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25th August 2023

Results Day: Congratulations to the ‘Class of 2023’

The City of Liverpool College extends huge congratulations to the ‘Class of 2023’ for their Level 2, 3 and 4 results!

Here at The City of Liverpool College, we understand just how important results are to both young learners and their parents. We couldn’t be prouder of our students – they’ve shown incredible determination, drive and ambition and we can’t wait to see what they achieve next.

 

 

Securing three or more substantial qualifications isn’t just a piece of paper; it can be a key that unlocks the door to a learner’s next big adventure. As a leading national further education provider for over 12,000 students across the Liverpool City Region and beyond, we offer one of the most diverse and comprehensive academic and vocational curriculums around.

Our mission? Simple yet impactful: we’re all about delivering top-notch skills and education, as well as supporting every student who comes through our doors to achieve. Our aim is to fuel growth and provide opportunities not only for individuals but also for businesses across the Liverpool City Region.

 

 

Level 3 & A Level

  • 100% pass rate for Biology, Chemistry, English Language, Geography, History, Politics and Sociology
  • 99% pass rate for Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma entries
  • 60% of Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma entries achieved grades of DMM or above (equivalent to A* – B at A Level)
  • 98% pass rate for Level 3 UAL entries, with 58% achieving high grades of Distinction/Merit
  • 91% pass rate across all other Level 3 vocational entries
  • 100% pass rate for Year 1 T Level learners, who have progressed onto their second and final year with us

 

 

Level 2 & GCSE

  • 100% pass rates across UAL Level 2 Certificates and Diplomas
  • 56% of students studying GCSE Combined Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics received Grade 4 and above
  • 59% of UAL Certificate and Diploma Entries with high grades of Distinction / Merit
  • 96% pass rate for ESOL students, who studied their functional skills Maths with the college, transitioning into GCSE level with remarkable success.

 

 

19-year-old Sleiman Darwish, who is originally from Syria, and is also one of the College’s student governors, couldn’t stop smiling after securing top marks for his IT qualification.

Speaking with the Liverpool Echo, he said the grade came as a surprise as the exams were “really tough”. He is now planning for university.

“I’m really happy, really excited. I got more than what I expected. I was going for a Distinction in my Level 3 NVQ IT qualification, but today I’m really happy to get the highest grade possible – Distinction Star.”

 

 

Dinna Daniel, 18, wants to be a horror film director after landing a distinction in her Level 2 Media Studies.

“I was scared when I was getting them but when I saw it couldn’t believe it! It’s been a difficult time to study but I’m going on to study my Level 3.”

 

 

Rab Martin, 18, collected her marks for GCSEs. Rab was sitting formal exams for the first time, having previously been home-schooled.

She said: “It’s been a pretty difficult year and I was really anxious this morning, but it was a huge relief when I saw my results. I’ve had to adapt, and I’ve done all I can, I’m really pleased!”

 

 

Nathan Rigby, a 20 year-old from West Derby also spoke to the Liverpool Echo. He was delighted with his grades, securing top marks in his Level 3 IT Diploma. which will enable him to complete a supported internship at Broadgreen Hospital.

Nathan said: “It gives people with special complex needs like me the chance to build up work skills naturally and get into what we want to do, and how that career field works in general.

“I will have someone that will monitor me and support me as I do this internship. We can then take these skills into a real work environment in the future. I feel like, if I went into a career field without those workers, I’d really struggle.”

 

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