***Best Ever A Level Results***
We are very proud of the students who achieved the academy’s highest A Level results, with 43% of all entries at A* to B or equivalent and a 100% pass rate overall. The academy’s results exceeded the government’s headline targets for both attainment and progress, with 21% more A*- B grades than government expectations.
We are delighted by the achievement of our students which is fully deserved on the back of their hard wor…k and the commitment of our staff. This is the academy’s third year of full A Level results and we are extremely proud that they continue to improve year on year.
We are delighted to report that all students who applied to University have been successful. For the third year running we anticipate that the proportion of students going to University from our sixth form is more than double the overall figure nationally and for Swindon.
A selection of our results:
– Hussain Albannai (Biology – A, Chemistry – A, Physics – A) – University of Exeter (Medical Sciences – Human Genomics with professional training year)
– Chloe Belcher (Economics – A, Psychology – A, Geography – C) – University of Reading (Psychology)
– Louis Cornwall (IT Cambridge Technical – Distinction*, Distinction*, Economics – C) – Higher Apprenticeship in IT (The Park Academies Trust)
– Connor Fuller (English Literature & Language – A, History – B, IT Cambridge Technical – Distinction, Distinction) – Bath Spa University (Creative Writing)
– Sennghun Lee (Mathematics – A*, Further Mathematics – A, Physics – A) – University of Bristol (Computer Science)
– Daniel Newcombe (English Literature & Language – A, Psychology – B, Sociology – B) – Falmouth University (Creative Music Technology)
Operational Principal Gary Pearson said
“I am delighted with the results this year as it reflects the dedication of both students and staff. It has been wonderful to see the students pick up their results this morning, excited to be moving on to their first choice of university or apprenticeship. I look forward to welcoming them back during the year to inform and inspire our current students about university life.”