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great wyrley academy sixth form students celebrate a level results

Outstanding A Level Results for Sixth Form Students

10th August 2021 – Tags: A Level Results

We are thrilled to report an outstanding set of exam results for Year 13 students in Aspire Sixth, with A Level results improving for the fourth year in a row and students achieving exemplary progress scores.

Students have had to work exceptionally hard and overcome tremendous adversity this year and can be incredibly proud of themselves. The results demonstrate their dedication and commitment to their studies. Students can be proud that they achieved the best progress scores since the sixth form opened, demonstrating yet again our commitment to excellence for all students.

82% of all grades were at A* - C, and there was an overall pass rate of 100%. This marks an exceptional achievement and another outstanding improvement since becoming part of the Windsor Academy Trust family in 2018.

Every student who wanted to go to university got a place on a course of their choice, including:

  • Joe Warner, who is studying Geography at Birmingham University;
  • Charlotte Harper, who is going to study Biology at Keele University;
  • Joe Rose who is going to Aston University to study Business Management; and 
  • Megan Lindsay, who is going to Edge Hill to study Psychology.

Paying tribute to students and staff, Headteacher Ian Moreton said, 

‚ÄúThis has been the most difficult of years in education. We are delighted that the A Level and BTEC results reflect the incredible efforts of Year 13 students throughout the two sixth form years that have been so badly disrupted due to the pandemic. These results represent the amazing hard work of our sixth form students and our brilliant staff. 

 

"Their achievements are extraordinary in such difficult circumstances and should be celebrated. We wish all of our students well as they move on to university or their new chosen career."

Congratulations to all of our students. We are proud of you!