Financial Studies Students Receive Scholarships

Students Receive Scholarships

Cadbury college has celebrated another successful year of A-level and BTEC results. The college has received a high pass rate with a 4% increase in the top grades. Many students from a variety of subjects have done well and have achieved great results. Students who have studied Financial Studies have done exceedingly well and have been recognised by The London Institute of Banking & Finance for their results.

The top performing 1% of students in the country and students who have received an A or A* grade are being awarded scholarships by The London Institute of Banking & Finance. Cadbury college is delighted to announce that the following students have all received scholarships for their results in Financial Studies:

Summer 2017 Results

A Level Results Day

Principal Jeremy Rogers offered his warmest congratulations to all students on their success. He said: “We are delighted with another set of excellent results which again demonstrate, not only the hard work and effort of our students, but also the commitment of our staff in preparing and supporting them so they can achieve their full potential. 

“Our aim is to provide truly innovative teaching within a caring learning environment, combining both academic and vocational courses in order to meet the needs of each student and offer them the best pathway to success." 

Another great year for A-Level results at Cadbury College

A-level pass rates 2017

Overall A-level pass rate of 97% for 2017
4% Increase in high grades overall for A-level courses
Majority of courses at a 100% pass rate
GCSE pass rates 2017

UCAS Clearing

UCAS Clearing

What is Clearing?
If you have not received an offer to study at a university then you may want to consider looking into the Clearing process. This is a way of getting onto a university course you may not have chosen as an option on your UCAS application. Clearing is open from July to September. You may wish to consider clearing for the following reasons:

A-level Results Preparation

A-level Results Preparation

Options to consider
A-level results day is approaching and there are a couple of things you should consider before your results are announced on the 17th August 2017. These results will have an impact on what you choose to do in the future, whether you decide to complete an apprenticeship, choose to study at a university or get into full-time employment.

Routes to Consider After A-Levels

G|raduates with Certificates

Going to university can be a great experience. You meet new people and work towards achieving a degree which can help you progress further into your chosen career path. However, studying at a university is not the only option you have when you have completed your A-levels. There is a range of other routes you can choose that may suit your needs.

GCSE Results Day

GCSE Results Day Students

The results
As we approach the 24th August many year 11 students will begin to feel on edge, as years of study and waking up to get to school on time finally bares fruit. Some will achieve the grades they hoped and studied for, others will get grades they are happy enough with and some will get grades in certain subjects that they’re not so happy with. It is important to remember that these results, although high in importance for the next steps of the journey, are not the be all and end all if they do not go the right way. This is why we at Cadbury College are introducing the level 2 pathways.

Ogden Trust Year 12 Physicist of the year award 2017

Ogden Trust Year 12 Physicist

The Ogden Trust ( each year sponsor each school/college to nominate an outstanding year 12 Physics student to receive an award.  Miriam Davies was this year's award winner from Cadbury College.  She was chosen for her outstanding work and for gaining the top marks in the year.

The award was presented to Miriam at a special event held at Birmingham University School of Physics and Astronomy on Thursday evening 22nd June by the Ogden Trust.  The award was presented by Professor Martin Freer, the head of the School of Nuclear Physics at the University.

Cadbury Model UN

Flags outside the UN

The United Nations (UN) is an international organisation that was founded in 1945 with the purpose of achieving international order as to avoid any further conflict between countries. The organisation was set up after the second World War to prevent such an event from ever taking place again. The UN works on a range of issues that include; climate change, security, terrorism and humanitarianism.

The Model United Nations gives students from schools, colleges, and universities a chance to experience what the UN is all about. Role playing meetings for different scenarios, students get an idea of how conflicts are dealt with by the UN.

Fairy tales of the forest performance

At Cadbury College students have a wide range of courses to choose from, each course providing a unique understanding of the different subject areas. Performing arts students have recently been invited to schools to showcase their ‘Fairy tales of the forest performance.’

The performance was written and organised by the students themselves. From creating the scripts, deciding on the scenes and even improvising during the performances. Students were able to have the freedom to create their own monologues and decide on what thigs to include during the play.

Work Experience Event

Student Work Experience

Work Experience in Birmingham

At Cadbury College, we have been focusing on introducing work experience to students. At the Hub, during break and lunch, there’s been an opportunity for students to find out more about how work experience can benefit them. There were opportunities to look at current work experience vacancies and apply for them. As well as checking out the VR headset for a scuba diving and police officer simulation. Work experience for dentistry, healthcare, teaching and other opportunities are currently available.