Students at Southwark College are celebrating their GCSE results today, having been awarded top grades in their subjects.
Completing their studies on campus and online, many students at Southwark College achieved the highest grades possible today, opening up opportunities for them to progress to higher level vocational, technical or academic study.
Annette Cast, Principal at Southwark College, said: “We are extremely proud of our GCSE students on their results today. Their hard work, focus and resilience during these unprecedented times is an inspiration to all of us.
“Their results are a testament to their motivation and adaptability during what has been an incredibly challenging year, and I’m delighted to see that so many have received the grades they need to take their next step. We are looking forward to welcoming them back in September and supporting them in their journey towards higher education, apprenticeships and employment.”
Southwark College offers GCSE qualifications in English, Mathematics and Science from their modern campus in the heart of London. Students who collected their results today are now able to move on to Level 3 courses that take place at the College, including A-Levels, BTECs, Apprenticeships and Access to HE programmes.
Having achieved a grade 7 in GCSE English, Denisa Stefania Buzatu has successfully gained the results she needs to enrol on a Level 3 Art and Design course at Southwark College this September. Denisa said: “I’m incredibly pleased with my results and can’t wait to start my new course. I have learnt so much about myself and increased my confidence, which has helped me to take the next step towards my career goals.”
Aydin Evlat also collected his English GCSE today, gaining a grade 8 so he can study Games Design. He said: “I’m really happy with my results and feel proud that I can finally say I have my GCSE in English. Studying at Southwark College has completely changed my mindset and attitude towards this subject, my teachers made the lessons interesting and engaging which motivated me to go the extra mile to achieve my goal.”
Edith achieved the GCSEs she needed to study languages at university, receiving grades 7 and 4 in English and Mathematics. She said: “My time at Southwark College has helped me grow as a person and has given me the qualifications I need to go to my first-choice university. My teachers motivated me to push myself and supported me with additional study so I could learn as much as possible and open up opportunities for myself in the future.”
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