Cognita students in the UK and Spain celebrate A Level achievements
It has been another successful year for Cognita’s British curriculum schools as students in the UK and Spain received their A Level results today.
Students at Meoncross School in Hampshire, St Clare’s School in Porthcawl and North Bridge House Canonbury in London all outperformed the majority of UK schools with their A*/A grade achievements, surpassing this year’s 26.2% average. Among the highlights in Spain were the British School of Barcelona Castelldefels and Hastings School, recording 42% and 43% of A*/A grades respectively.
Many Cognita students secured places to read competitive subjects at their first-choice universities, including students from Akeley Wood Senior School in Buckinghamshire, UK who will read Physics at Warwick University, Mathematics with Economics at the London School of Economics and Geography at Durham University.
Stuart Rolland, Cognita’s Chief Executive Europe said, “We are immensely proud of our students’ achievements. We are delighted to hear that so many have secured places at their first-choice universities and wish them every success in their continued studies and future careers.”