Stela retook her English GCSE which allows her to continue her studies as she moves on to Canterbury Christ Church University, focusing on Public Health Studies. “It took a lot of work and this is my second attempt, but I’m so happy!”
Fourth time lucky for Media student Ash Noble. Ash achieved a 5 in his English GCSE after working relentlessly to ensure that he got the grades that he needed to progress on to his next year at College.
Keir was ecstatic at the news that he passed both his Maths and English GCSEs today, meaning that he can move onward and upward with his studies. Mentioning his pure relief at the news, you could see the joy on his face as he found out all the hard work during term had paid off. Keir will now continue his studies at Canterbury College, progressing onto Level 3.
Collecting their results as a team, Brian and Pete both discovered that they had passed their English GCSEs with flying colours. While Pete looks on to where his new qualification can take him, Brian cheerfully said that he can’t wait to embark on his Level 3 in Travel & Tourism at Canterbury College.
Local radio station KMFM are hosting a ‘GCSE Surgery’ this week, talking to current Canterbury College and Broadstairs College students about their experiences studying at college versus sixth form, as well as answering the big questions we all want to know as we collect those vital GCSEs.
You can listen to the show live tonight between 7pm-10pm tonight, or you can listen back to the show here.
Wanting to know where your GCSEs could take you? Come along to our Open Day Wednesday 28 August 4pm-7pm, where you can meet the tutors, find out more from current students and even enrol on the day. Book your place here.