Sidmouth College is celebrating a 100 per cent pass rate for all its 2019 A-Level students.
The college said overall, sixth form students had achieved above their target grade across all subjects, with 30 percent of students achieving A*-A grades, some 54 per cent achieving A*-B, and 87 per cent of students achieving A*-C grades.
Overall progress data shared by the college shows an increase from +0.02 to +0.25 meaning, on average, students achieved above their target grade across all subjects.
Sidmouth College said the ‘excellent’ outcomes at A-level was a reflection of the hard work of students, staff and parents, and showed the ‘fantastic’ work ethic, commitment, motivation and enthusiasm of those sitting the exams.
Exceptional student performances highlighted by the college were Millie Southwell, who achieved A-star, A, A in Photography, History and Philosophy and Ethics; Emma Meredith, achieved A-star, A-star, B in History, Psychology and Philosophy and Ethics; Lauren Brewster achieved A, A, B in Drama, Media and Philosophy and Ethics; Marcin Bielawski achieved A, B, B in Business, Geography and Psychology; Toby Garrick achieved A, B, B in History, Chemistry and Psychology.
Sarah Parsons, Sidmouth College principal, said she was proud of the students’ ‘fantastic’ achievements and thanked the ‘excellent’ college staff for their work.
She said: “I am incredibly proud of our students and their achievements.
“With the support of the excellent staff at the college and Mrs Hurley, as Head of Sixth Form, they are now able to move onto the next chapter of their lives.
“Students are heading off to a range of universities to further their education including Exeter, Durham, Loughborough, Bath, Bristol, Liverpool, Southampton, Cardiff, Reading and Birmingham.
“They thoroughly deserve these fantastic achievements today and I would like to wish all of our students continued success in the future.”