LUDLOW College is celebrating ‘A’ level results that it claims puts it amongst the best performing in the country.

Students at Ludlow College have achieved a high pass rate in their A Level results this year.

Staff and parents gathered with many students who were celebrating successful results and securing their chosen places at numerous universities across the country.

The College is delighted to announce a 98.5 per cent A Level pass rate in all subjects.

Carl Morris, Head of Ludlow College said the results put the college amongst the best performing in the country,

“We are thrilled that our students are celebrating such outstanding successes in their A Level results this year,” said Mr Morris.

“When our pass rate is combined with our outstanding retention rate, this is likely to place us in the top ten of colleges nationally for achievement at A Level.

This continues to reflect the exceptional work of both our students and staff. We have had a lot to celebrate over the past year with over 40% of students succeeding in gaining places at elite Russell Group universities. I am looking forward to seeing how this year’s student’s progress in their chosen futures.”

Amongst some of the highest grades was Daisy Hyatt-Evans results who having achieved an A in Biology, A in Psychology, A in Sociology, and an A* in the Extended Project qualification, is now progressing to Aberystwyth University to study Microbiology.

Daisy commented, “Being a mature student, I really felt like was my last shot at getting my A Levels, but I am pleased to say that I will be going to Aberystwyth University to study Microbiology.

“I have really enjoyed studying at Ludlow College, there is a great sense of community and I think that is largely down to the size of the College. I love that it is smaller than other, bigger colleges; you end up getting to know your tutors more and creating a better relationship with them.”

Ludlow College says that it offers all students the opportunity to reach their full potential and has a comprehensive set of systems in place which are designed to guide and support each individual, happily and successfully, on every part of their journey. Students are leaving as well-rounded individuals possessing not just academic flair but intellectual curiosity and a desire to learn.

Sophie Robinson who is progressing to Liverpool University to study Veterinary Medicine achieved an A in Maths, an A in Chemistry and an A in Biology, emphasised how the supportive atmosphere helped her to get her excellent grades after switching from another sixth form college, “I think this College has been brilliant,” she said.

“All the staff really care and because of the smaller class sizes, you get much more one to one time.

“They make time for you going out of their way to provide support”