Educational Life CIC are delighted to report on the A Level Examination Results for Ursuline College
Ursuline College students celebrated outstanding success in today’s AS and A-Level results, meaning another year of excellent academic and personal achievement for a school awarded good in its most recent Ofsted.
For the third consecutive year, results have improved in all areas with an overall pass rate of 95% including a noticeable increase in A*-C grades. The school has achieved its best ever results in vocational subjects with an overall pass rate of 100% and over two thirds of students achieving Distinction*/Distinction. Outstanding achievements include Christos Alamaniotis will be studying Bio-Chemistry at the University of Sussex and Krupa Binu will be attending Queen Mary to study Pharmaceutical Science. A large number of students are progressing on to higher education and have successfully secured places on courses to study Business, Psychology, Media Relations, Music Technology, Law, History and English.
The development of the Sixth Form has been a priority for school improvement which in the past year has included the opening of a new Sixth Form centre. The dedicated study rooms and computer facilities have further developed independent study skills and therefore progress as is reflected in the ever increasing results.
Students that face significant challenges achieved extraordinary results, outperforming all other students with 100% pass rate and nearly 40% of these grades at A*-B.
Stephen Adamson, Executive Headteachers says, we are very proud of the achievements of all of our students who have worked extremely hard this year. He added that these results exemplify the excellent level of support our students receive and confirm the good judgement Ofsted gave the school in its recent inspection. He thanks staff for all their hard work and parents for all their support over the past academic year.
We provide a wonderful opportunity for students of all abilities to achieve their full potential in a vibrant and supportive school community and we look forward to welcoming an increased numbers of students to our Sixth Form in September.