Salford students achieve outstanding results

Staff and students at Pendleton and Eccles Sixth Form Colleges are celebrating outstanding results on advanced level courses. More than 39 subjects boasted a 100% pass rate with exceptional numbers achieving high grades.

Head of Pendleton Sixth Form College, Kimberley Cash said: “We are delighted with the excellent A-level results our students have achieved this year, especially the high grades.

“As always, we are very proud of our students and wish them the very best as they progress onto some of the country’s top institutions and follow in the footsteps of our very successful alumni, including Taryn Challender, who has just received a first-class Honours Degree in English from the University of Cambridge.”

Former Ellesmere Park High School pupil, Daniel O’Shea, achieved two impressive A* grades in biology and chemistry and an A grade in physics.

Daniel’s grades were amongst the highest in the country and have secured him a place at the University of Manchester to study dentistry.

Kaid Robinson, also a former student at Ellesmere Park High School achieved a very impressive set of results with an A* in chemistry and A grades in physics and maths. He is progressing on to the University of Manchester to study aerospace engineering.

Former Bridgewater High School student Laura Bradley achieved A grades in business, economics and psychology. She will now progress on to the University of Sheffield to study business with economics.

Overall, 97% of Pendleton students passed their A-level exams with 67% achieving top grades.

It was a similar story at Eccles Sixth Form College where advanced vocational students are celebrating a 100% pass rate with 74% achieving high grades.

Head of Eccles Sixth Form College, Rebecca Parks said: “All the staff would like to congratulate their students on receiving outstanding results this year.  We are proud of the level of commitment and dedication they have demonstrated towards their studies and we are confident they will continue to excel in the future.”

TNT Education

Photo Credit: Salford College


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