Sixth Form Exam Results – 100% Success Rate at Watford UTC!

Results ready for collection!

Results ready for collection!

Our first cohort of Year 13 students were celebrating their “next steps” as they collected their results following two years of hard work with us. We are pleased to report a 100% Pass rate across the board for students successfully completing A Levels and Vocational qualification programmes.


Initial analysis indicates that students following our specialisms of Computing and Travel & Tourism courses have attained higher level grades well above national averages including 90% of Travel & Tourism students attaining the highest Distinction grade (equivalent to A grade at A Level) and nearly 90% of students attaining at least an equivalent of C grade or above.


Over 40% of our students gained the equivalent to 3 x A-Grade A-Levels (over 360 UCAS points).


100% of our students who have applied for university courses have been successfully placed in a range of disciplines including all forms of Engineering, Computing, Event Management, Travel & Tourism, Commercial Pilot, Business and Architecture among others.

There are a plethora of individual success stories including:

  • Year 12 student Lewis O’Shaugnessy gaining A grades across the board in all Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Computing and Physics including full marks in 3 of the Maths module exams.
  • Andrew O’Rourke gained A*, A and B grades in Maths, Computing and Further Maths and will study Computing at Kings College, London
  • Nhyoumila Tuladhar – top grades in Maths, Physics, Electronics and Computing have secured her a place on an Engineering course at Loughborough.
  • Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction in IT/Computing for Tom Bean who will follow his dream to become a commercial airline pilot by studying for the Air Transport/Commercial Pilot degree.
  • Hannah Ferguson who gained Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction in Travel & Tourism and Business and is currently gaining work experience as an Estate Agent before studying for a Business and Event Management degree.
  • James Reynolds who is currently recovering from a very serious illness still attained 540 UCAS points from his Travel & Tourism and Business courses, securing a place on a Business degree course at Brighton.
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