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Shrewsbury Colleges Group gives students greater choices and dedicated subject resources at different campus locations and is proud to offer the largest and most flexible curriculum offer within Shropshire, comprising of A Levels, Vocational Diplomas, Apprenticeships and Higher Education qualifications.
College students achieve fantastic A Level and Vocational results with high pass rate
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Shrewsbury Colleges Group is congratulating the A Level and vocational courses students who have received their results today.
Shrewsbury Colleges Group is congratulating the A Level and vocational courses students who have received their results today. A Level results for the students have been particularly pleasing with more than 57% of students receiving an A* to B grade at A Level. The overall pass rate was 99.9%.
107 students achieved AAA or better at A Level and 29 students achieved 3 or more A* grades. The best performing students were Daisy Weston, Grace Stephenson, Hugh Lea, and Leo Ellis who all achieved an incredible 4 A* grades.
Daisy who studied Overseas before coming to SCG plans to study Ancient History at University of Birmingham. Grace, who is a former student of The Priory School, will go onto Durham University to read Mathematics and Hugh, who previously attended Corbet School, will be studying Mechanical Engineering at Lancaster University. Leo who came to SCG from Bishops Castle plans to read Computer Science at University of Cambridge.
Nine students are progressing to either Oxford or Cambridge Universities and more than 720 students have places at university already confirmed.
SCG Principal, James Staniforth said after seeing the overall results “Our students should be very proud of the grades they have been awarded. These grades reflect the hard work and commitment our students have put into their studies. These achievements are also the result of the excellent teaching and support they have received, both at college and in their previous schools, and the support of their families. Well done to everyone on all the successes.”
He added: “Our students have had to cope with the situation that the COVID pandemic has presented, and they have risen to the challenges. They have shown tremendous resilience and flexibility throughout their time with the college, and they have quickly had to learn new skills like online learning and how to communicate digitally.”
Some of our students
The college experienced technical issues with the platform ProPortal for students and parents to access their results. Some students and parents were unable to access the results and the college apologies for any anxiety or distress that these technical issues caused. The college had taken steps to upgrade its IT capabilities to deal with large numbers of enquiries ahead of the results day, however, a software glitch meant that the ProPortal system had service outages.
Thank you for your enquiry about an application, now that term has started please ring the Admissions team on 01743 342346 for Vocational courses at London Road or 01743 260410 for A levels and Art courses based at English Bridge and Welsh Bridge and they will help you with your application. Voice messages can be left, please give clear details about contact numbers.