The College's Sixth Form are, once again, celebrating an incredible set of A Level and BTEC examination results. For the second year in a row, students attending the highly successful sixth form have achieved a 100% pass rate in their A level and BTEC subjects.
The high quality of teaching and care provided by the staff was reflected beyond the faultless pass rate, with fifty five percent of all Level 3 qualifications achieved at A*- B (A level) or Distinction*- Distinction (BTEC).
Chair of Governors, Deborrah Back, commented “The staff and students have worked so hard all year; the results are nothing more than they deserve. This year, the College has celebrated a “Good” Ofsted inspection and have followed that with a great set of Sixth Form results. I am sure this will be followed by excellent GCSE results next week.”
Standout performances for the year included: Oliver Bradley (Chemistry A, Mathematics A, Product Design B); Louise Carter (Mathematics A, Further Mathematics B, Psychology B); Holly Flory (Business Studies A, Performing Arts Distinction, Psychology B); Harriet Hebbes (Biology A, Chemistry A, EPQ A*); Sophie Hoare (Photography A, Geography B, Product Design A); Fay Hughes (Philosophy and Ethics A, Psychology B, Sociology A*); Ellie Jackson (English Language B, Music Distinction*, Performing Arts Distinction) and Elysia Stent (Art A*, English Literature A, Philosophy and Ethics A*, EPQ A*).
“Newton Abbot College prides itself in providing high quality advice and guidance.” said Principal, Paul Cornish, “Meaning that, year-on-year, our students complete the right qualifications for them, leading on to myriad opportunities when they leave us - be that university, apprenticeship or employment. I am so proud of the staff and students; they never cease to amaze me. This year’s Sixth Form students should feel very proud of what they have achieved during their whole time at the College. These amazing examination results are the culmination of their academic efforts, but they have achieved so much more beyond grades during their time with us; as a result, they have grown into the most wonderful human beings too!”