Sixth Form Results Success!

18th August 2017

We are delighted that all of our students have achieved their first choice destination at University or Apprenticeship.  This year’s Post 16 performance shows a significant improvement on last year’s results and a positive, three-year trend in term of both academic and applied qualifications.     

Whilst we would like to congratulate all of our students on their grades, there are three performances in particular that we would like to highlight due to the hard work and application they demonstrated.

Shaneece Mabey achieved a grade A in A level Media, grade C in A level English Literature and a D in A Level Sociology.  She is starting a degree course in English at University in September.

Also gaining a place at University is Marcus Broadhead who excelled in Sport, achieving Distinction *, Distinction, Distinction (Equivalent to A*AA) and is continuing his studies in Sport at University.

One of the stand out performances in the class of 2017 is that of Jasmine Thomas who studied Health & Social Care, Distinction *, Distinction *, Distinction * (equivalent of A*A*A*). She has decided to take an apprenticeship to pursue her vocational career ambitions.

We wish them and all of our sixth form students the very best for the future and for continued success in their chosen educational routes and later careers.

Paul Tarn, Chief Executive Officer of Delta Academies Trust, said “I am delighted that the dedication of students, staff and parents has been rewarded in these excellent results.  The results achieved by the students are testament both to their hard work and to that of their teachers.   I recognise the significant improvements in performance across the Academy and this is reflective of the commitment and professionalism of teachers and other Academy staff who have supported students at this important and testing time.       

We wish all students well in their next steps in education, training or employment, and look forward to hearing about their future achievements”.