Stockton Sixth Form celebrates results day success

Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College is celebrating results day triumph as students collected the grades enabling them to successfully progress to their chosen destination.

A Level results include:

  • 99% A Level pass rate
  • 43 subjects achieved 100% pass rate
  • 77 A* grades achieved.

Joanna Bailey, CEO of Tees Valley Collaborative Trust and Principal at Prior Pursglove and Stockton Sixth Form College, said:

“We are exceptionally proud of our students and the results they have achieved.

“The college has an excellent record of getting students to some of the best universities in the country, and this best practice continues. Our high grades performance has allowed students to secure their places at Oxbridge and Russell Group universities, studying highly competitive courses in Sciences, Medicine and Law, to name but a few.

“As well as this, students have secured prestigious and highly competitive apprenticeship and employment opportunities around the country which will see them working in a variety of different disciplines.

“Credit is also due to the talented and dedicated teaching and support staff who support our students to achieve these amazing outcomes.

“I would like to extend my best wishes to every student leaving us this summer.”

Student Success:

Rebecca Devlin

Former St Patrick’s student Rebecca Devlin is celebrating this results day after securing an apprenticeship at Nestlé on their Operations Degree programme. Out of thousands of applicants from the UK, she managed to secure one of two spaces on the programme.

Matthew Priestley

The former Grangefield Academy student achieved 4 A* in Chemistry, Further Maths, Maths & Physics. He will go on to study Chemistry at Newcastle University.

Shanny Speight

An amazing achievement for former Grangefield Academy pupil Shannay Speight who achieved A* A* B in Law, Psychology and Sociology. She will go on to study Law at Newcastle University.

Stephen Jones

Congratulations to Stephen Jones (former OLSB) who achieved A*AAA. He will go onto the University of York to study Computer Science. Well done!