Student retention from Year 12 to Year 13 is very high.
In 2019 – 2020 retention was 97%
Currently, in 2020 – 2021 retention is 94%
RESULTS AND DESTINATIONS HIGHLIGHTS (2021)
We are delighted that our students have come to the end of their sixth form academic studies having managed to overcome the challenging 2 years they have faced during the pandemic. Our students have shown dedication and resilience, and have adapted effectively to ever-changing guidance, routines and structures.
Many of our students have achieved A* and A grades in the subjects they studied, including A*s for Charlie (history and drama), Tiana (biology and politics), Nathan (maths, further maths and physics) and Abigail (English Literature, history and psychology). 6 of our students achieved the highest possible grade in their BTEC business or CTEC health and social care course, achieving D*D*D* and these include Lauren, Ilhan and Faizah.
There are many students who have been offered places at prestigious universities and we are overjoyed that Clare has secured a place at Fitzwilliam College at the University of Cambridge to study English. In addition to this, Gabija is looking forward to studying veterinary science at The Royal Veterinary College.
Our students have chosen to continue their educational journey by studying a range of subjects at universities across the United Kingdom. We have students studying history, psychology, astrophysics, law, anthropology, Korean and linguistics as well as many others. Students are travelling to Birmingham, Exeter, Kent, Manchester and Scotland and many students are choosing to study at London universities.
We are very proud of our students who have successfully achieved a place on a degree apprenticeship. After a long process of applications, interviews and test centres Abu is starting a degree apprenticeship in chartered management with BT and Fesal is embarking on a degree apprenticeship with Amazon.
Some of our students have decided to leave education and begin their next journey in employment. Matthew and Nojus have started work as junior software engineers and Lauren is working as a teaching assistant.
We are incredibly proud of all of our students. We are proud of their achievements, skills, adaptability, resilience and hard work and we wish them the very best of luck for the future’.