Island Innovation VI Form: ‘Another great year’ for students

The vast majority of students are going on to their first choice universities and starting the next exciting stage of their education.

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Debbie shares this latest news from Island Innovation VI Form. Ed


The Trustees, Governors and College leadership teams are delighted to announce it has been another great year for the students and staff of the Island Innovation VI Form, we are very proud of everyone’s achievements which have improved from last year.

The results reflect the hard work and dedication put in by staff and students. The VI Form continues to support students as they take full advantage of having a dedicated VI Form site that is an excellent stepping stone to life at University or higher level Apprenticeships.

Some excellent results
There have been some excellent results for individual students in their A Levels and BTEC studies with some students getting straight A grades or double distinctions.

The vast majority of students are going on to their first choice universities and starting the next exciting stage of their education.

Dave Mumford, Head of the VI Form Campus said he is delighted with some of the individual results that have been achieved.,

“We have over 130 students going on from the Island to follow a huge range of university courses including Medicine, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Law, Fashion, accessing the top Russell Group Universities across the country.

“Congratulations to all students on their achievements and I would like to thank parents and staff for all their support.”

Summary of results

  • 34 pupils achieved A* or A in one or more of their A Level subjects, 13 of which achieved AAB or better.
  • 17 pupils achieved at least one Distinction* or Distinction in their vocational courses.
  • Over 70 A* or A grades and 38 Distinction* or Distinction grades were awarded across the centre.
  • 66% of A Level grades achieved were A*C.
  • 88.3% of vocational grades achieved were Distinction* to Merit.

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Thursday, 16th August, 2018 1:57pm

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