Last Updated: Thursday, August 16, 2018

A Level Results

North Lindsey College welcomed students back into college to receive their A level results.

A 100% achievement rate was reported in A Level maths, enabling many students to
progress onto university. For many North Lindsey College students the move is not
too far away with higher education provision available on site at The University
Joel Brand (18) a former Frederick Gough student received a B grade in A Level
Mathematics.  He also studied on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering
alongside this A level and said, “I did my As level last year at North Lindsey College
and came back to do my A Levels.  The resources are very good and the teaching is
of very high quality. The smaller classes have really benefitted us all as we have had
much more one to one sessions.”
Joel completed work experience at BAE Systems through his engineering course
and has now been a successful candidate to start an apprenticeship with them in

Jack Parkinson (maths lecturer at North Lindsey College) said, “I am over the moon
for the A Level maths students. They have all worked so hard this year and they
have achieved outstanding results. I've taught them for the last two years and it's
been a real privilege to share my knowledge with them and help them get to grips
with interesting and challenging concepts. Achieving such high grades has allowed
some students to move onto higher level apprenticeships in engineering, which is a
fantastic progression route. North Lindsey is a great place to study combined
courses such as Engineering alongside A Level maths.”
Iahhiah Chowdhary came to North Lindsey College to study his A Level maths
and picked up a grade B. Iahhiah is hoping to be a teacher one day and his grade
has now enabled him to study at Open University on the maths degree. He said, “I
chose North Lindsey College as it is a very friendly college. The teachers have
given me lots of advice and I have really enjoyed my time here. I feel that you need
to enjoy what you are doing to succeed. If you need any help all the staff are happy
to help.”

For any students wanting sound career advice, an appointment can be made with
the careers team who have recently received the Quality in Careers Standard Award.
Enrolment at the college commences on Thursday 23rd August, with those yet to
apply encouraged to head to

For any further enquiries regarding courses at The University Centre in Scunthorpe
or any other courses, the next advice and enrolment is on 30th  August, 4.30pm-
7.00pm. Alternatively any enquiries can be made to the Customer Services
department on 01724 281111.

Students who are wanting to apply for a higher education course at North Lindsey
College need to search for the DN Colleges Group.


Photograph: Iahhiah Chowdhury with his results