The College’s August 2017 A Level pass rate of 98.3% (grades A*-E) is higher than the national average (97.9%) for the fifthteenth year running.

  • 60 A* grades were achieved by 41 students.
  • 436 (87.5% of the College’s students who have applied through UCAS) have successfully obtained university places (the national figure for 2016 was 76.3%).

Principal, Michael Kitcatt, said: “I am delighted to see that all the hard work of the students and the staff has again led to such excellent results, particularly in the first year of the new style
linear A Levels in many subjects.”