Life Sciences Students Achieve A Level Success

Liverpool Life Sciences UTC, the first school in the UK to specialise in science and healthcare have recorded a 99% pass rate across all A Level subjects in the school’s first set of results since opening in 2013.

Based in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, Liverpool Life Sciences UTC provides a specialist learning environment for the city’s young people to advance into the life sciences and healthcare sectors.

Overall students performed exceptionally well, with 94% of students achieving 3 A Levels, 63% of which were grade A* to C. Many students will now successfully access their universities places, including numerous Russell Group Universities.

Amongst those celebrating their A Level results at Liverpool Life Sciences UTC was Bethany Gwyther, who attained three A* grades to secure her place at the University of St Andrews to study Medicine.

Beth secured a place at St Andrews to study Medicine

Adam Weaver secured a place studying Astrophysics at the University of Manchester with his results A* A* A, which will see him taught Quantum Physics by course leader Professor Brian Cox.

Anastasia Roberts will be attending the University of York to study Chemistry after her result of three straight A grades secured her place, and Millie Miller is going on to study Nursing at the University of Birmingham after achieving two Distinction Stars and an A.

Adam achieved A*, A*, A and is going to study Astrophysics and the University of Manchester

Other students have accessed high quality apprenticeships including business, IT and science technician roles and direct employment with local businesses including Jaguar Landrover and Thirlmere Court Residential Home.

Phil Lloyd, Principal of Liverpool Life Sciences UTC said:

“Results days are always an exciting and sometimes stressful time for students, parents and teachers. I’m extremely proud of the achievements of our first cohort of students, those pioneers who joined us at the UTC in our first year. I look forward to following their progress over the coming years and welcoming them back to deliver master classes and to offer advice to future students.”

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