Cadbury College continued its record of excellence this year with another great year for A-Level results.
Cadbury Sixth Form College is delighted to announce an overall pass rate of 96% for 2016. We offer a broad spectrum of specialist Level 3 courses from BTECs to A-Level, where we are proud that our teachers have industry-related experience in their respective fields alongside doctorates in Science subjects. In the past ten years, a large proportion of our students have progressed to Oxbridge, proving that our teaching expertise drives students to achieve great things!
This academic year saw students from the Specialist Sixth Form College in Kings Norton sit examinations across almost 50 subjects. 33 of these subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, whilst the majority of others achieved results in the high nineties.
This year, the sixth form college is also celebrating a successful set of BTEC results. Over half of our BTEC students have gained a top grade of Distinction* or Distinction, which is equivalent to an A* or A grade at A-Level. The courses, which focus on developing industry skills, are taken alongside A-Levels or other vocational courses and enable progression on to University or employment. Cadbury College takes student employability very seriously and have dedicated teams to support students' progression into employment.
We can also report a successful year of results for AS Level students. The achievement rate at AS Level is 83%, which has built upon last years' successes and seen A*-B grades in individual subject areas soar. For example, Mathematics, Physics, Fine Art, Business Studies, Finance, French and Government & Politics have all motivated and inspired students to achieve their high grades.
- Guidance for students taking exams at Cadbury College
- How to access your exam results from home (in Columbus)
- UMS Point Grade Grids GCSE
Drama and Theatre studies students wowed audiences again this month with their fantastic interpretation of the true story, Feral Enigma.
26 A-Level Art, Photography and Creative Writing students visited 3 very diverse galleries, starting their journey at the "Inside" exhibition in Reading Gaol.