In our first year as an A level centre our overall pass rate was 76%. This was higher than Coleg Y Cymoedd’s 74% in their first year of operation as an A level college.
It is difficult to compare ourselves directly with St John The Baptist until we have our first set of A2 results. However, it is worth noting the following extract from their 2014 Estyn report. For a full copy of the report, please click here
"Performance in the sixth form declined in the two years to 2013. In 2013, most pupils achieved the level 3 threshold but performance was lower than the average for the family and nationally. Whilst the performance of boys was comparable to that of boys in its family, locally and nationally the girls did less well than girls in the family, locally or nationally. The average points scored has also fallen and in 2013 was below the average for the family. Both boys and girls did less well than those in the family, locally and nationally. However, provisional data for 2014 suggests that performance improved"
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