Posted on: 13/08/2020


Students at V6, the post-16 provision at Colston’s Girls’ School (CGS), are celebrating a strong set of A-level results today, in line with previous years including over 20% of all grades at A*/A, with many exceptional individual performances. Now in its third year, V6 is a collaborative venture between CGS and Fairfield High School, rated in the top ten state schools nationally for the proportion of students going on to study at top-ranking universities.

It is wonderful to see students achieving the qualifications they need to progress on to their dream destinations. 

Principal, Kerry McCullagh

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My grades have exceeded my own high expectations and I’d like to thank all of my friends and teachers who have always encouraged me to keep striving.

I am incredibly thankful for all the support I have received from my teachers and tutors over the course of my A-level studies...I cannot wait to start my law degree at the University of Bristol.

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Chair of Trustees Gail Bragg said:

“This academic year has presented steep challenges to staff and students, and V6 has met each one head-on with resilience and a determination to succeed. Staff quickly adapted to provide academic and pastoral support to students working at home, ensuring that all students, including the most vulnerable, felt connected and supported throughout the long period of school closure. We have a moral responsibility to provide every student with the confidence, ambition and skills to achieve their goals and across Venturers Trust we are working hard to improve the life chances of all children from all backgrounds.”

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