Outstanding A Level Results!

August 18, 2016 8:30 am

Following on from the outstanding Engineering and Applied Science BTEC results achieved this summer, Lincoln UTC students have achieved outstanding A Level examination results.

This summer Year 13 students at Lincoln UTC studied A Level qualifications in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Computer Science and English Literature. 100% of students passed these challenging A Level qualifications, with 30% of entries achieving the highest A*-A grades and 58% securing A*-B grades. 93% of students applying to University have secured their first choice universities.

Amongst the impressive results, Sam Newton-Pearson achieved three A* grades in Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics and will read Physics at The University of Nottingham. Ewan Murray achieved A* in Mathematics and Further Mathematics and a C grade in Physics. Charlotte Jones achieved A grades in Mathematics and Physics and a B grade in Chemistry, securing a place to read Economics at The University of Sheffield. George Barber achieved a B grade in A Level Physics to accompany his outstanding Engineering grades of D*D*D* and is heading to The University of Birmingham to read Engineering and Physical Science.

The UTC has demonstrated its excellence in Mathematics, with 82% of A Level Mathematics students and 60% of A Level Further Mathematics students achieving the highest A*-B grades. In A Level Chemistry 100% of students achieved A*-B. On the Extended Project Qualification, a challenging research-based course, 71% of students achieved A*-A grades.

Dr. Rona Mackenzie, Principal, said, “Our students and staff have worked exceptionally hard over the first two years that the UTC has been open. This outstanding set of results is a rich reward, showing that all our hard work has paid off. Our students have secured exceptional opportunities at University and in Apprenticeships and I could not be more proud of their achievements.”

Paul Birt, Chair of the Board of Directors, said, “I am very proud and delighted for all our students who have done so well, and for the Principal and staff who have worked so hard in creating the right environment for success. The engaging and inclusive culture at the UTC is essential and really does give our students the very best career opportunities for the future.”

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