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Ted Wragg Trust celebrates Post 16 results

Students from across our schools celebrated impressive post-16 results this morning, with the majority of our students securing their first choice destinations and schools surpassing national averages of 79% (UCAS 2023). Students from our Sixth Forms at Honiton Community College, Lipson Cooperative Academy, Marine Academy Plymouth, Queen Elizabeth’s and Sidmouth College achieved strong results, with 40% of grades awarded at A*-B and almost 70% of grades awarded at grade C or above. Level 3 vocational results were also really strong with 18% of all grades awarded at Distinction* level against a national average of 11%. Many of our students are now going on to take up places at Universities across the country to continue their studies.

Individual school achievements include 95% of students at Lipson Cooperative Academy, and over 90% at Sidmouth College, achieving their first choice destinations; 24% students at Honiton Community College achieving Distinction* (far in excess of the national average of 11%); 18% of students from Marine Academy Secondary taking up places at Russell Group Universities (up from 2% last year); and 27% of students at Queen Elizabeth’s Crediton achieving an A*/A grade or Distinction*, with 44% going on to take up places at Russell Group Universities.

Moira Marder, Chief Executive Officer of the Ted Wragg Trust, said "We are so proud of every single one of our students and their amazing achievements. They have been wonderful ambassadors for our schools and we wish them well as they now take the next steps of their journey. Whether they are moving onto University, vocational courses or the world of work, we can't wait to hear about all of the amazing things they go on to achieve and look forward to watching them change the world.”

To find out more about our post 16 results from individual schools, click below.

Sidmouth College celebrate the success of this years A-Level and BTEC results


Queen Elizabeth’s School students achieve a wonderful set of results