Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form staff celebrate with Year 13 students
Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form staff are celebrating with their students as they receive their A level results today being on hand to provide support for their future pathway.
Students have seen their hard work rewarded with nearly half of all students being awarded at least one A*-B.
Michelle Jones, Head of Sixth Form commented that “These students have formed an exceptional year group throughout their time at Sir John Talbot’s and thoroughly deserve the success. They have gone onto create a thriving Sixth Form community alongside the positive contribution of students that joined from other schools.”
The Sixth Form prides itself on offering a balance between a pursuit for academic excellence alongside personalised pastoral care with this year seeing the strongest academic performance in both the sciences and arts subjects.
Students have built their resilience for what is to follow and are excitedly looking forward to studying at a range of prestigious institutions including Birmingham, Lancaster and Liverpool. Subjects they will be studying include Engineering, Biomedicine, Maths, Policing and Nursing.
Head of School for Sir John Talbot’s, Tim Stonall added: “The sudden start to lockdown was particularly hard to take for some of our students who were completely focused on proving themselves in the summer exams. The results students are receiving today should be seen as a mark of their commitment towards academic excellent during their time with us in the Sixth Form and the strong relationships they have established with the staff. Our staff will be now continue to work with every student to ensure they are equipped for the next steps on their journey. We wish all of our students every future success and I am pleased we have been able to support them within our Sixth Form community.”
Applications for Sir John Talbot’s Sixth Form are still open for September 2020 start and details can be found on the website sirjohntalbots.co.uk.
Notable achievements 2020:
Allana Adams: A, A, A, A
Emily Bonet Wheatley: A, A, B, B
Benedict Craig: A*, B, B
Bronwyn Poole: A, A, B
Joe Rutherford: A*, A*, A*, C
Abbie Sandland: A, A, B
Ethan Smith: A, B, B
Posted by marchesadmin on 13th August 2020, under SJT
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