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28 January 2019

Amongst the top 5% in helping students improve their grades

On 24 January 2019 the Department of Education published the A-Level performance of schools across England. Ealing Independent College is proud to announce that it remains amongst the top in the country in securing academic progress for its students. With a Progress Score of +0.5 this positions the College amongst the top 5% of schools and colleges in the country in helping students improve their grades.

The college has consistently achieved a great Progress Score and this year the results are yet again testament to the exceptional level of teaching that is offered to its students.

The Department of Education describes Ealing Independent College’s Progress Score as ‘Well above average’ and puts the College in a very strong position amongst its competitors in the London area.

Principal of Ealing Independent College, Dr Ian Moores, commented ‘this is another outstanding year for the College. This is testament to the high quality teaching and robust academic monitoring that are hallmarks of the College. Many of our students benefit from the bespoke education that the College designs and delivers for them – capitalising on their individual strengths and guiding them through areas for development which have previously been a barrier to success.’

Ealing Independent College will be holding its 2019 Scholarship Competition on Thursday 7 February. In addition to this the College will be hosting an Open Evening on Thursday 7 March from 18.30, and would encourage families interested in learning more about the College to attend. For more information contact the College on 020 8579 6668. 

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