Seevic College A-Level students in top 10% nationally
Monday, 01 September 2014
Seevic College is among 'the top 10%' of schools and colleges in the country for progress achieved by its current A-Level students, according to new national figures released this week.
Data published by ALPS, the nationally recognised measure of the progress made students in more than 2,000 schools and colleges across the country, indicates the outstanding progress made by the College’s A-Level students in their summer AS (first year) exams.
The ALPS figures, released on Thursday 28 August, measure the progress made by all students by comparing their GCSE scores before joining the College to their end of year A-Level grades.
Principal Nick Spenceley said: “These outstanding figures reflect the significant impact of measures introduced by the College last September, including the introduction of a Learning Values Contract for students and parents, coupled with the hard work of students and staff.”
ALPS (Advanced Level Performance System) compares examination statistics for individuals across different subjects, comparing figures nationally to other schools and colleges. The system is recognised by both the Department for Education and Ofsted.
Seevic College offers the widest choice of A-Levels in South Essex in addition to Vocational Qualifications, Professional Qualifications, Apprenticeships and Higher Education.
The College has a limited number of spaces remaining on courses starting in September 2014. If you're interested in enrolling you can apply now here, ring 01268 756 111, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.