Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College celebrated results day triumph as students collected the grades enabling them to successfully secure their next step to a wide range of aspirational and competitive destinations.
A Level results include:
90% of all subjects had 100% pass rate
99.8% pass rate
Over 55% student got high grades (A*, A and B)
Over 65% of students in vocational subjects achieved high grades (D*and D)
Students securing places at Oxbridge and Russell Group university is well above the national average of 18.5%.
Joanna Bailey, CEO of Tees Valley Collaborative Trust and Principal at Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College, said:
“We are exceptionally proud of our students and the results they have achieved in these uniquely challenging circumstances.
“The college has continued its excellent tradition of supporting students to some of the best universities in the country, despite the national controversy surrounding this year’s process for assessing students’ performance. Our high grades performance has allowed students to secure their places at Oxbridge and Russell Group universities, studying highly competitive courses in Sciences, Medicine and Law, to name but a few.
“As well as this, students have secured prestigious and highly competitive apprenticeship and employment opportunities around the country which will see them working in a variety of different disciplines.
“I would like to extend my best wishes to every student leaving us this summer.”
Asma Shaffi, Deputy Principal and Head of Centre at Prior Pursglove College, said:
“These results reflect well upon our incredibly hard working and dedicated staff and students across the college.
“Their tremendous hard work and utmost resilience have made these results a huge success story for themselves and this can only help to pave their way to their chosen courses at university, apprenticeship and employment opportunities.
“We are very proud of their progress and achievement and appreciate all of the hard work from our staff to reach this point.”