GCE A’Level Examination Results 2017
Colton Hills Sixth Form students are celebrating another successful year

Colton Hills Community School students are celebrating the success of both their academic A’ Level and vocational A’Level results.


Sixth Form Leader, Duncan Gittins said,

“It’s delightful to see so many students leave today with smiles on their faces and bursting with excitement ready to tackle their next challenge. The hard work, determination and resilience shown during their studies has been really inspirational”.


Amongst our many successes, special mention must be made of:


  • Gabija Mieliauskaite who gained A grades in French and Art and an A* in English Literature and is now going to Reading University to study Art and Psychology


  • Davinder Bains who gained A grades in Phycology and a Distinction* in IT, and is reading Psychology and Business Studies at Aston University.


  • Namarta Rathour who gained A grades in German and History and a B grade in English Literature and is going to study Law at Nottingham University


  • Riley Ward gained A grades in Business and Sociology and a B grade in Economics and is going to study Business Analytics and Consultancy at Lancaster University 


  • Once again, our results in BTEC qualifications in Applied Science, Business Studies, Health & Social Care and ICT are outstanding. Two-thirds of our students achieved the top grades.



Headteacher, Alberto Otero said,


“We are extremely pleased with the excellent sixth form results this year. Our students worked very hard to achieve these results and deserve every success as they move on to the next stage of their careers. We, as a staff team, are very proud of them and of their many contributions to school life and wish them well for the future. I congratulate everyone who has contributed to the on-going success and year-on-year improvements at Colton Hills Community School”.


​All students who applied to university have secured a place and are thrilled to be continuing their studies at institutions such as the Universities of Aston, Bristol, Hull, Keele, Lancaster, Nottingham and Reading. Bhavisha Mistry for example, is going to study Medicine at The University of Birmingham.