Students at Immanuel College are looking forward to taking their next steps after receiving an impressive set of A Level results today.
Despite the challenges caused by the pandemic, the College, which is part of Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust, is pleased to share a year of brilliant results achieved by its students. Overall, the College achieved 92% of A Level grades at A*-C, and 100% of BTEC grades at Distinction* – Merit.
Many of the College’s students are now looking forward to progressing onto their chosen universities, exciting apprenticeships and employment at leading organisations.
While all students have done incredibly well, there are some standout individual achievements. These include:
- Isobel Heal, who successfully achieved 3 A*s in English Language and Literature, Psychology and History and a Distinction* in Law has secured a place to study law at the University of York
- Andrew Martin, who successfully achieved 2 A*s in Mathematics and Further Mathematics and 2 A grades in Chemistry and Physics and has secured a place to study Mathematics at the University of Leeds
- Megan Spittal achieved A* in Sociology, A in Religious Studies and Distinction* in BTEC Law and has secured a place to study Philosophy at St Andrews University
- Michael Coe, who successfully achieved 3 A grades in Finance, Biology and Geography and has secured a place to study Finance at the University of Manchester
- Isabel O’Donnell, who successfully achieved 3 Distinction* in Sport, Applied Science and Health and Social Care and has secured a place to study Primary Education at Leeds Trinity University
Subjects that saw particular success at the College included Religious Studies where 64% of students achieved A or A* grades and Sociology where 50% of students achieved A or A* grades.
Ellen Doherty, Acting Headteacher at Immanuel College, said:
“We are incredibly proud of the perseverance our students have shown to achieve these results. Their commitment to their studies is to be commended and we look forward to seeing them thrive as they move onto the next stage of their lives.”