CWA Students Celebrate Exam Success
On Thursday 18th August, students at the College of West Anglia (CWA) celebrated receiving their A-level & T-Level results, alongside friends, family and staff.
This year, 65% of A-level students achieved grades A*-C, with an overall pass rate of 98% (grades A*-E). This is the 5th Year CWA have achieved an overall pass rate above 97%.
In the 1st set of exam results for the Childcare Year 1 T-level students, out of the group of 9 they acheived 6 As and 3Bs, the 2nd year of the T-level these students will use the theory they have so obviously learnt so well in their work placements that operate more like an apprenticeship style, hence T-levels being a combination of the academic riggor of A-levels and the work experience opportiunities of an apprenticeship or BTEC qualification.
CWA Principal, David Pomfret, said:
“I am pleased with the strong exam results we have achieved this year. To achieve an A-level pass rate of 98% is testament to the hard-work, dedication, and commitment of both our students and teaching staff. In addition, 65% of all grades awarded were at grade C or above. The 1st year Childcare T-level results are incredible and again only possible because of the hardwork and dedication of staff & students. We couldn’t be prouder of all that our students have achieved during their Covid disrupted time with us, and we wish them every success in their future endeavours, whether that be further study or employment.”
Merry Clift achieved 2 A* and one A grade in their A-levels in English, Sociology and Geography.
Childcare T-level students achived 6 As and 3 Bs between them.