A-level results success in
A-LEVEL results in Liverpool have
improved again, according to provisional figures.
Grades from all schools show the City has matched the national pass rate at
98.1%; while an additional 242 young people have secured the higher grades of A*
- C compared to 2014.
Of particular note is the success of ethnic minority and traveller students who
study after school as part of the Communities Languages project, with 63%
achieving A/A* grades.
Councillor Nick Small, Assistant Mayor and Cabinet member for Education,
Employment and Skills said:- "Our students put a great deal of passionate
commitment into their A level studies and congratulations to all of them on
It's great news for our City that more of our young people are able to go on to
university and in to advanced apprenticeships. Thanks also need to go to their
teachers and parents and carers for supporting and guiding them.
It is more important than ever to get decent grades in order to secure a decent
job, apprenticeship or place at university, and it is vital that every single
young person gets the help, guidance and support they need to achieve their full
potential. We are working hard with schools and employers to make sure our young
people have the right qualifications to take advantage of the opportunities that
exist in growing employment sectors here in Liverpool."