Reigate College celebrates outstanding A Level and BTEC results.
Principal Nick Clark congratulated students “we’re so proud of all our students and delighted with results that reflect their hard work and commitment”.
A record number of students gain places for Medicine through the College’s MVD Programme. One of the seven is Joseph Parratt, who gained two A*s and two A grades and will be going to Brighton to study Medicine. “I’m so pleased with my results” he says, “I can’t fault the way the College has helped me prepare for Medical School”.
Maddie Bristow gained 3 A grades and is taking up a place at East Anglia, whilst Poppy Wardley is going to Newcastle.
“I didn’t believe my results at first” says a delighted Maddie, “I’m so pleased to have got what I needed to study Medicine. I’m so grateful to the College MVD Society for helping arrange my work experience placements and preparing me for my interviews”.
Other successes included Jonathan Neary who gained three A*s and is going to Cambridge University to study History. Jonathan praised the quality of teaching and support from staff at the College. Sophie Swain, who got two A*s and an A, was selected from thousands of applicants to join Ernst & Young’s prestigious apprenticeship programme. “it was a nervous wait for the results” she says.
It was another fantastic year for the College’s BTEC results, with a record-breaking number of students achieving Distinction *, the highest award.
Aleeza Khan who studied BTECs in Law, Graphics and Business gained three Distinction *s and is taking up a place at Surrey University to study Law. “I’m so happy with my results; BTECs were a great choice for me”. Oliver Walker who took BTEC Applied Science alongside A Level Philosophy, is heading to De Montford to study Biomedical Science having gained two Distinction *s. “The College really supported me” he says.
“Whatever GCSE results students arrive with, ” says Principal Nick Clark, “Reigate provides an environment in which all can excel. The College provides an ideal stepping stone between school and university or work, helping equip students with the skills and independence that sets them up for life.”