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Many students have been visiting the College this Summer to collect their results and share their plans for university and job openings with staff and classmates.
A Levels subjects celebrating a 100% pass rate this year include photography, business, economics, English language and literature, film studies, geography, history, media, physics, and politics.
The College’s new T Levels also saw a 100% pass rate across its full range of subjects, with students from digital, and early years and education courses now preparing for their next steps.
For GCSEs, 98% of all learners sitting an exam passed. Many learners will have been retaking these exams following their results from schools which makes the results all the more meaninful.
Principal CEO Virginia Barrett, said:
“Students should be proud of their great achievements, especially as for many this will have been their first formal exams due to Covid-19 disrupting their GCSEs. For this reason, I am especially proud of them. We are confident that these results will help them to excel in their next steps and wish them the best of luck with their plans.”
Students were invited to the college campus to collect certificates and share their experiences with teachers and classmates. Applied Science student Katerina (pictured above) was overcome with joy as she discovered she had achieved D* D D. She is hoping to study either medicine or nursing at university.
“I can’t say enough about the teachers,’ Katerina told us, ‘they’ve been fantastic.’
Fellow classmate Jess celebrated grades of D D M and is going to study Biomedical Science at the University of Portsmouth this September.
Public services student Natasha is now going to study Policing and Investigation at the University of Derby. She told us: “you get to go on day and night trips which I think was a really great experience. The teachers were so friendly and helped with the course if you were struggling which was really helpful.”
This year also marked the first of our T Level students receiving their results, with student Fyzah receiving a Merit and Harmony a Distinction in T Level Assisting teaching.
Jade was incredibly happy with her D M M grades in Applied Science.
She told us she “loved the atmosphere and environment of the college. I’ve just loved my time here.”
Charity and Chotikarn were delighted with their GCSE results, and also shared the fact they both studied while pregnant and are both expecting this autumn! Charity is looking to study Mental Health Nursing in Winchester, while Chotikarn is thinking about her plans for the new year.
School Leavers are reminded that there is still time to apply to study at Farnborough College of Technology this September. More information can be found at www.farn-ct.ac.uk.
For students at Farnborough and beyond receiving their results, degree places are still available at University Centre Farnborough via Clearing or online. Visit www.farnboroughdegrees.com for more information.