The Leader of South Gloucestershire Council Toby Savage and the portfolio holder for education, Erica Williams dropped into Digitech Studio School to congratulate students on their amazing exam results.

Digitech Studio School Bristol, in collaboration with Boomsatsuma, delivers Level 3 Diploma qualifications in Media, Art and Design, Professional Acting, Business and Information Technology.

Eighty three students took their Diplomas with Digitech this year and they are thrilled that the average grade was a Distinction: testament to the hard work and dedication of students and staff, supported by their families.

Lis Jolley, Principal of Digitech Studio School said, “We would like to wish students all the best as they move on to employment, further education or training in creative, digital and high tech sectors. I am thrilled that so many students are going on to university or taking up apprenticeships related to the diplomas they have studied with us.”

Steve Taylor CEO of the Cabot learning Federation said, “Well done to all of our Digitech students for realising their considerable potential. It’s great to see how the Studio School model can work so well to prepare students for work and further study in these sectors that are so important to the economy in the South West and beyond.”

Digitech still have places for September 2019. Please visit the website for more information.