Sucess Stories

“Staff have established a robust, consistent and transparent approach to internal verification and assessment procedures which is compliant with the awarding body regulatory requirements”

Marilyn Gauld - Pearson Quality Review

We believe all our students are success stories. We have however some examples of fantastic stories……….

Lewis Ashton
Lewis come to us at 16 with a goal to access university. He achived 500 UCAS points and has just passed his first year at LJMU with flying colours.
Lewis embraced the relaxed teaching environment and excelled in being allowed reflective time to consider his performance. His performance of three distinction stars was one of the best in the country.

Luke Ashton

Luke arrived in year 12 having underperformed in his GSCE’s. Luke excelled in the BTEC environment and gained three distinction stars. His Biomechanics project was described at post graduate level due to the staggering quality of his work. Luke has decided to qualify as a Personal Trainer before taking up his offer of a place at LJMU.

Anna Carson
Anna converted to the BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science from A levels. She never looked back and won a place in Edge Hill University to study Sports Therapy. Anna is thoroughly enjoying her course and in hindsight the change from A levels was the right decision!

Sean Barnes

Sean was an SEN student when he started with us in year 12 Cardinal Heenan Sixth form. He is now embarking on the first teacher training certificate after becoming a fully qualified Personal Trainer. He has trained a fellow student who is a paralympian swimmer. Sean has trained two teachers at Cardinal Heenan school over two 6 week periods as part of his course and he managed to achieve fantastic results along with his teacher clients. He is now training paying clients. Well done Sean!

Luke Helsby
Luke also converted from A levels and achieved his place at LJMU in Sport and Exercise Science. Luke has found the course to be very enjoyable and is looking forward to an exciting career.

Craig Lawrence
Craig was forecast three merits, which would not have gained him a place in University. Craig excelled in his studies. He learnt the skills of self-reflection, regulation and intrinsic motivation which resulted in him achieving three distinction stars and a place at LJMU.

Joe Maxwell
Joe was forecast Distinction, Distinction, Merit. His result of Distinction* Distinction* Distinction was testament to his analytical skills and high levels of intrinsic motivation despite suffering from glandular fever for most of the course!

Anne Murphy
Anne’s work ethic was fantastic added to the resilience she developed on the course resulted in her achieving the results for university.

Jane Bazely Harrison

Jane converted from year 12 AS level to BTEC Sport and Exercise Science and never looked back. She gradauted from year 13 with Distinction* Distinction* Distinction to go onto Salford University. Her specialist Biomechanics knowledge coupled with the skills of Quintic will complement her choice of  a Podiatry Degree.

Jess Wright

Jess started the course as a shy 16 year old who was very anxious. Gradually she gained more confidence and with expert guidance Jess achieved the grades to go to York University.