A Level Results 2017

Since opening The Marches Sixth Form in 2013, the school is yet again celebrated a third set of outstanding results in August. Students reaped the rewards for their hard-work with a greater number of students than ever achieving the highest grades with 22% at A/A*

Students have gained access to their first choice courses at top universities including; Cambridge, Durham, Manchester and Internationally in the United States with scholarship.

Our most able students are supported through a bespoke Scholars programme, a unique curriculum of on-going guidance, stretch and support through the full two years to ensure their university applications successfully compete with the best. The programme has borne fruit again with successful entry to Saint John’s College Cambridge for one student, for the second year running.

The programme has gone from strength to strength with the growth of the Biomedical Society this year.

Results have also enabled graduate, degree level apprenticeship programmes being won with companies at the cutting edge of industry, including JCB and BT.

Claire Boyes, Head of Sixth Form said, “We are immensely proud of all our students and would like to congratulate and celebrate their achievements and wish them well as they embark upon the next stage of their career path. As part of the Marches Academy Trust, The Marches Sixth Form is large enough to offer extensive opportunities to our students but small enough to nurture each and every individual to reinforce our vision of achievement through caring. “

“With an increasing number of students now choosing to remain with us until the age of 18, as well as welcoming students who have completed their 11-16 education in other schools, we are enhancing our course offering year on year and for the first time we have offered the national BTEC qualifications, in addition to extending our A level courses”.

Executive Headteacher of The Marches Academy Trust, Sarah Longville said “We are delighted with another record year of successful results and would like to congratulate every student on their personal successes.”

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A Level Results 2017