Aspirational futures lie ahead for students at The Sixth
In the face of incredibly challenging circumstances, the strong work ethic and resilience of students in our Sixth Form, coupled with the support of experienced and dedicated teachers, has seen exceptional successes in this year’s A Level and Vocational results.
These A Level and Vocational grades now provide the springboard to a range of exciting opportunities that lie ahead for our students with some fantastic destinations being achieved; some are off to the top universities across the country, including Oxford, Durham, Bristol Manchester, Birmingham, Exeter and Arizona whilst others are going onto Higher Level Apprenticeships or entering the world of work. We are also pleased that a number of students have successfully secured course places in Teaching, Nursing and Engineering.
her results and move to
St Andrews to study Maths.
As well as the collective success mentioned, we are also very proud of our students as individuals. Behind each and every grade is a personal story of hard work, commitment and perseverance.
- Camila Gretschel secured A* A* A* A and is going on to study Biochemical Science and Engineering at UCL.
- Freya Lovric Kemp has gained an incredible A* A* A* and is heading off to Durham University to read French and Modern Languages.
- Angelica achieved A* A* A and is ecstatic to accept her place at the University of St. Andrews to study Maths.
- Having gained A* A A , Amber is looking forward to reading Biochemistry at King's College London.
- Josiah Kempo Wilson achieved an astonishing A* A* A and begins his esteemed degree apprenticeship with AON Insurance
- Nicola Soteriou gained A* A and Distinction* in Chinese, and will now be heading off to Durham to take Chinese as a degree.
- Isabel Sanz will be going to King's College London to study Psychology having gained her A* A* A*
- Emily Brown gained an exceptional A* A* A and is looking forward to her future at SOAS to study Japanese.
- Annie May Goodman secured her apprenticeship in Civil Engineering in Leeds with her incredible results of B B B.
Freya celebrates her three A* grades and heads to Durham University
Felege and Nicole are going to Kent and Northampton to study Finance
Alice celebrates her A* A* A grades and begins a gap year to develop her French language skills.
Annie May successfully begins her degree apprenticeship in Leeds.
Josiah secured his apprenticeship degree with AON Insurance, celebrating his A* A* A.
Isabel has secured her place at King's College London to study Psychology
After securing her
A* A* A, Charlotte is off to study Maths at Leeds University.
Amber celebrates her A* A A and looks forward to studying Biochemistry at King's.
Anthony Graham, Head of Sixth Form, said:
Our inspirational students should be incredibly proud of what they have achieved today. They have encountered many obstacles along the way but remained positive in their approach to their studies and committed to achieving the highest standards. The Sixth at Gumley House has come a long way in recent years and we pride ourselves on our academic success and commitment to providing a personalised experience through our pathways and Scholars’ Programme.
Stephen Byrne, Headteacher, responded:
I am immensely proud of the hard work and talents of each individual student and the commitment of the whole school community which supported them, especially during these unprecedented times. Their aspirational approach to academic study whilst also being role models for the rest of the school and maintaining their interests and passions is commendable. We wish them the very best in the exciting futures which lie ahead.