A Level Results
Digitech Studio School Bristol, in partnership with Boomsatsuma, Robins Foundation and Bristol School of Acting, has recorded another set of outstanding results by its students in their post-16 qualifications.
More than 60 students achieved the highest possible grades in media, game design, art, acting and dance. Many of them will now move on to prestigious courses and apprenticeships in these specialist areas, enabling them to follow their individual passions in the creative, digital and high-tech sectors.
Digitech Principal Chris Ballard said: “We are immensely proud of all of our students’ achievements and outcomes today. The results achieved this year are testament to the commitment and effort of both staff and students who have worked tirelessly over the past two years.
“The high-quality work produced has resulted in excellent outcomes across all courses, with many of our students securing places in higher education. We wish to congratulate all of our students and look forward to hearing about their future success as they move on to the next part of their journey in higher education, apprenticeships or employment.”
Boomsatsuma co-founder Mark Curtis said: “It’s amazing to see 100% passing with a merit and above for the second successive year. These young people will bring a truly diverse, fresh voice into the creative businesses across the West Country and beyond.
“We’re grateful to our partners at Cabot Learning Foundation for their ongoing support. We’re delighted that future partnerships will underpin us widening our scope, opening a new centre this September, to reach more young people across Bristol and fuel their careers in the region’s expanding creative sector.
These incredibly talented, focused individuals have blown me away as we’ve seen them develop technical skills, while growing in confidence to follow their passions. I wish them all good luck with the next part of their journeys.”
Polly Wardle, Robins Foundation Head of Education, said: “It has been a fantastic year for all of our Robins Foundation students. I would like to congratulate all of the students on today’s results, I know a lot of hard work has been put into achieving these outcomes. “Students really have shown their resilience and work ethic over the last few years. We are very proud of our students achievements, including nearly 3000 hours of student volunteering on our community projects, with many students now paid employees of the Foundation delivering back within their communities.
“I truly believe that the nature of the courses, the support of the staff and the inspirational learning environment provides students with the opportunity and belief that they can achieve. We wish our departing students the best of luck transitioning onto their chosen apprenticeship, employment opportunity, or university place and we look forward to you coming back as part of our alumni network”.
Steve Taylor, Cabot Learning Federation Chief Executive, said: “We are immensely proud of our post-16 students. Against the backdrop of the uncertainties and difficulties of recent years, they have shown great resilience and richly deserve the excellent set of results they have achieved today.
“Whether they now plan to move into higher education or the world of work, we wish them every success in their next step – and hope they will continue to show the talent and dedication they have displayed throughout their years of education with the CLF. Thanks to the team of colleagues who have supported these students over the course of their school careers, and in particularly over the past two years.”