School celebrates outstanding sixth form results
CARDINAL Langley RC High School is celebrating an outstanding set of sixth form results.
At A-level, students achieved a 100 per cent pass rate with 52 per cent of all results at A* to B grades.
In vocational subjects, meanwhile, 79pc gained a Distinction* which is the highest possible grade.
Headteacher Andrew Bridson, said “This is a fantastic achievement and reflects the hard work and dedication of students and staff.
“We are proud of all of our students and these outstanding results will enable more students than ever to be successful in their university and apprenticeship applications.
“The average grade this year was a B- and reflects the high standard of teaching and learning at the school. Many of our students have exceeded their expectations which demonstrates the strength of the Sixth Form at Cardinal Langley.
“It has been an amazing year at the school with our outstanding judgement from the Diocese of Salford and Ofsted judging us good in all areas. These results show that the school can compete with the best and we expect numbers to increase further this year given the high success rate that students achieve.
“These results are particularly impressive considering the national changes to sixth form qualifications and our students have done themselves proud.
“The future is very positive at Cardinal Langley and we are already looking forward to 2018.”
Hannah Murphy got an A and B grade and a Distinction*
Rory Hume-Smith got two A grades and a B
Aidan Patterson got three Distinction* grades and is going on to do an apprenticeship
Owen Cassidy is going to the University of Huddersfield to read product design. Olivia McNamara will read contemporary art at the same university
Shauna Kitson and Chelase Wellens are on their way to the University of Huddersfield and the University of Liverpool