Aylesbury College is celebrating after its students achieved 64% A* to C grades in their A-levels.
The college achieved an overall 99% pass rate and Karen Mitchell, who will become principal in September, said: ‘I’m absolutely delighted with our students’ achievements. These results really are testament to the hard work of both students and staff, who definitely have something to celebrate today.
“Many of our students will be moving on now that they have completed their A-levels and we wish them good luck in their future work and studies. We hope that their time at the college will stand them in good stead for their future careers.”
The results follow the college’s recent ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted, and will be the last overseen by the retiring Principal, Pauline Odulinski, who was awarded an OBE for services to further education in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.’
Improving A-level results was commended in the latest Ofsted report which said that: “The pass rate for A Level students has improved significantly and is now good.”