Students at Clarendon Sixth Form College are delighted after another year of outstanding A Level and vocational results, with many accepting places at top universities. Students have achieved an impressive 100% pass rate and 68% high grades (A*-B) overall for A Levels.

Hannah Tyler, a former Denton Community College pupil, was accepted into the prestigious University of Leeds, after receiving A*, A*, A*, A in History, English Literature, Religious Studies and her Extended Project Qualification, which was UK & American Suffrage.

Other high achievers included: Benjamin Hobbs (A*, A*, A*) who will study at the University of Manchester, Kian Miller (A*, A*, A*) who will also study at the University of Manchester, Poppy Robinson (A*, A*, A*, A) who will study at Newcastle University, Emily Nixon (A*, A*, A*) who will study at the University of Leeds, Lauryn Goddard who achieved A*, A*, A* and Sharoz Iqbal Raja who achieved A*, A*, A*.

Creative students are also going on to top destinations; Charlotte Hall from Hyde received a distinction and will be doing Animation & Games Design at Norwich University of the Arts.

Eve Crossthwaite will be studying photography at York St John University, Samea Begum will be studying filmmaking at Manchester Screen and Film School, Jess Rei will be studying Fashion Design at Manchester Metropolitan University and Timothy Akinrin will be studying Games Art at Staffordshire University.

Jackie Moores, principal at Clarendon Sixth Form College, reflected on students’ successes: “We are delighted that our pass rate is 100% for the fourth year running. Our students, teachers and support staff have shown tremendous resilience and flexibility in being able to respond to the challenges caused by the pandemic. All of our students have experienced disruption to their studies but have shown that, despite this, they have what it takes to get into the best universities, apprenticeships and jobs.

“We have more students going off to Russell group universities including University of Manchester, Warwick, Sheffield, Lancaster, Leeds, Durham, Kings College London, York, Exeter, Glasgow, Bristol and Newcastle and Arts Ed drama school in London. Students from level 3 Applied Science programmes are also progressing onto medical degrees including at the University of Leeds with triple distinction star grades – equivalent of 3 A*s at A Level. Creative students are off to study creative undergraduate degrees in universities such as Falmouth, which has a very strong reputation for creative and digital.

“Our students will start undergraduate studies in subjects ranging from medicine to law, physics, interior design, neuroscience, photography, animation and computing – and everything in between.”

To find out more information about A Level and Vocational courses with Clarendon Sixth Form College, visit or call 0161 908 6600.