Students from schools across Bracknell Forest are celebrating personal success as the borough’s grades at Key Stage 5 surpass the national average once again.
The overall A Level pass rate in Bracknell Forest Council's schools was a noteworthy 98.01 per cent compared to the national average pass rate reported as 97.5 per cent. 75.83 per cent of all entries were at an impressive A*-C.
Nikki Edwards, Executive Director of People, said:
“Congratulations to our young people who have been rewarded for all their efforts and hard work. I would like to thank all the teachers and school staff who work with us to raise standards and support our students to achieve these fantastic results. The pass rate again remains above the figure achieved nationally which is a fantastic achievement.”
Cllr Gareth Barnard, Executive Member for Children, Young People and Learning, said:
“It is great news that our A Level and Level 3 students are achieving so well as we continue to work with schools to understand the needs of our students and help them towards their career aspirations, whether university, apprenticeships or work. We are delighted with these amazing young people, who have done tremendously well this year. We are so proud of them at all ability levels. I wish all this year’s students every success for the future."
If you would like to find out more, please contact Communications.Marketing@Bracknell-Forest.gov.uk