IT’S official – Winstanley College is the best sixth form college in the North West and fifth in the country.
The latest figures, published by The Sunday Times in their guide for parents, confirm Winstanley College is one of the top performing colleges in the country.
The college was placed fifth overall in the entire country, and tops the table as the best in the North West, showing figures from last year when 22% of its students gained AAB in their A-Levels in two or more facilitating subjects (A-levels identified by Oxford and Cambridge universities and the Russell Group as being the most useful in that they allow access to the widest range of degrees - English, Maths, Sciences, Languages, History and Geography).
Principal Louise Tipping, said: “We’re thrilled to have, once again, been recognised nationally as a College whose students and staff put in a top performance year after year.
“This long standing tradition of excellent outcomes, coupled with amazing feedback from students on the quality of their experience, is something we’re tremendously proud of.
“Our students, and their parents, know that they are being taught by specialist teachers in a small and friendly college of 16-18 year olds and that we get great results.
“And now the rest of the country know it too.”