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Michaelmas term 2011
A centre for creative excellence he Birley Centre was officially opened on the linchpin in a series of new partnerships – some featured inside this newsletter – and 4 October by Gus Christie, the executive the College is forming with leading cultural collected accolades from everyone who has LtTfour events linked to its opening with a drop-least with Glyndebourne. d. Guests from all over the world gathered to chairman of Glyndebourne Productions organisations throughout the South East, not visited. Over 1200 people have attended the celebrate the inauguration of this spectacular In the two months since its opening, the in morning for the public attracting over 350 performing arts centre. building has played host to a variety of events visitors in just a couple of hours. The Birley Centre provides a state-of-the-art platform for performances by pupils across all the creative arts. It also offers a wide range of facilities that local businesses, visiting artists, musicians and drama groups can temporarily treat as their own, and it is fast becoming
Simon and Robina Davies, Gus Christie, Michael and Ann Birley and Admiral Sir Ian Forbes declare the Birley Centre officially open
Academic success continues
Once again College pupils achieved outstanding results in their public examinations.With competition for university places at an all-time high, Upper Sixth pupils excelled in their A levels and achieved the second best ever results in the College’s history, just short of the record set last year. Yawen Yin was the top performer with 4A*s and 1A while five other pupils gained 3A*s or better. Of all the grades awarded at A level, 18% were A* and 83% were A*–B; all 13 pupils who received offers from Oxford and Cambridge achieved their conditional offers. Almost a third of candidates achieved at least one A* grade and a similar number left with three A grades or better. Of the Year 11 pupils who took GCSEs last summer, over 70 students notched up five or more A*s or As. William Hutchinson was the top performer with 13A*s and 1A grade while Jennie
Hreben, Patrick Davies, Edward Lewis and Henry Miller all gained at least 11 A*s. While maintaining extraordinary levels of success in the arts, sport and other activities, the College continues to be in excellent academic health, enabling pupils of all abilities and talents to excel.
Jimjam walk
Staff and pupils were among the 370 walkers from across the local community who raised over £11,700 for the new St Wilfrid’s Hospice currently under construction. An energetic warm-up on College Field signalled the start of proceedings and hot soup and rolls greeted the walkers in the Dining Room at the end of their 10k hike.