Clinical Science success for students
Seven students are celebrating after each receiving their chosen university offer for Clinical Sciences.
The A-level students, all part of the college’s Pathway to Clinical Sciences (PaCS) progression group, will now all go on to study Medicine or Veterinary Sciences at university:
- Katie Smith – St George’s (University of London) – Medicine, currently studies A-level Biology, History, Psychology and AS Chemistry
- Josephine Arthur – University of Sussex – Veterinary Sciences, currently studies A-level Biology, Chemistry and Maths
- Sophie McArthur – University of Liverpool – Medicine, currently studies A-level Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Spanish
- Jordan Laing –University of Newcastle – Medicine (Partner scheme), currently studies A-level Biology, Chemistry and Psychology
- Jake McGee – University of Durham – Gateway to Medicine, currently studies A-level Biology, Chemistry and Psychology
- Caine Inyanga – University of Durham – Gateway to Medicine, currently studies A-level Biology, Chemistry and Economics
- Lucy Hedley – Royal Veterinary College – Veterinary Science (Foundation Year), currently studies A-level Biology and Chemistry.
Angeline Keightley, Raising Aspirations coordinator at Stockton Sixth Form College, said: “The PaCS group was established to provide tailored support and extra-curricular opportunities to students aiming to study extremely competitive Science-based courses at university.
“For such a large proportion of the group to receive their chosen offers is a credit to their hard work and determination to achieve not only fantastic grades, but to demonstrate the skills and attributes top universities so often want to see. We wish them all every success in the future.”