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City of Oxford College advice on offer for GCSE students


Sep 3, 2022

City of Oxford College are providing information, advice and guidance via ‘clearing’ sessions at the college following GCSE Results Day, throughout September.

Tutors and career advisers will be on hand at the Oxpens Road college run by Activate Learning to help anyone who is unsure as to what to do next after GCSEs, and can also provide advice on funding and other student support services.

Clearing sessions can be booked on the City of Oxford College website.

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More than 94% of students taking full-time GCSE programmes or standalone maths and English GCSEs at City of Oxford College’s City Centre Campus and Technology Campus in Blackbird Leys, achieved a pass in this year’s exams.

Many of the college’s GCSE students are learners who resit maths, English or both, to continue in education or progress their career.

This includes mature students who need these GCSEs to progress in the workplace, learners who may have missed the chance to go to university and want to study at degree level, alongside part-time students who have studied GCSEs at evening classes.

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Cheri Ashby, deputy chief executive of Activate Learning, said: “Once again, this year I am delighted to see so many students improving on what they have previously achieved, and to do so in the first public exams for two years – and for many of them their first since they were in Year 6 – is a real achievement.”

For more visit oxford.activatelearning.ac.uk.

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This story was written by Andy Ffrench, he joined the team more than 20 years ago and now covers community news across Oxfordshire.

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