Students at Worthing College have confirmed Ofsted’s ‘Outstanding’ rating of the college with another set of excellent A-level results. The college has recorded a 100% pass rate for A-levels, according to updated figures for 2020. Following the Government’s decision to uphold Centre Assessed Grades for A-level results, students have been awarded the grades which were estimated by their lecturers – although the small minority of students who received higher grades than that predicted will be able to keep their grade. The number of high grades (A*-B) for the college is 61.59%. Paul Riley, Principal at Worthing College, said: “We are very proud of our students and of the results we have achieved in what has been a particularly difficult year. “They have shown great determination in adversity and worked hard to achieve their grades. “We must also recognise our staff and the dedication shown by their teachers as they have supported their students in completing their studies in circumstances that none of us could have predicted. “We congratulate our students, many of whom will be going into their next steps – be that higher education or employment – with confidence.” Chichester College – who, alongside Worthing, Crawley and Brinsbury Colleges, is part of the Chichester College Group – has also achieved a 100% pass rate A-level results for 2020.