College of West Anglia A-level results revealed

College of West Anglia principal David Pomfret.

College of West Anglia principal David Pomfret. - Credit: Archant

Two thirds of A-levels at the College of West Anglia (67 per cent) were graded A* to C.

This represents a 14 per cent drop from last year (81.3 per cent) but is marginally better than 2013 (66.5 per cent). Ninety-nine per cent of A-levels were graded A*-E.

Principal David Pomfret said: “I would like to congratulate our students on their success. The results are the culmination of their hard work and determination and the support of our dedicated staff.

“I am particularly pleased about the number of subjects with 100 per cent achievement at grades A*-C, including further maths, physics, art and design, photography, history and film studies.

“Today’s results also mean that many of our students will be accepted into their first choice university or college.”


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