Staff and students at OSFC are celebrating superb A level results today. There were impressive increases on the strong results in recent years, with an A level pass rate of 99% and a 2% improvement in high grades. Similarly at AS level, both the pass rate and the high grades rates are up on previous years, which is particularly pleasing in the context of volatility and reform in several subjects. This had created uncertainty nationally and predictions of declining outcomes.
What a fantastic day we had on Tuesday! Thank you to all our new students who came along to make the day a huge success. We hope that everyone who took part left feeling excited and better prepared for the start of term in September.
If you didn’t manage to attend, don’t worry. Here’s a summary of the day and links to some further support and advice to help with your successful journey at OSFC.
On a sunny day at the prestigious St George’s Park whilst the England U21s were training, they represented OSFC at the national college football tournament having impressed at tournaments held at OSFC. Colleges from around the country took part in the tournament held on the 4G pitch named after David Beckham.
On Friday 13 May, more than 300 staff and students at OSFC were treated to an exciting EU debate featuring special guest speakers, Edwina Currie and Graham Stringer, MP. The one hour event, which took place in our Learning Resource Centre, The Know, was a fantastic opportunity for our students and staff to learn more, from those with government experience, about the possible impact on the UK of our historic referendum on EU membership.