Outstanding Vocational results at All Saints College
The average grade across vocational qualifications is a Distinction, broadly equivalent to an A at A Level.
57% of grades awarded were at Distinction* level, with 83% of grades at Distinction and above.
The value added figure of 0.96 represents outstanding progress compared to national average (i.e. students have, on average, achieved almost one grade better than their peers nationally).
The value added score has improved by 1.19, demonstrating that students have made more than an extra grade progress compared to the previous year.
Qualifications achieving 100% Distinction* grades were Business Studies Double Award, ICT Double Award and BTEC Law.
The PE dream team and best friends Kyran and George sprint to the finish. It’s a tie with both achieving distinction stars in Business, Double Distinctions in Digital Media and Distinction stars in Sports Science with exactly the same grades as each other.
George (right) is off to EDF Energy as a Jeopardy manager with our finances safe in the hands of Kyran (left) who starts his apprenticeship on Monday with Barclays bank as a mortgage broker.
Thanks to Miss Judson (centre) for being part of the team at All Saints who have made this unique year possible and a real success for students.
A truly outstanding achievement for Abdelmoneim (left), arriving into the UK late into year 12 and into All Saints in year 13. He smashed his PB and has realised his lifetime dream to go to university to study Computer Science. He has achieved just that gaining his place at LJMU with a Double Distinction star in ICT plus a Merit in Business Studies.
“I never thought this would be possible in such a short space of time in this country. I am going to university. All Saints has changed my life, thank you”
Salum (right middle) has overcome many challenges in his life to achieve his Distinction in Health and Social Care and a Double Distinction star in Science is now, against the odds, off to LJMU to study Biology.
Headteacher Dave Lancaster said “All Saints Sixth Form College is very proud of Year 13 student’s, who now move onto the next, exciting, stage of their lives. We wish them every success and will miss them!
They have achieved exam results which clearly demonstrate that All Saints is growing from strength to strength. Our students have blessed us with their spirit and character and they have been lucky to have such a committed, hardworking and caring staff.”
The golden couple Paddy and Diana studied and achieved beyond their targets. Diana gained a Double Distinction * in Business and a Distinction * in ICT. Paddy gained a Distinction star in Business, a grade B in A level Sociology and a grade C in A level English. They are both taking a gap year and then heading to Edge Hill University to study Business Management with Accountancy and Finance.
Overall success of All Saints. 98% of students have agained entry into their first choice at University
These results represent the first set of results for All Saints, combining students from both academies. We are delighted that the results demonstrate that this transition year has been successful.
Vocational outcomes represent the best set of results ever achieved by either ASN or ASFA and demonstrate the quality of provision students are receiving every day.
In addition, there are some outstanding individual sets of results, with a higher number of students achieving four Distinction star grades.
We witnessed this morning, just how delighted students were with their results as students have spoken so positively about their experience at All Saints.
Whilst we continue to focus on raising standards, these are a pleasing set of results which represent the progress made since the formation of the collaborative sixth form provision.
“I totally smashed it out of the park” Its 3 Distincion stars for Georgia (left) in ICT and Creative Media and a secure place studying Advertising at Edge Hill University.
It’s 2 Distinction stars plus a Distinction in ICT and Creative Media for Liam securing his place at Canterbury University to study policing.
ALL SAINTS SIXTH FORMERS REACH FOR THE STARS
Two communities came together; the outcome, one great set of results and one great family moving into higher education and higher level apprenticeships with pride and the qualifications they need.
Gracilla (right) achieved her Distinction in Art and a Distinction star in Business to set her in a perfect position to take up her dream place studying Multi Media and Fashion Journalism at Salford University.
“I have done it, I’m going to be a Fashion Journalist. Bringing together ASFA and St Nicholas is the best thing that has happened to me” All Saints has made my dreams come true, thank you.” Gracilla
Christevie (right middle) achieved his Double Distinction * in ICT moving on to Liverpool JM University to follow his dream to be an ICT Consultant.
Arlyse (middle) achieved a Double Merit in Digital Media and a Distinction in Health is off to Hope University to study Health and Social Care.
Norma (left middle) who puts the P in personality achieved his Distinction star in Business and a Distinction Merit in Science and a Merit in Music begins his bright future at Atkins Industrial as an Apprentice Engineer. Norma really embodies the spaecial partnership in the Multi Academy Trust as he still communtes regularly back to ASFA to take part in music events and celebrations.
Mariella (left) completing her year 12 achieved her Business qualification and is now ready to carry the torch of success through to year 13.
Assistant Head of All Saints College, Jacqui Lawson joins her proud students a today and this smile did not leave her face celebrating here with 4 x Distinction star student Amy in Digital Media, ICT, Sport and Computer Science setting her up for her dream vocation at hope university to study Computer Science. Mrs Lawson said “98% have achieved their first choice entry to University. This is a dream come true and testament to the hard work here bringing two schools and many different courses together to achieve such outstanding outcomes for students. Today is a truly special day and one I will never forget. Its been hard work but worth it”
It’s 4 Distinction stars for Karolina in Double Business, Hospitality and Law off to LJMU to Study Law with Business.
Miss Hafez, part of the dream team, congratulates and wishes her the brightest future.
High achiever Asmina, was delighted to secure a grade B in A level Art, a grade A in Childcare and Double Distinction* in Creative Media. She is now off to College to study an Art Foundation course.
Brother and sister duo, George and Josie both produced outstanding results.
George (right) is off to EDF Energy as a Jeopardy manager. Younger sister Josie (left) is on target to achieve a Distinction star in Business and will carry on the family standard of excellence as she remains here at All Saints next year in year 13.
Irena shows that the transition into All saints College form ASFA has made it all worth while as she achieves her personal best of 3 grades at A*-B in Double Business, English and Sociology. She’s off to begin a Degree Apprenticeship with Addleshaw Goddard law firm in Manchester.
It’s Distinction star -Distinction in Health and Distinction * in law for Fiza now off to Hull University to study Law with Criminology.
Crying and overcome with delight upon receipt of her results she said
“I could not have done this without you at All Saints who have been by my side every step of the way since joining in year 13”
WHY ALL SAINTS SIXTH FORM COLLEGE?
There were many more success sories thoughought the day and All Saints has proved that it will leave no stone un turned to ensure that every students recieves the best teaching and support guided onto the right course for them to esnsure they progress into the next stage of their lives.
If you would like to look around and visit for yourself please contact Head of Sixth form Mrs Jaqui Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org or dowload an application form form our website.