Cowley Sixth Form College students celebrate their A-Level and BTEC success
Students at Cowley Sixth Form College are celebrating their success on A-level and BTEC results day with some outstanding performances.
With a 98.6% overall pass rate and 46% of students achieving top grades A* to B (or equivalent) across all subjects, the College is delighted with this year’s results which will enable students to progress on to their chosen pathway.
One of the standout performers was Katie Lythgoe who achieved an A* and two As and will go on to study Diagnostic Radiography at the University of Liverpool.
Three students earned two As and a B. Katie Ledwith will take a gap year before progressing to university to study Law, Isobel Mousdell will study Forensic Science at Liverpool John Moores while Rachel Taylor will move to the University of Chester to study Bioveterinary Science.
From Cowley’s popular Nursing Cadetship programme, Olivia Scott has earned a place at a Russell Group university after she attained two Distinction*s and a Distinction and will study Nursing at the University of Manchester.
Other success stories include George Gregory who achieved an A and B from his two A-Levels as well as a Merit from his BTEC and moves to study Law at Nottingham Trent University. Nathan Mee picked up a Distinction* and two Distinctions and will now study Media Production at Liverpool John Moores, while Dylan Rouch will move to Edge Hill University to study Television after achieving two Distinctions and a Merit.
Many other students produced excellent results and are moving on to study their chosen subjects at university or to complete Apprenticeships in their desired career field.
Speaking about the college’s success this year, Director of Cowley Sixth Form College, Deborah Faulkner, commented: “We are incredibly proud of how our students have performed this year.
“They have all worked incredibly hard and their excellent results are extremely well deserved.
“After the exam cancellations in the previous two years due to COVID-19, this was the first opportunity for this cohort of students to complete formal examinations, but they have shown great determination and resilience and produced sterling performances.
“This year group have been excellent to work with. It has not been easy for them over the past couple of years, so I could not be any more pleased as we say goodbye and good luck to students who are armed with the results they need for the next steps in their journey.”
Highlights from Results Day 2022:
- 98.6% pass rate across all subjects
- 46% of grades at A- B at A Level (or equivalent)
- 16% of grades at A/A (A-Level)
- 53% of grades at D*/D (BTEC)