CLF Post 16 celebrates A-level success
STUDENTS at CLF Post 16, the joint sixth form for the Cabot Learning Federation, have achieved some strong A-level results.
Forty five per cent of candidates achieved grades AAB or equivalent and 62 per cent of Year 13 gained A*-C grades or equivalent. Disavantaged students did particularly well this year.
Principal Kath Cooper said: “The first-class support students receive while they study with us continues to bear fruit and be the unique selling point of the CLF Post 16; students from a range of backgrounds have followed appropriate and challenging pathways and have all moved on to positive destinations. It’s great to see them thrive, be happy and reach their potential.”
Steve Taylor, chief executive of the Cabot Learning Federation, said: “I am thrilled to be able to celebrate some great results with a fantastic group of students for a second year running. I am proud of the success that CLF Post 16 has become."
Some strong performances include:
Morgan Searle has had to battle to overcome serious health issues during his time at CLF Post 16. However, this has not held him back and he will be proud of his two As and a B to secure a place at the University of Bristol.
Michele Montuori has achieved an outstanding four A grades and will study biochemistry at the University of Bristol.
Hanna Ahmed has excelled on our health and social care course, achieving three distinction*, a fantastic achievement that has helped her to secure an NHS apprenticeship in nursing.
Rachel Moore has successfully secured a competitive apprenticeship at Rolls Royce which she is due to start in September.
Both Umar Shakil and Danial Ishtiaque secured unconditional offers from UWE on the business management and leadership degree after banking double distinction* in cam tech business.
Billy Cochrane will read psychology at Kings College London after securing A*A*B in psychology, sports studies and photography.