A Level Students Reap Rewards from Unique Approach to Academic Excellence
Once again, the Marches School are celebrating a 100 percent pass rate for their Sixth Form students.
The Marches School Sixth Form offers a unique, individual style of care which is bearing fruit. The Head of the Sixth Form, Mrs Claire Boyes is clearly very proud of all they have achieved. She commented: “The Marches School Sixth Form is dedicated to understanding the individual student, knowing their ambitions, closely monitoring their progress and ensuring that they never settle for less than their best.”
Students from the Marches School Sixth Form have their sights set very high. Finley Hudson has achieved 4 A* grades at A Level, securing a highly competitive place at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology. Lord Dyson wrote to Mrs Boyes and explained that Finley had been chosen due to his “passion, intellect and tenacity”.
Sam West, George Garratt and Tom Evans matched Finley’s grades by achieving straight A*s and will follow a traditional route by attending the country’s top universities, and studying English Literature, Medicine and Chemistry.
Headteacher, Mrs Alison Pearson added: “The academic challenge of studying at the Marches School Sixth Form is great and I am very proud of all of the students. They are supported by the best specialist teachers and have built on their success at GCSE, going on to fulfil their potential at A Level. I am excited to see them take up their places in our top universities and become captains of industry. I look forward to hearing about their progress.”
Applications for the Marches School Sixth Form are still open for September 2018 start. The Marches School Sixth Form is hosting an Open Evening on Wednesday 24th October.
The Marches Sixth Form is looking forward to celebrating its five year anniversary in September and is holding a reunion in December.
For more information on the Sixth Form Open Evening and the reunion, please contact email@example.com.
Posted by marchesadmin on 16th August 2018, under Marches
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