6th Form Results 2016
Students at The Axe Valley Community College are celebrating a year of excellent results at both A2 and AS. This year the pass rate was an impressive 97%, with 82% of students securing at least one qualification at grade C or above and 79% of students achieving 3 A level or equivalent pass grades.
Axe Valley students should be praised for their superb efforts and congratulated on their richly deserved results.
Many individual students performed exceptionally well and are to be particularly congratulated. Tom Lowe (Stockland) received A*AB and will be going on to read Mathematics at Exeter University, Mattea Austin (Kilmington) achieved Double Distinction*Distinction*Merit and will be taking a place at Worcester University to study Food and Nutrition, Jade Bridge (Colyton) secured AAB and will go on to study German and Italian at Bath University and Brad Burraston (Seaton) and Ellie Price (Axminster) both achieved ABB and will be studying Maths and Economics at Exeter University and Mental Health Nursing at The University of Surrey respectively. There are some exceptional achievements throughout the year group and we truly wish all our students success with their next steps and future plans.
At AS, 3 students are celebrating the remarkable achievement of gaining 3 A grades: Bradley Moore (Axminster); Hannah Burnett (Stockland); William Foxcroft (Colyford). Results like these place our new Year 13 students in a fantastic position as they move into the final year of their courses.
Headteacher, Steve Green, commented, “This is an excellent set of results for our young people and they should be incredibly proud of the effort and commitment they have shown. They have been rightly rewarded for their hard work. Their results are truly impressive and we are very proud to be able to celebrate these achievements with them.”
Executive Headteacher, Martin Brook, added, “With the ongoing partnership between Axe Valley and Holyrood and the exciting curriculum developments that lie ahead of us, I am convinced that these results are the perfect base for continued improvements to the sixth forms at both schools in the future.”