School for A Level’s at Tresham said:
“This year we have seen many examples of young people achieving their best and being able to progress to the university of their choice or gaining employment as a result of their commitment over the past two years and the support of some fantastic tutors and staff across the college.”
Stuart Wesselby, Principal at Tresham College of Further and Higher Education said:
“I am pleased that many of our A Level learners have achieved this year and am confident that we will build on this success as Tresham invests further in its A Level provision. These are the first students to have studied at our new 6a Sixth Form Academy and many are able to confirm places at university or progress at Tresham at our dedicated University Centre to pursue their dream careers. Congratulations to everyone that has worked hard and been committed to achieving such great success, well done!
Tresham College of Further and Higher Education is still enrolling for the 6a Sixth Form Centre and for degree level courses starting in September including HNC/D Graphic Design, HNC/D Computing, HNC/D Music, HNC/D Performing Arts, HNC/D Photography, HNC/D Fashion and Textiles
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