As well as excellent A Level results, The Henley College has also seen its outstanding record of vocational results continue with 28% of Extended Diploma students gaining triple D* (equivalent to 3 A Levels at A*) and a 96% pass rate, with some results still to come in. The BTEC Extended Diploma in Tourism was particularly successful with a 100% pass rate and almost half the students (47%) achieving a D*D*D* grade. An impressive 37% of UAL (University of Arts, London) students achieved a triple Distinction, the highest possible grade; the overall pass rate on UAL courses (Creative Media and Art) was over 98%.
Beatrice Barefield (pictured above) who went to Valley Road and Gillotts Schools achieved an outstanding D*D*D* in the Extended Diploma in Social Studies securing her place at Buckinghamshire New University to study Police Studies with Criminal Investigation. Bea said, “I’m very pleased with the result that I’ve achieved over my 2 years at college. It shows that the amazing support and motivation to aim high that I received from my teachers as well as the hard work I put in has really paid off. I am now looking forward to going on to Bucks New Uni to study Police Studies with Criminal Investigation because I have always wanted to join the Police and to have a job that will make a difference to people’s lives on a daily basis.”
The College will also be running a special GCSE Results Advisory Service on Thursday and Friday where anyone, whether they have applied or not, can call in to discuss their results and possible study options at the College in September – more info here: http://www.henleycol.ac.uk/apply/gcse-advisory-service/