Schools within The Marches Academy Trust are celebrating success
The Marches School, Oswestry is continuing to lead Sixth Form education with another set of exceptional A level results with 16% of the year group gaining 3 A*/A grades and 50% of grades being A*-B. Students are celebrating as all of their hard work has paid off giving them the opportunity to choose the future they aspire to.
Our record of academic excellence has again ensured our students will take up places in the most prestigious institutions in the country including Archaeology and Anthropology at Oxford, Chemistry at Warwick, Graphic Communication and Illustration at Loughborough and a Degree Level Apprenticeship with the NHS.
We provide the perfect balance between a pursuit of academic excellence alongside personalised pastoral care. Students can continue their studies from The Marches School to our Sixth Form and this gives our students the confidence to see that all opportunities are possible.
Claire Boyes, Head of Sixth Form at The Marches Sixth Form commented: “I am so proud of all the students have achieved during their time at The Marches Sixth Form. I know they now have access to bright, successful futures and a wealth of exciting opportunities to look forward to; which I will be following as part of our alumni programme”.
Headteacher of The Marches School, Alison Pearson added: “The results are testament to the support from our specialist staff and the determination from our students. We wish all of our students every future success and am pleased that we have been able to support them on that journey as part of The Marches School and Sixth Form community”.
Applications for The Marches Sixth Form are still open for September 2019 start and details can be found on the website marchesschool.co.uk.
Carla Jones: A*, A*, A*
Ethan Bungay: A, A*, A*
Ceri Jones: A, A*, A*
Daniel Hedley: A, A*, A*
Leah Vaughan: B, Distinction, Distinction*
Posted by marchesadmin on 15th August 2019, under Marches
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