A Levels: College of West Anglia

PUBLISHED: 19:34 21 August 2006 | UPDATED: 22:07 28 May 2010

NEW seconded headteacher at the Queen s School, Tony Cooper, met with Jill Francis of the College of West Anglia s Isle Campus to reflect on a pleasing start to A-level partnership. The college achieved an overall pass rate of 93.5 per cent, which is slig

NEW seconded headteacher at the Queen's School, Tony Cooper, met with Jill Francis of the College of West Anglia's Isle Campus to reflect on a pleasing start to A-level partnership.

The college achieved an overall pass rate of 93.5 per cent, which is slightly higher than last year.

Students fetched their results from the Isle Campus, in Ramnoth Road, many of them with hands shaking too much to open their envelopes.

Many mature students also got A grades after studying either in the evenings or alongside teenage students during the day at Queen's or the Isle Campus.

Jill Francis said: "It was delightful to see so many students with four or five passes that give them the opportunity to go to university, complete apprenticeships or enter employment with training for good jobs. Well done to the staff and students."

Overall, the College of West Anglia's overall pass rate increased to 97.3 per cent, with A-C grades also increasing at 45 per cent.

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