Sheffield South East VI Form Students Celebrate A Level Results
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Students at Sheffield South East VI Form, based at Sheffield Park Academy, are celebrating today as they confirmed their places at university.
Despite a challenging few years due to the pandemic, the school’s average A Level grade across all subjects this year was a B. For Level 3 equivalent qualifications, an impressive 87% of entries were marked at the highest possible grades of Distinction and Distinction*.
Testament to their hard work, 100% of students who applied to university have secured a place, with several going on to the country’s most prestigious Russell Group institutions.
Among those VI Formers celebrating today are:
- Silvia, who has secured at place at the University of Nottingham to study Medical Physiology and Therapeutics;
- Ishaaq, who is set to study Law at Newcastle University;
- Naima, who has secured a place at the University of Lincoln to study Pharmacy;
- Collins, who will be heading off to the University of Hull to study Gateway to Medicine; and
- Ilma, who will be going to Queen Mary University of London to read Politics and International Relations.
Commenting on students’ achievements, Roland Freeman, Principal at Sheffield Park Academy, said:
“We are extremely proud of our VI Form students who have worked hard and shown real determination to achieve their ambitions. Once again, we have students moving on to attend some of the UK’s top universities and achieving places on competitive apprenticeship and training courses. I am confident that they will go on to become influential leaders of tomorrow.
“In addition to congratulating all our students, I want to thank parents and carers across the school community for the unrelenting support they have shown, both to their children and our academy. Thank you also to our excellent VI Form team whose dedication and hard work has empowered our students to take the next steps towards achieving their goals.”
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