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The College is committed to providing the highest quality teaching and learning and support to ensure that your son or daughter achieves their maximum potential with us.

College outcomes and success rates  

The College Merthyr Tydfil continues to receive excellent outcomes year on year.

In the summer of 2023, 99% of A2 level learners at the college achieved grades A*-E while 76% earned A*-C grades.29% of learners achieved A*A grades.


Vocational learners  also perform exceptionally well in their academic studies, with a record number of top grades being awarded across the board year on year. 

Supporting transition from school to college

The College Merthyr Tydfil will represent a brand new experience for your son/daughter and we’re keen to ensure that we provide as much information, advice and guidance to support both you and them to make the right decision about the course(s) they wish to study at the college and ensure that their transition from school to college is as smooth as possible.

In addition to providing you with the opportunity to engage with our staff through open events,  college taster sessions and dedicated parent/carer information  sessions, college representatives will also be in attendance at school based parents and information evenings, ensuring you have the maximum opportunities to speak to us, gain all the information you need and ask as many questions as you like about the courses an opportunities on offer with us.

Working with you to support your son/ daughter’s progress at college

Like secondary schools, we welcome the involvement of parents/carers and will work with you to ensure that your son/ daughter achieves their maximum potential. The reason for this is that we know that the students who perform best are those who do three things:

  • Work hard
  • Are supported and taught by high quality and committed teachers
  • Are supported and encouraged by parents

Therefore, we will ensure that you:

  • Play a full role in the partnership between your son/ daughter and the college
  • Have an opportunity to come in at the beginning of term to meet your son’s/daughter’s tutors
  • Are informed straight away about any instances of non- attendance
  • Receive comprehensive, accurate and timely information from the college throughout the duration of their chosen course of study, including college newsletters
  • Receive progress reports on your son/daughter twice yearly
  • Attend a parents/carers evening twice yearly to discuss your son/daughter’s performance

If you are worried or concerned about your son/daughter's transition into college or have any questions at all about the courses, support and opportunities on offer or college success rates and outcomes, please contact our Admissions Team on:

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