Hartlepool Sixth Form is celebrating a summer of outstanding A-Level and vocational success on top of being awarded College of the Year.
The sixth form which merged with Sunderland College in September 2017, and forms part of Education Partnership North East, is growing in strength, as students continue to achieve exceptional results.
The sixth form celebrated an outstanding pass rate of 100% in 18 A-Level subjects including Computer Science, Maths, Politics, English and History. This included a total of 73% of students achieving the top A*- C grades, which is an increase on last year and a reflection of the success of the merger almost two years ago.
The outstanding results have enabled A-Level students to secure places at high calibre universities, including the prestigious Russell Group Universities: University of Oxford, University of Edinburgh, Durham University, Newcastle University, and progress to higher-level apprenticeships and embark on new careers.
Students at Hartlepool Sixth Form also celebrated a remarkable set of vocational results, further enabling them to progress their chosen career path.
Ellen Thinnesen, Chief Executive of Education Partnership North East, said:
“Our students work incredibly hard and I am delighted that the exceptional efforts of our students and staff have been rewarded with outstanding results.
“I am proud of our students’ fantastic achievements across all of our colleges, which is testament to both the hard work and dedication of our students and the staff who have inspired them to achieve their best and pursue their career ambitions. I wish them every success in the next stage of their journey.”
The results cap off a successful year for the college as last month it was recognised as the top college nationally and awarded the prestigious BTEC College of the Year by Pearson, the UK’s largest awarding organisation.