A-level Results Day

The end of Sixth Form is the beginning of the rest of your life. From then on you make your own path, be it getting a job, going travelling or going to University. Two years at Sixth Form have flown and the final results day has crept up on you fast. The fear of failure being the epitome of your worries.

Results day morning, having seen every hour of the night you religiously refresh your UCAS page.

For Caedmon College students, the end result was success upon success. The student’s hard work payed off with 99.2% of the students being graded A*-E compared to last year’s 96%. 47.2% of the grades were within the A*-B range.

Tears of happiness and smiles filled the Learning Centre as the student’s spoke of their plans for the future.

Bronwyn Hodgson – Liverpool to do maths; Owen Grant – Durham to do maths and physics (3 A*’s); Tia Roe-Dryden – Northumbria to do midwifery

Principal, Keith Prytherch said: “We are delighted for all our students who take their studies seriously; achieving results that enable them to fulfill their ambitions.”

Ms Dimbleby, the director of learning for post 16 education said: “I am very proud of every single one of them, not just those who have achieved the highest grades.”

Caedmon College wish their students the very best of luck in the future.

Grace Braim

Rachel Tindall – Leeds to do history; Elizabeth Cuffling – York St. John to do early childhood studies.

Dan Butler – Teesside to do mechanical engineering; Jack Duckling – law at York

Liam Towell – 3 A*’s Lancaster to do physics

Lewis Cole – Northumbria to do international relations and politics

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