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Learners Celebrate GCSE Results Day at The Grimsby Institute

Learners at The Grimsby Institute received their GCSE English, Maths and Biology results today after working incredibly hard during the previous academic year. The English and Maths departments even origanised a small gathering for the learners to celebrate their time together. A number of learners, in particular, have achieved some excellent results today.

Mia Grace McCue has become a different person since coming to The Grimsby Institute. She said: “I’m so much more confident in myself and that’s all because of my tutors. I’ve received so much support from them, and it’s because of their patience and guidance that I passed today.”

Clare Wood decided to come back to education after starting a family and wanted to prove to herself that she could pass her GCSE’s. She said: “I’m over the moon. I passed my GCSE English during the re-sits in November and today I passed my GCSE Maths. I wanted to set an example for my children that education is important and to never give up, even when it’s difficult.”

Donna Underwood, Curriculum Manager for English, said: “Despite having a difficult time, our learners have made great progress this academic year and they have gained some fantastic results. We as a team are very proud of them.”

Students Celebrate A Level Results Day at Career 6

Students from Career 6 celebrated their A Level results today after working incredibly hard over the past two years; for many students, this was their first real experience of exams as their GCSE’s were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. A number of students in particular have achieved fantastic results today, with plans to progress on to university.

Jasmine Dann received an amazing A*, A, A and joined Career 6 after a poor experience at another college. She said: “I originally dropped out of college, but decided to give it another go and I’m so glad I did. Career 6 renewed my love of education and I got the support I needed to finish my A Levels. I’m going to take a gap year before going to university to study education.”

Amelia Banks has overcome a number of health issues to achieve an incredible A, B, B in her A Levels. She said: “I’ve met some amazing people through my course and made friends for life. I had so much support during my time at Career 6 and I couldn’t be happier with my results. I’m going to Lincoln University in September to study English Literature and Journalism.”

Tom Hughes, Head of Career 6, commented: “I am really proud of the students’ achievements this year. They have not had the most conventional of journeys to reach this point; so much of their usual college experience has been impacted by the pandemic – things that we take for granted in everyday life, yet despite this, they rose above it all, studied hard, attended all of their exams and have achieved these great results. They are the outcome of two years of really hard work through exceptional circumstances, and we are extremely proud of their achievements.

At Career 6, we have worked hard to develop pathways which offer BTEC and WJEC diplomas alongside A Levels to ensure our students leave us ready for higher education or employment. Our results in subjects such as Forensic and Criminal Investigation, Criminology and Applied Law are excellent, with a number of students achieving the maximum possible grade.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish them all the best for the future and I am sure whatever their chosen path they will go on to be extremely successful.”

If you are interested in studying at Career 6 this September, please visit or email [email protected]

Georgia Ware Gostelow

Grimsby Institute Hairdressing Apprentice, Georgia Ware-Gostelow, Reaches Final of Wella TrendVision Awards

Georgia Ware-Gostelow, a hairdressing apprentice at the Grimsby Institute, has qualified for the finals of the prestigious Wella TrendVision Awards. The Wella TrendVision Awards celebrate hairdressing that is inspirational, fashionable and consumer friendly. It showcases an array of exceptionally talented hairdressers in a variety of categories and Georgia is one of ten nominees in the Xposure UK & Ireland Category.

The finals will be held at the Wella World Studios on Sunday 2nd November where Georgia and her competitors will have three hours to complete their looks on their respective models. The awards ceremony will be held the following day on Monday 3rd October at Magazine in London, where students like Georgia will be able to network with industry professionals and hairdressing celebrities.

Georgia said: “I had a great time creating my look for the Wella TrendVision Finals. I loved the freedom of being able to create something unique and I’m absolutely blown away that I have made it to the final. I’m looking forward to going to London and getting to meet all the other finalists.”

Rachel McLean, Curriculum Manager for Salon Professionals, said: “I’m incredibly proud of Georgia and all the hard work she’s put in to reach the finals. It’s a huge achievement and we’re wishing her the best of luck as she represents the Grimsby Institute on the national stage.”

Emma Forrest-Leigh, Vice Principal of Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education, said: “I am thrilled about the news. The department, its students and its staff are the best in their field, they constantly impress us with their innovation, drive and dedication. They are a jewel in our crown, and I am very proud of them today and always.”