Despite a period of great change nationally in post-16 qualifications, students from Academy Transformation Trust (ATT) academies have again performed well in A-levels and applied courses, with average point scores across ATT increasing in both qualification types. Disadvantaged students have achieved particularly well in both routes: notably performing above last year’s national averages in applied courses, with an average grade of Distinction – and point score of 30.2.
Debbie Clinton, CEO of ATT, said
“ Students across ATT have achieved an excellent set of results which will open up many exciting career and life opportunities for them. Well done to them all and thank you, too, to our many colleagues who have taught and supported them so well throughout their advanced level studies. We are delighted that everyone’s hard work has paid off.”