Sir John Talbot’s School A-Level Results
The long summer wait is now over for the Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form students, as they collected their A level results today. Students tore open their envelopes to discover their grades with the realisation that their hard-work had been rewarded. Students and staff celebrated a pass rate of over 95%, with both Chemistry and Art having 100% of students achieving A*- B and overall 63% of students achieved at least one A* – B.
Headteacher, Mr David O’Toole, commented, “This year group have worked tirelessly with both their academic study and community engagement and I am incredibly proud of what they have achieved. Sir John Talbot’s students develop into responsible young adults benefiting from the close monitoring of academic standards and progress. Our tutors know the students individually and ensure advice and guidance is personalised. All students follow the extended project in year 12 which has been very successful at developing character and building independence and resilience.”
Mr O’Toole continued, “All students have plans for this September with the majority making successful university applications. We are incredibly proud of the individual successes of all our students.”
Executive Headteacher of The Marches Academy Trust, Sarah Longville, offered her “warmest congratulations” to all students and was “over the moon” with the A Level results.
Most notable achievement at A Level is:
Brett Twist – A*, A, A, B
Posted by marchesadmin on 18th August 2016, under Uncategorized
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