Exam Results 2015 information
CCW has celebrated the most impressive Sixth Form results this year with students achieving 100% pass rate in all A2 subjects. These are very pleasing results after two years of hard work and commitment from both students and staff, with the continued support of parents. Academic subjects that have performed particularly well include History, Psychology, English Language and Literature. Visual Arts, as always, achieved some outstanding results including A – A* grades. Level 3 Vocational studies included Health and Social Care for the first time this year with students achieving 100% Distinction and Distinction*. Students studying Level 3 Applied Science achieved excellent results with many achieving Double Distinctions.
100% of the Sixth Form students who have applied to Higher Education have been accepted by their first choice Universities, including amongst others UKC, CCCU, UCA, Liverpool John Moores, London South Bank and St. Mary’s University. Students will study courses ranging from Mental Health Nursing, Diagnostic Radiography, History, Psychology, Sport and Exercise Science, Business Management and Fine Art.
CCW’s highest performing female student is Megan Selvey who achieved a Double Distinction in Business, Double Distinction in Applied Science and a C in Sociology. Joshua Robertson is the College’s highest performing boy achieving a C in English Literature, a Double Distinction* in Business and a Distinction in ICT. Chloe Johnson achieved an A* in Fine Art, an A in Photography, a C in Psychology and a Distinction in Business Studies. Andrew Noad achieved a B in Sociology, a Distinction* in PE and a Distinction in Applied Science. Congratulations to all our students at both AS and A2 Level. 60% of Year 13 students are planning to study at University, 20% are starting employment with training, 15% are taking up apprenticeships and 5% are as yet unsure of future plans. On behalf of staff governors we wish them all the very best for the future and thank them all for their valuable contribution to CCW over the past 7 years.
We are delighted to welcome back Mrs Jay, formerly Mrs Le Cheminant, as a Senior Leader at CCW. She will undertake a vital role in leading CCW’s Sixth Form through the next stage of its development as we strengthen our provision further and continue our strive for excellence in all areas.
Quote from Mrs Jay:
“I am thrilled to be returning to CCW to drive forward the exciting new ventures for our sixth form students.”