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Another Successful Year for Ludlow A-Level Students

Date: 14/08/2014 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Ludlow College is once again delighted with the academic and personal achievements of their students, following their A level results, with an overall pass rate of 98% marking a successful year. The College's focus is on both achieving outstanding results at the top end but also delivering high value-added attainment - referring to the progress made by students from GCSE to A level....

Ludlow College Gallery Joins the Arts Trail

Date: 26/06/2014 | Posted by: Amy Howard

The Adrian Jones Gallery at Ludlow College is open to visitors until the 6th July as part of Ludlow Fringe Festival Arts Trail. Staff and students welcomed guests to the private view of this year’s summer exhibition to celebrate the work of students studying A level Photography, Art and Design, Fine Art, and Graphics. The ‘Media Studies Oscars’ also featured during the evening...

University Choice for Ludlow Student

Date: 11/04/2014 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Callum Monteith-Roberts who is currently studying A Levels in Geography, Geology and Chemistry at Ludlow College has received a Merit Award from Aberystwyth University. The Award includes an unconditional offer of a place at the university and £1000 in his first year. Callum commented, “I’m very pleased to have received the scholarship and even a little surprised as the...

Ludlow Student Through to National Finals

Date: 11/04/2014 | Posted by: Amy Howard

Heulwen Gilbert, a student from Ludlow College who was placed fifth at the recent British Colleges Sports West Midlands Trials in the 4.5km Cross Country has gone to compete in the British Colleges Sports National Championships at the University of Bath. Eighteen year old Heulwen Gilbert from Bitterley, who is studying A levels in Geography, P.E and Biology raced against approximately 80 other...

Iceland Trip for Science Students

Date: 10/04/2014 | Posted by: Keith Roberts

Twenty-five Science students from Ludlow College enjoyed the trip of a lifetime when they visited Iceland for five days at the end of February. Whilst there, the students experienced the unique and rugged beauty of the ‘land of lava and ice’ with excursions to the Blue Lagoon as well as to some of Iceland’s spectacular geysers and glaciers. The highlight of the week...

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