A Level Results
We are proud of the effort our students have made this year to achieve some excellent results in A levels and vocational courses. Most students have been offered places at their chosen universities, including a number who have gained places at Russell Group Universities, including Manchester, Cardiff and Bristol.
Particular congratulations go to Louis Goodland who achieved A*, A, A and is going on to complete a degree in computer science.
Many other students will be going on to complete apprenticeships and will be using the qualifications gained for their chosen careers.
A bright and sunny early morning at Sir Bernard Lovell Academy saw students arrive expectantly in order to collect examination results. A large number of staff were on hand to offer congratulations as well as advice and guidance to students on the next steps for post-16 study.
At a time of significant national change, results at grade 4 have remained stable in English (76%) and maths (63%) with continued improvement also in Science subjects.
A large number of students have achieved high quality outcomes that allow for strong progression into the future. In particular we would want to celebrate the results of the following students who achieved well in this challenging examination series:
Chloe Andrews, Samadi Annakkarage, Millie Arkwell, Pippa Atkinson, Chloe Bennett, Riccardo Coral, Benjamin Gwilliam, Harry Hardwick, Jaide Harvey-Ahmed, Dylan Hunt, Buddy Jefferies, Teagan Jones, George Leaver, Adam Lewis, Robert Martin, Jessica Noble, Millie O'Reilly, Chloe Phillips, Hannah Ponter, Nicole Sidwell.
CONCERNS DURING COVID-19
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