Girls at Adcote School celebrated a set of good A-level results with 100% gaining three A levels or equivalent and 50% achieving 4 A-levels. This year 13 students sat A-level exams with 73% achieving  A* – C grades and a 95% pass rate overall.

Adcote School, which is the first in the county to offer a Chartered Management Institute qualification to its Sixth Form students, celebrated the first students to pass the course this year. 

We have made the CMI course a part of the curriculum for all of our Year 12 students to help prepare them for higher education and the workplace. It is taught in partnership with StudyFlex management development agency, based in London.

The nationally recognised CMI Level 3 award in First Line Management teaches key transferable life and leadership skills. It bridges the worlds of education and the workplace and gives students the confidence, resilience and tools to help them thrive in their careers.

Adcote School headmistress Diane Browne (right) congratulates (from left) Aishling Ojiako, Eibhlin Luff and Aishwarya Vishwakarma on passing their Chartered Management Institute qualification.

“We are very proud of our very first CMI level 3 graduates. Work related learning is thriving at Adcote and the girls have really enjoyed this course, which has developed their leadership skills and given them a practical insight into the world of employment. It is an honour for us to be the only all girls school in the country working with the CMI in this way.”

Diane Browne