Long Road students have yet again achieved an excellent set of A level and Diploma results.
With a 97.1% A*-E pass rate for A levels (67.5% A*-C), 100% pass rate for the 18-unit National Diploma (equivalent to three A levels) and 95.9% pass rate for the 12-unit (equivalent to two A levels), both students and staff had plenty to smile about.
Acting Principal Mike Bryant says:
“We are delighted with the high standards our A Level and National Diploma students have achieved this year, and I’d like to congratulate them on all of their hard work in their time at the College and express thanks to all of our staff who supported them. Yet again our students have excelled themselves and shown how the College’s emphasis on commitment, motivation and organisational skills leads to achievement. We wish them every continued success in their further studies and careers.”
Katherine Lang (left) achieved Grade A* in History and Grades A in Geography and Sociology. Sophie Shelley (second left), who is going to the London School of Economics to study Maths, achieved A* in Maths, Further Maths and History, and A in Psychology. Joe Maltas (second right), who is going to study Biology at the University of Liverpool, gained a Distinction in the 12-unit Sport National Diploma, A* in Biology A level, and A* in the Extended Project. Jerome Moody (right) achieved a Grade A* in Biology and A grades in Chemistry and Economics, and Grade A in the Extended Project.
Williette Kissi (photographed with her proud mother) achieved Grade A in both Biology and English Language and Literature and Grade B in Chemistry.
Williette is going to Bath University to study Pharmacy.
Stuart Keppie achieved Grade A* for Biology and Grade A for Maths (Mechanics) and Physics to add to the Grade A he achieved for AS Computing. Stuart is going to study Biology at UEA.
From left to right standing: Matthew Charter, Ben Toye, James Stoye, Scott Perry, Alex Armitstead. Front row: Nick Beattie and Callum Walker
Charlotte Doyle, who will be following in the footsteps of many successful Long Road students when she goes to NUCA (Norwich University College of the Arts) to study Photography. Charlotte achieved Grade A in Photography, B in Art (Digital and Mixed Media) and C in Media Studies.
Full examination results will be posted on this website in September. There will be more information about our students, their results and their plans for the future in the autumn College newsletter.