Creativity shines at Digitech
STUDENTS at Digitech Studio School Bristol have produced a very strong set of results at both A-level and GCSE.
Digitech, part of the Cabot Learning Federation, is based in Warmley and delivers technical diplomas in Art and Design, Media, IT and Busines. The class of 2018 are moving on to a variety of next steps, such as university study, highly sought-after apprenticeships and full-time employment.
Special mention goes to Sam Shellard, Ellie Jacques, Jasmin Hayward and Aaron Carlile-Jones, who all achieved distinction * across the board in their diplomas, and Harry Watts, who achieved ABB in maths, further maths and physics.
Principal Lis Jolley said: “I am absolutely thrilled and delighted for our students, who have achieved excellent results and will be leaving us to go on to even greater success at their chosen destinations. They have thrived in the unique environment that Digitech offers; my colleagues and I would like to wish them every success in their future pathways.”
At GCSE, in a small cohort of 62 students, six students achieved a grade 9 and 21 students achieved grade 8s equivalent to the old A* grading.
Fifty two per cent of students achieved the benchmark 4+ (standard pass) in Basics (both maths and English) and 33 per cent of students achieved 5+
Congratulations to Libby Kent, 99 88 77 AA, Tia Farrell, 9 88888 7, Lewis Leppier 888 77 A Dist, Jack Young 8888 7, and Ahmed Mohamed 99 88 Dist.