Young engineers forge ahead to bright future

September 02 2016

SOME 65 per cent of students at Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy secured five A*-C grades, including English and Maths, in their GCSEs this year.

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SOME 65 per cent of students at Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy secured five A*-C grades, including English and Maths, in their GCSEs this year. 

The following students achieved outstanding grades: Kurt Cameron - seven As and three Bs; Bradley Chapman - three A*s, eight As; Samana Hassan - two A*s, six As, one B; Rupa Mondi - two A*s, five As; Njabulo Nyakaza - eight As; Matthew Smith - three A*s, five As, two Bs .

Rhian Priest, principal at the academy in Stoke Gifford, said: "Our GCSE results this year are well above the national average in what is only our second set of results. 

“We are working hard to establish Bristol's University Technical College as a centre of excellence and are particularly proud that more than 80 per cent of our students scored a C or above in engineering."