Students and staff at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris celebrate the success of A-Level Results Day.
The college, which is part of the Active Learning Trust, has seen many of its students secure secure places at university, while others have secured apprenticeships and job opportunities.
Three-quarters (75%) of Year 13 students applied to college, with half of those applying to study at Russell Group universities including Durham University, University of Sheffield and University of Nottingham.
Cromwell Community College students attending the university will study a range of subjects including pharmacy, astrophysics, archaeology, fine arts, biomedicine and law. A student is also applying to study in the United States after a gap year.
Those who don’t go to college pursue exciting careers such as the RAF, the Police Apprenticeship Scheme, local employment at ALS Chatteris and engineering apprenticeships at Stainless Metalcraft.
Jane Horn, Principal said: “All of us here at Cromwell Community College are so proud of our students for the incredible commitment, enthusiasm and dedication they have shown over the past few years. We wish them all the best for their future, whatever path they choose to follow.
“The fantastic set of results is a testament to the excellent teaching staff, who go above and beyond for our students day in and day out. Their effort, work ethic, sense of humor and attitude were inspiring.
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