Nicki Williams with two members of the Droitwich Spa Cricket Club Junior Section
Heart of Worcestershire College continues to shows its support for local youth teams in the area by sponsoring Droitwich Spa Cricket Club, Junior Section.
The sponsorship, which includes investing in new uniforms and bags, will help the team continue to grow its youth team, allowing them to focus on their excellent coaching and training.
Speaking about the partnership Nicki Williams, Vice Principal at Heart of Worcestershire College, says:
Warwickshire College Group students at Royal Leamington Spa College and Rugby College are celebrating after picking up another set of excellent A-level results.
The college’s students achieved an overall 98.1% pass rate. Impressively, students across the two colleges achieved a 100% pass rate in 18 A-level subjects including English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and History.
More students at the college group are choosing to study the traditional ‘facilitating’ subjects including English Literature, Science and Mathematics alongside other popular subjects such as Film Studies, Sociology and Psychology.
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Once again, Joseph Chamberlain College in Birmingham is celebrating its best ever A-level results this year. For the third year running, the pass rate at A-level is 99% with more students than ever achieving grades A*, A and B.
Tony Day, Deputy Principal at the College said: “Each year, our students do better and better. This year, I am so pleased that so many of them were awarded high grades in their A-levels and will be progressing to their first choice university courses. This is a result of their incredible hard work and the dedication of their teachers; the successes we have seen today are very well deserved. Like many schools and colleges, we were not sure about how the newly reformed AS-level qualifications would go but we have maintained our very high results from last year, which we are delighted with.”
Heart of Worcestershire College (HoW) ticks all the right boxes in this year’s National Student Survey with results showing above sector average satisfaction scores in numerous areas including; the quality of assessment feedback, how much students thought the course built their confidence and advice they received on study choices.
The National Student Survey (NSS) gathers feedback from students regarding their course and institution. It evaluates six aspects of the learning experience including extracurricular provision and the Student Union.
North Shropshire College (NSC) will be starting the academic year with a host of new vocational courses, NSC now offers the widest range of BTEC, CACHE and City & Guilds courses in the area after moving away from A Levels. Vocational courses at NSC are ideal for anyone who has a clear idea of what type of career or trade they would like to work in. Many NSC students who have completed vocational qualifications have gone on to complete degree courses at universities up and down the UK including universities in the Russell Group.
College students Emily Kelly, Mollie Hashdi, Sheena Palmer, Louis Cogez-Smith and Nikhil Harji proudly display their results
Stratford-upon-Avon College is over the moon with its A Level students’ fantastic 97% pass rate in 2016.
For the students, their achievements mark the end of this stage in their education and enable their plans for the future to be put into practice. For the staff, these results are a reflection of the College’s high teaching standards and its commitment to continual improvement.
Students at City of Wolverhampton College were celebrating today after picking up their A Level results.
Students at the college which was recently graded as good by Ofsted, achieved an excellent 85% pass rate overall.
Results showed a 100 per cent pass rate in 13 A Level subjects, including A2 Chemistry, A2 English Literature, AS History and AS English Language. An impressive 75% were awarded A*-B in A2 Sociology.