Results and destinations


In three of the last four years, Cambridge is the university where the greatest number of CCSS students have gone for their degree studies.  For 2015 the CCSS success rate at our two ancient universities continues to be greatly ahead of the national average. Five students received offers at Oxford and Cambridge for 2015.  Nationally, about than one in five Oxbridge applicants succeeds in getting an offer; at CCSS the offer rate is over 50%.  Well done to our “Famous Five” offer recipients:

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James Wright: Economics at Cambridge
Ciara Ward: Mathematics at Oxford
Ananwat Tippawat: Natural sciences at Cambridge
Potsawee Manakul: Electronic engineering at Cambridge
Anna Forostianko: Chinese and French at Cambridge

College Principal Stuart Nicholson (who graduated from both Oxford and Cambridge) with three of this year’s “Famous Five”

 

The success of students at CCSS is underpinned by the individual approach the College takes. CCSS teachers are passionate about their subjects and love the opportunity to guide students in a way that encourages their individual responses and their individual success.

Students come to us with different backgrounds and abilities, but all of them benefit from the uniquely supportive approach at the College.

Almost without exception, students graduating from CCSS go on to university in the UK or elsewhere, and many have enjoyed success at Cambridge, Oxford, LSE, Imperial and other top universities in subjects ranging from International Business to Law and Medicine.

Parents and students frequently tell us that they achieved results beyond their expectations, whether academic high fliers with A* grades or achieving the all-important grades for university entrance.

In all cases, our results show that students benefit greatly from small class sizes, experienced and stimulating teaching, and personal tutorials adding tremendous value to each student’s predicted results.

2014 A-level results:

Name

Grades

University

Chinomnso Abba  A*A*A Imperial College
Donatas Dabasinskas  A*A*A Kings College
Noppasit Pongsak  A*A*A Bristol University
Filip Kovar  A*A*A University of Manchester
Peiwen (Sunny) Liu A*A*A Imperial College
George Burles  A*A University of Exeter
Gwennan Clarke A*A*B Lancaster University
Elspeth Peters  A*AA Durham University
Carla Segvic,  A*AA UCL
Okechukwu (John) Emeka AAB Kings College
Sebastien Richa AAA*C Maastricht University
Elena Burykina A*A*BB Queen Mary University of London
Kam Lee (Kam Hong Sampson) A*AB University of Warwick
Sofya Rasner A*AB Queen Mary University of London
Phitsinee (Fern) Chuansumran A*AC City University
Yury Chizhov A*AAB UCL

 

GCSE Results 2014

GCSE Results 2014


Results