Liverpool Life Sciences UTC celebrates another year of top achievements following fantastic GCSE results for the second year running.
Students, including Jon Mcloughlin, Anastasia Walker, Rhiannon Disley and Jodie Whorton achieved a full house of A* and A grades as well as many more achieving 8 or more A grades including Marella Prout, Kate Parry and Rakesh Singh.
Students performed consistently well with 64% of students gaining five or more A*-C grades including English and Maths.
Most students have opted to continue their studies at the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC sixth form, with many choosing science and healthcare related subjects. Anastasia Walker and Rhiannon Disley have achieved the grades they need to progress towards a career in Medicine and Jodie Whorton is delighted to be able to continue working towards her dream of becoming a vet.
Jon Mcloughlin has secured a scholarship to attend Atlantic College in the South West to study A Levels at the prestigious independent college.
Ian Parry, new Principal of the UTC said “I am extremely proud of another year of amazing results. It is a fantastic reflection of the amazing commitment we have from all our students and staff here”.
“The experience student’s gain at the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC not only develops their skills and learning, but enables them to set their sights on their overall destination early on. It is refreshing to see so many young students knowing clearly what they want to do at this stage and allows staff to support and guide them throughout that journey”.