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Weekly Edition - Published 29 August 2015


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It's a great time to enrol at King George V College

STUDENTS who want to take their dreams to the next level and reach the heights of their ambition are invited to enrol at King George V College (KGV). Following outstanding A-level results, the opening of a multi million pound creative arts building and recruitment of a range of new staff, Principal Adele Wills said there has never been a better time to study at KGV college, in Southport.  "This is the best time ever to come to KGV, We have a fresh focus on excellence. We have made dynamic changes across the college to ensure we're providing the best education for our students. We value our students and work with them to build their futures." said Principal Adele Wills.

Ms Wills said the college offered students:-

Staff committed to inspirational teaching and learning.

A £4 million new creative arts building with excellent learning resources.

Small class sizes and excellent pastoral care more extracurricular opportunities than ever, including overseas residentials and national competitions work placements for every student.

Excellent results; showing year on year improvement and fantastic progression opportunities to higher education
flexible study programmes.

The mark of any college's success is its students and this summer KGV's achieved outstanding A-Level results with a 99% pass rate. Grades A* to C were achieved by 80% of the college while more than 53% received the highest possible grades.

Ms Wills said results were strong across the college's 38 A-level subjects, with a significant number of subject areas achieving 100% high grades (grades A* to B).  The college also achieved a 100% pass rate for BTEC Advanced Level Extended Diplomas with 95% of these at distinction grade or above. The impressive grades attained this year have allowed nine students to fulfil their dream of studying medicine or dentistry, including Dan Howard, who will study at Cambridge University.  The college is hugely proud of the destinations of all its students and in the last three years has seen over 1,000 students successfully gain places at the university of their choice. Principal Adele Wills said:- "These outstanding results are recognition of the hard work students put into their studies. KGV staff were instrumental in supporting and inspiring students to get these result. They reflect the tremendous strides we have taken and clearly show the commitment we have to valuing our students and building their futures."


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