Coulsdon Sixth Form College students are celebrating today after receiving this year’s A Level results.
Students at the College recorded an improved pass rate on last year, despite a disruptive 18 months of learning, with students adapting and succeeding through prolonged periods of homeschooling and not being able to see and collaborate in-person with classmates and staff.
Of the students hoping to go to on to further education, 77% were successful in getting their first-choice university.
Standout results among an exceptional cohort of students included Charlotte Emerton-Rolfe, who achieved A*A*A*A, Maya Simfasanya who achieved A*AAA, Hannah Bance, who achieved A*AA and Patryk Chlopas who achieved AAA.
Odette Carew, Principal of Coulsdon Sixth Form College, said: “I am so pleased and proud to see that despite the very challenging year we’ve all experienced, with uncertainties and last-minute changes, our students have shown what great resilience they have and achieved a set of fantastic results.
“Supported by a determined, resourceful and innovative team of teachers and other staff, learning was maintained at a high standard throughout. The hard work by all means students can progress to their chosen higher education institutions, apprenticeships and employment with skills and knowledge development that cannot be questioned and that sets them up for the brightest of futures.
“Well done to the students and well done to everyone concerned!”
Some places are available on courses for the next academic year. For more information, and to apply, visit https://coulsdon.ac.uk/enrol-now/