A-Level results: Clean sweep for Rye Studio

A Levels at Rye Studio School.  Charlie Evans-Rouse who got the highest UCAS ponts. SUS-160818-113107001
A Levels at Rye Studio School. Charlie Evans-Rouse who got the highest UCAS ponts. SUS-160818-113107001

Every student taking A-Levels at Rye Studio passed with flying colours and every university applicant secured their first choice.

Rye Studio for the Creative Industries succeeded in supporting all its students in achieving 100 per cent pass rate at A level and BTEC Level 3 in subjects ranging from mathematics to dance and creative media.

A Levels at Rye Studio School.
Shanni McDonald (double distinction star) and Callum Inskip (2 x As) SUS-160818-113032001

A Levels at Rye Studio School. Shanni McDonald (double distinction star) and Callum Inskip (2 x As) SUS-160818-113032001

Principal Jo Townshend said: “I am delighted at the superb achievement of our talented graduates.

“Our 100% pass rate reflects the hard work, commitment and creative and academic skills of our students.

“Setting qualifications in partnership with industry has driven high standards in attainment and a CV full of employability skills.

“I wish every student the very best of luck in their future pathway.”

A Levels at Rye Studio School.
Lucie Eckersley and David Hicks with drama teacher Sarah Wall. SUS-160818-113055001

A Levels at Rye Studio School. Lucie Eckersley and David Hicks with drama teacher Sarah Wall. SUS-160818-113055001

Graduates exceeded in their creative studies with Charlie Evans Rousse doing exceptionally well, gaining multiple qualifications to generate an enormous 675 university points.

All university applicants have been successful in securing their first choices with many gaining places at international centres.

The results follow the huge success of the Arts Foundation course at Rye Studio where students completing the University of Arts Level 4 course achieved an impressive 63 per cent distinction pass rate.

The provision at Rye continues to be the hub of the south east for young people to fast track into the creative industries, a spokesman said.

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