Increases in A-Level High Grades and outstanding BTEC results at Blackburn College
Students and staff at Blackburn College were celebrating this morning as students collected their A-Level and BTEC Results with the numbers of Blackburn College students achieving high grades continuing to improve.
Blackburn College students achieved a 100% A-Level pass rate in science subjects including Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Physics and in other popular A-Level student choices including Accounting, Law and Psychology.
Meanwhile the College is celebrating that 41.4% of A-Levels are graded A* to B in a year when students have had to contend with periods of home and remote learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Blackburn College’s success means this year’s students are set to progress to top universities across the country including Lancaster University, The University of Manchester, and the University of Leeds as well as students choosing to study locally at the College’s own University Centre.
This year’s student cohort are progressing to a range of subject areas including: Civil Engineering, Maths and Physics, Pharmacy and more. Some students are also progressing to Degree Apprenticeships.
Dr Fazal Dad, Principal and Chief Executive of Blackburn College was delighted with the results and said:
“Students achieving 41% A*-B grades is great to see and is a sign of the hard work of our students and staff.”
“Blackburn College will enter 2021/22 celebrating a 100% A-Level pass rate in core subjects including Maths, Biology, Physics and Law.”
“These are outstanding results that pay testimony to the efforts everyone at Blackburn College makes, which of course includes our students, in order to achieve these results.”
“I would like to congratulate all the students on their hard work and dedication and wish them well in the future as they move onto their University choices, Apprenticeships and employment.”
In addition to the increases in high grades, particular subjects performed especially well in the latest A-Level Results at Blackburn College.
100% of students studying A-Level Fine Art gained an A-Level A* to C grade, meanwhile A-Level Further Maths enjoyed 100% of students achieving an A* to C grade and 100% of Computer Science students achieved an A* to C grade.
Places are still available on a range of courses at Blackburn College including A-Levels. Enrolment takes place from Thursday 12th August 2021 at Blackburn Sports and Leisure Centre at Blackburn College or online for students who have already applied to the College.
For students wishing to secure University places through Clearing places remaining available at Blackburn University Centre. Visit www.blackburn.ac.uk to browse University courses or phone 01254 292929.
10 Aug 2021, 23:29 PM