Cirencester Sixth Form College has been ranked the 26th highest achieving Sixth Form

Cirencester Sixth Form College has been ranked the 26th highest achieving Sixth Form in the Sunday Times Schools Guide published last Sunday.

The results are based on A-level performance for 2016 and the proportion of students achieving AAB at A-level in two or more ‘facilitating subjects’.  Facilitating subjects are those required by many leading universities and include English, Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History Geography and Languages.

Cirencester have remained an ‘outstanding’ college for the last 10 years, principal Jim Grant, commented ‘We are delighted to be have been ranked so high nationally in the Sunday Times Tables.   This is testament to our hard working students,  specialist teaching and student centered support staff.

Our students get exceptional support at College, Cirencester provides the perfect preparation between school and university, employment or an apprenticeship.  Over 81% of our students who went to University in 2016 gained a First Class or Upper Second Class Honours degree, we are thrilled with this recognition.”