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TTC EXAMINATION ACHIEVEMENTS 2018

Excellent success for students at TTC.

Top performers at GCSE

Congratulations to:

Millicent Lord 9 in maths, English, biology, physics, REP, art and systems. A* in ICT. 7 in chemistry, history and maths.

Pascale Brailsford 9 in maths, English, biology, physics, history. A* in ICT and textiles. 8 in chemistry and French.

Ben Moore 9 in maths, English, chemistry, biology and physics. A* in systems. A in ICT and 7 in history and REP.

Alfie Chenery 9 in maths, physics, computing. A* in systems and ICT.

Erin Prince 9 in maths. 8 in biology, chemistry, physics and art. A in ICT

Josh Rackham 9 in maths and physics. 8 in biology, chemistry and drama. A* in ICT.

Mark Tian 9 in science, 8 in maths, geography and REP. A in ICT.

Beth Elliot 8 in biology, physics, chemistry and maths. A* in ICT. A in systems.

Additional students that achieved grade 9s in Maths:

Grace Woods

Additional students that achieved grade 9s in English Language:

Jessica Lin, Rosmi Xavier and Jess Whybrow.

Additional students that achieved grade 9s in English literature and Language:

Cerys Woodwards.

Additional students that achieved grade 9s in double/combined science:

Lachlan Carpenter.

Well done to students that made outstanding progress from their starting points:

Jack McKenna, Lucy Friel, Josh Seward and Fanping Liu.

Statement from College Principal, Michael Muldoon

Well done to TTC students, who today are celebrating their fantastic examination achievements. There has been success across the board! It was a privilege to share in the buzz of excitement and anticipation as our students opened their envelopes this morning to reveal their well deserved qualifications. Qualifications that will enable them to pursue their next steps; whether this is to study at our excellent Sixth form, to start an apprenticeship or to go into the world of work.

Well done to Millicent Lord who achieved outstanding results in her subjects she stated: “ I am really happy and surprised.”

Josh Rackham who said “I’m just very happy. I think my mum will cry.”

Mark Tian was over the moon with his results commenting:– “I’m really pleased, especially with the grade 9s in science.”

Beth Elliot was delighted, she said “It wasn’t what I expected, I am so happy with my results.”

Jack McKenna who achieved several grade 8s said “Very pleased. Hard work definitely pays off.”

Another student who was delighted with their grade 9 in combined science was Lachlan Carpenter he said “I am so pleased with my grade.”

It is important to acknowledge the effort and commitment of those who work ‘behind the scenes’. The teachers, support staff and parents who have such a significant impact, inspiring and supporting our students every step of the way. Well done to all!

The 2018 summer exam season saw students sitting the new Grade 9-1 GCSEs in all subjects except technology. The new 9-1 numerical grades do not map across in a simple way to the A*-G grades. This dramatic break from what has gone before means that comparison of this year’s GCSE scores with previous years is meaningless. The headline figures incorporating maths and English grades that schools have quoted in the past consequently cannot be used again.

The 9-1 grades that students have achieved in maths and English and now most other subjects will be used by the Department of Education to calculate Attainment 8 and Progress 8 figures for all schools. These will be available at some point in the autumn term.

TTC GCSE Results Day 2018

PRESS RELEASE FROM TENDRING TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE

16 August 2018

Outstanding A Level and BTEC success at Tendring Technology College.

  • OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS AT ADVANCED LEVEL AND BTEC
  • EXCELLENT VALUE-ADDED SCORES IN BOTH ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL COURSES
  • JACK HARVEY AND ZAK SLATER ACHIEVE TOP GRADES IN MATHS AND PHYSICS
  • CONTINUED HIGH NUMBER OF UNIVERSITY APPLICATIONS
  • CONTINUED HIGH UPTAKE OF RUSSELL GROUP UNIVERSITIES
  • 30% OF STUDENTS RECEIVE UNCONDITIONAL OFFERS

Well done to Jack Harvey and Zak Slater for achieving outstanding results in their A Levels. Jack secured the top grade of an A* in both physics and maths, as well as an A in further maths. Zak secured the top grade of an A* in maths, as well as achieving A grades in chemistry and physics. Jack will be attending the University of Southampton to study mechanical engineering and Zak will be attending the University of Birmingham to study physics.

Jack commented “Mr Venables changed my life. TTC is excellent, I never felt the need to look anywhere else”.

Zac commented “I would like to thank all my subject teachers, TTC offered me exactly what I needed - success”.

Violet Gribbin, Oliver Finger and George Beer also achieved outstanding grades in their A Levels; achieving A grades in all of their subjects. Violet will be attending University College London to study chemistry, Oliver will be attending the University of Essex to study finance and George will be attending the University of Lincoln to study architecture.

George and Violet commented “I would like to thank Mrs Alexander and Mrs Riseborough for their time, effort and support – they were phenomenal” George went on to state that “the technology department were so impressive that he was glad that he turned down offers to study elsewhere”.

Tommy Wainwright achieve AAB and commented “I’m overwhelmed by the help and support that I have received and especially the opportunities that are now open to me – thank you TTC”.

Viktoria Robinson achieved A*AB and commented “having transferred to TTC it felt more like a community and everyone was supporting each other. I was right, I have been fully supported and can’t believe what I have achieved”.

Jake Patmore, who successfully completed the Access Course at TTC in 2016, achieved a double Distinction and commented “the Access Course helped me to become more social and prepared me well for advanced level courses. Mr Wicks and Mrs Leonardi have been extremely helpful. I now feel confident about my future”.

Kirby Bastian’s hard work and determination has seen her achieve the top grade of a Distinction* in BTEC IT, as well as achieving a Distinction in BTEC business and an A grade in A Level art. Kirby is currently pursuing employment within the local community.

The top performers for Advanced Level and BTEC courses in Year 13:

Jack Harvey A*A*AB, Zak Slater A*AAB; Kirby Bastian Distinction* Distinction A; Violet Gribbin AAA; Oliver Finger AAA; George Beer AAA; Emilia Kent AAAB; Viktoria Robinson A*AB; Tommy Wainwright AAB

Michael Muldoon, Principal, commented

Once again, we are celebrating the performance of our students at both A Level and BTEC. We have very high levels of achievement at every level of ability, and in every subject we offer, both vocational and academic. It is fantastic to see our young people reaping the rewards of the hard work, effort and dedication they have demonstrated towards their studies. They have earned the results that will take them onto higher education or a wide range of employment possibilities. Subjects where over 50% of students achieved a B grade or better include:

Further Maths, Photography, Drama, Textiles, Chemistry & English Literature.

Yet again our BTEC students have achieved outstanding results; 90% of awards were at merit or distinction level.

To achieve at this level requires ability and determination. These results are also indicative of the outstanding teaching that takes place every day within our Sixth Form, I am very proud of TTC staff, and we as a College are all very proud of what our students have achieved today. They leave us as confident, responsible and talented young people with the qualifications needed to achieve their future hopes and aspirations.

Sixth Form Posters 2018

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