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A Level Results day

A Level Results 2017 - Fantastic Results

2017 : Thomas Alleyne’s High School

Thomas Alleyne’s High School sixth form students have produced another fantastic set of individual results in their exams this year.

The pass rate was 98% which has once again enabled students to secure top university places including Oxford University and Higher Apprenticeships as well as enter into the world of work.

Vocational subjects have continued to secure superb results with a 100% pass rate which will place students in the top 1% nationally for their achievement.

A high proportion of students achieved exceptional A-level results, and the vast majority of students have been successful in securing places at their first choice university.

There have been some exceptional individual performances:

Alfie Holmes A* A* A* A*. Alfie has been accepted to study Maths at Oxford Univeristy

Harry Cooper A* A* A A. Harry is planning to study computing at Imperial College London.

Ben Woodhead A* A* A. Ben has secured a place at Durham university to study Geography.

Hayley Winstanley A* A A. Hayley will be studying make up for media and performance at University of Bournemouth.

Megan Jones A A A. Megan has been successful in securing a place to study Geography at Lancaster University. 

Alex Canning A A A. Alex has been accepted to study Medicine at Keele University

Harvey Marples A A B B. Harvey will be studying Physics at Nottingham University.

Megan Gardiner A A B. Megan has secured a place to study Physiotherapy at Birmingham university.

Lucy Ormiston-Lee A A B. Lucy has secured a place to study Pharmaceutical Sciences.

William Pennell A A B. William has secured a position to study Physics.

Martha Taylor A* B C. Martha will be studying at fine art at Manchester Met university.

Peter Walker A B B. Peter has secured a place at to study engineering.

Mrs Dodd Assistant Headteacher said, “We are once again thrilled to congratulate so many students in achieving such positive results which in turn have enabled them to progress on to their chosen future destinations. These grades are a testament to students’ and staffs’ hard work, perseverance and determination, despite a range a range of national challenges, including the introduction of new specifications in most subject areas. We are truly privileged to have worked with such a diligent group of learners and would also like to extend our congratulations and thanks to parents and families who have provided so much support.’’

The following students performed exceptionally successful across both vocational and academic qualifications.

Johnathon Mackay Distinction*, Distinction*, A, B.

George Simister Distinction*, Distinction*, B. George has been accepted to study broadcast journalism at Salford University.

Tyler Williams Distinction*, Distinction*, C. Tyler has secured an apprenticeship at Total Enterprise Solutions

Luke Orzechowski Distinction*, A, B. Luke will be returning to Poland to continue his studies.

Jack William Hall Distinction*, Distinction*, B. Jack will be studying Computer Systems at Nottingham Trent University.

In addition to this Eve Abram, Victoria Clinton and Aislyn Hall have all secured places to study music at the prestigious Birmingham and Leeds Conservatoire schools of music.  

Headteacher, Mrs Rudge commented ‘We are so delighted with our students’ results. They are testament to the students’ hard work, the support of their families and strong teaching and support from staff at Thomas Alleyne’s. Our outgoing Year 13 group have not only excelled academically they have also been superb role models to other students throughout their time at Thomas Alleyne’s. We are sad to see them move on but wish them well for the next step in their lives, be that in work, apprenticeships or at University.’

Academic success is important in our school, however along with it we are passionate in providing opportunities to ensure students have chance to develop skills in teamwork, independence, resilience and creativity. Over 70 community-minded Year 11 students took part in the National Citizenship project, spending time in a local University, raising significant amounts for charity and completing a range of outdoor activities. Experiences like this give our students the opportunity to understand the world around them a little better and also helps them foster confidence, tolerance and perseverance.

Alison Trenery chair of governors said, "I am delighted to see another excellent set of results from Thomas Alleyne’s Sixth Formers, and such an impressive performance in both vocational and academic subjects. These results, together with the tremendous level of extra activities and community engagement undertaken by these Sixth Formers, should open doors into interesting and rewarding careers.  They are a credit to the school, their families and the local community."

Over the summer we have been focusing on further developing the environment in school and are pleased to have new lighting and computer infrastructure installed.

On the 4th October we welcome prospective parents/carers to our annual open evening for Year 9 and on the 11th October for Year 12. In addition to the open evening we will be holding school tours where parents can join our senior team during the school day.

If anyone is interested in joining the Sixth Form, please contact the school on 01889 561820 or email sixthform@tahs.org.uk”