Kent College GCSE results

Posted: 25th August 2022

Students at Kent College Pembury have achieved top GCSE grades across a wide range of subjects.

As a testament to their hard work and support of inspiring teachers, many students have been awarded top grades in a breadth of subjects, with particularly impressive numbers of 8s and 9s in subjects including Biology, Further Maths, Computer Science, Music, Textiles, English Literature, French, German and Geography. Over half the grades in Food Technology and Latin are at the very top level.

Head Katrina Handford has praised the achievements of this hard working year and is looking forward to welcoming many of them into the Sixth Form.

“I know how hard the last two years have been for students across the country, which makes the results this year even the more impressive.  Students at Kent College have shown focus and tenacity throughout and thoroughly deserve the successes awarded to them today.  They have very bright futures ahead and I am very much looking forward to working with them in Sixth Form and seeing them achieve their goals.”

These results follow a successful set of A Level results last week and reflect the outstanding education that Kent College provides. Every student is encouraged to excel and find their strengths and talents in preparation for Sixth Form life at Kent College where the majority of students will be staying to study a wide range of A Levels.

In addition to 27 A Levels and 2 BTECs, Kent College offers a unique Sixth Form Honours Programme which enables students to make the most of the myriad opportunities on offer. In addition to 3 to 4 A Level or BTEC’s students undertake an independent research project, work experience and community work. Alongside this students can follow a double or single Honours in Leadership and Personal Development through the Ivy House Award, Advanced Research Skills (EPQ), a STEAM qualification, Entrepreneurship (Young Enterprise) and Sport. All of these form the launchpad for future study and careers, allow students to develop their interests and stand out from the crowd.

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