Pendleton Sixth Form College has achieved an overall pass rate of 99% on both A-level and Vocational courses. Staff and students from the college are celebrating another year of outstanding results with a 100% pass rate in 50 individual subjects.
Victoria Kielty, Head of Academic Studies, said: “We are delighted with the outstanding results our students have achieved. It has been an exceptionally successful year in terms of high grades and value added performance.”
At Pendleton Sixth Form College, 72% of A-level students celebrated achieving top grades.
Former Walkden High School pupil, Rachel Campbell, achieved an outstanding three A* grades in maths, further maths and physics and will now be going to the University of Manchester to continue her studies in mathematics.
Rachel said: “I am really pleased with my results and thankful to all of my teachers at Pendleton Sixth Form College for helping me get these wonderful grades.”
Toochukwu Mike Azorji, who chose to study at Pendleton Sixth Form College because of its notably high pass rates, accomplished an impressive set of results which included two A* grades in biology and maths, and an A in chemistry. He now hopes to use his results to apply to study medicine at university and one day hopes to become a doctor.
Former All Hallows High School pupil, Charlotte Ellaby, said: “I am really excited I got into the university of my choice and will continue to study the subject I love.” She will now go on to study economics at Kings College, London after receiving an A* in law and three A grades in economics, maths and further maths.
Georgia Reeves had equally inspiring results which secured her place studying cognitive neuroscience combined with psychology at the University of Manchester. After receiving her A* in psychology and two As in biology and art and design, she said: “It’s overwhelming to find out I have received even better grades then I expected and to finally know all my hard work has paid off.
“The grades I achieved were thanks to the support of staff at Pendleton.”
It was a similar story for those studying on Vocational courses, with 80% of students achieving high grades.
Enrolment for 2019 entry began on Thursday 22 August 2019.