Top performers at GCSE
Zak Slater - 8 A*, 2 A grades
Violet Gribbin - 8 A* grades
Jade Harris - 6 A*, 4 A grades
Emilia Kent - 6 A*, 3 A, 1 B grades
"I wish to congratulate TTC students on their examination achievements. Many will open their envelopes this morning and be delighted that they have gained the fantastic qualifications that their hard work and effort has deserved. Well done to Zac Slater and Violet Gribbin, who both achieved 8 A* grades, a stunning achievement.
Just like so many of our Olympic stars have done, it is important to acknowledge the work and commitment of those who work ‘behind the scenes’. The teachers and support staff who have such a significant impact, inspiring and supporting our students every step of the way.
I am pleased that our Progress 8 score is positive, students make progress at TTC. This accountability measure, however, would have been even more positive if we had not entered 51 of our higher ability students for GCSE statistics in year 9. Whilst they achieved fantastic results with 92% achieving A* to C grades, entering them early has a negative impact on the new Progress 8 score. Yet, we believe that the stretch and challenge this qualification provides at the end of KS3 is more important than simple accountability measures.
It is, however, disappointing to witness once again significant grade boundary changes. Edexcel GCSE mathematics boundaries have risen sharply for the second year in a row. The A grade boundary has increased by 15 marks from 2015 and the B grade by 10 marks. Where the upward setting of the grade boundaries is most unkind to students is at the C grade boundary, which was raised by 5 marks this year, adding to the 9 mark increase experienced in 2015. A significant number of our middle and lower ability students who deserved to achieve this grade, will now be frustrated that their hard work hasn’t been rewarded."
Year 11, 12 and 13 students
Have you chosen your next step?
If you are unsure as to what your next step is, now that you have received your exam results, our IAG (Information, Advice and Guidance) office may be able to help. Please contact the office via the Frinton Campus switchboard on 01255 672116 on Thursday 1 or Friday 2 September between the hours of 9:00am - 1:00pm.
A-Level & BTEC Results - Summer 2016
The top performers for Advanced courses in Year 13:
Isabelle Carr A*A*A*; Louis Holas A*A*AAA; Nathan Cinnamond A*AAA; Joshua Barkley A*AAB; Jess Lane A*A*AB; Kieran Marrable A*A*AB; Lauren Scanlon A*A*AB; Dominic Milham A*ABB; Victoria Wilson A*ABB; Theo Stratford-Wright AABB; Matthew Wolton AABB
Congratulations to Joe Couchman who scored 5 straight A’s at AS Level
Michael Muldoon, Principal, commented:
"We are once again delighted by the performance of our students at both A Level and BTEC. We have very high levels of achievement at every level of ability, and in every subject we offer, both vocational and academic. It is fantastic to see young people reaping the rewards of the hard work, effort and dedication they have demonstrated towards their studies. They have earned the results that will take them onto higher education or a wide range of employment possibilities.
Subjects with outstanding results include:
Mathematics and Physics, where over 50% of students achieved A* or A
English Literature; History; Sociology and PE
To achieve at Advanced Level requires ability, determination, and the support of excellent teachers. The achievement of A* grades marks an outstanding accomplishment. Students in: Mathematics; English Literature; Health; Sociology; Psychology and Textiles have reached A* GCE grades this year.
Once again our BTEC students have achieved outstanding results; 85% of awards attaining an A* or A equivalency.
These results reflect the outstanding teaching that takes place every day within our Sixth Form, I am very proud of TTC staff, and we as a College are all very proud of what our students have achieved today."
Principal, Tendring Technology College
Welcome to Tendring Technology College
At TTC we work with students and their parents to provide a personalised learning service, in which young people play a major role in determining their own future and achieving their own goals. How do we achieve this? By giving students a real say in their own future and in shaping the direction of our college.
Harnessing existing and emerging technology across the curriculum and employing the efforts and expertise of some of the best qualified teaching staff in the UK, Tendring Technology College offers a positive, exciting and fun learning environment for all.
Our offer to students and parents is straightforward:
Dr Caroline Haynes
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