Torpoint Community College A Level Results 2020

Torpoint Community College A Level Results 2020

Staff at Torpoint Community College would like to say a huge well done to all our students who picked up their A Level and CAMTEC results on Thursday 13th August 2020. For this cohort of students, this year’s experience was unique with examinations cancelled and replaced with Centre Assessed Grades as a result of the pandemic.  We are pleased to be celebrating some superb achievements with a higher than normal number of students applying for University. In total 75% of this year group applied for University this year with the majority achieving their place of first choice.

Dr Jeremy Plumb, Headteacher said “I am pleased to see that many students achievements have been recognised in the final awarded grades, and there are some outstanding results.  At the time of writing this press release, it has just been announced by the Department of Education that teacher assessments in England would be used for the examination results and the College continues to analyse the examination results in a very turbulent time”.

Head of Sixth Form, Mr John Golding said, “At the end of a very challenging year,  I am incredibly proud to be part of such an amazing Sixth Form with such wonderful students, parents and staff.  We are one of the smallest school Sixth Forms in Cornwall and yet our students are now ready and willing to take their places on the world stage.  They are confident to stand heads and shoulders with the best and have the necessary skills and expertise to flourish in their chosen careers.  Best of luck to the next generation of doctors, lawyers, scientists, computer programmers, physiotherapists, teachers, nurses and so much more.  The College would like to thank each and every student for working so hard over the last two years and also thank the parents and carers of our students who have given them such unwavering support.  The College Leadership Team would also like to thank each member of staff for going the extra mile to support our students.”