Record-breaking exam results at The Cheadle College and Marple Sixth Form College

Chris Leckey, aged 18 today, being held by Rob Baugh, Beatrice Mather-Cosgrove and Becky Day.
Chris Leckey, aged 18 today, being held by Rob Baugh, Beatrice Mather-Cosgrove and Becky Day.

Students at The Cheadle College and Marple Sixth Form College have celebrated another year of excellent results, continuing the upward trend of success and achievement.

Fifty-three students achieved either D*D*D* on vocational courses or three or more A-levels at A* or A.

A-level achievement as a whole was recorded at 98 per cent, with 39 subjects across both colleges recording 100 per cent pass rates.

BTEC vocational courses also reported 100 per cent achievement, and 38 vocational learners secured a triple Distinction*.

Jenny Singleton, Principal and Chief Executive, said: “I am absolutely delighted with the college’s A-level and vocational results.

“With 53 students achieving either a triple Distinction* or three or more A-levels at A* or A, our students will now progress to some of the country’s top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

“For those not wishing to attend university, I am delighted that so many of our students have secured excellent employment or apprenticeship opportunities.

“I would like to pass on my congratulations to all our students and their families and wish them well for the future.

“I would also like to thank our dedicated staff for their commitment to and support of our students.”