EXCELLENT UNIVERSITY PLACES ABOUND FOR SHOREHAM ACADEMY SIXTH FORMERS
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Shoreham Academy A-Level Results
Sixth Formers at Shoreham Academy will be once again taking up places at some of the UK’s top universities, after A Level grades were published yesterday.
Despite the challenges surrounding the awarding of A Levels this year, Shoreham Academy Sixth Form students have been able to secure places at their first and second choice universities across a broad range of disciplines. This comes in a year when the school’s university application rate number was at its highest, including many applications to Russell Group universities.
Some impressive student successes include:
- George Thomas, who will take up his place to study Maths at the University of Durham;
- Maryam Siddiqa, who will take up her place to study Medicine at Brighton Sussex Medical School;
- Kaleh Ndegwe, who will take up her place to study Biomedical Studies at Swansea University;
- Billy Dinsdale, who will take up his place to study Economics at the University of Warwick;
- Florence Taylor-Cooper, who will take up her place to study English at the University of Bristol;
- Eleanor Binks, who will take up her place to study Psychology at the University of Manchester;
- Louie Heal, who will take up his place to study Computer Science at the University of Nottingham.
In addition to these successes, students at the school are set to embark on some notable apprenticeships, with Josh Dindsdale securing a Cyber security apprenticeship at Deloitte and Owen Johnson securing an Engineering apprenticeship at Rolls Royce.
Jim Coupe, Principal at Shoreham Academy, said:
“I am very pleased to see our Sixth Formers moving on successfully to the next stages of their lives and education, with so many set to join prestigious Russell Group universities this autumn. At Shoreham Academy, we pride ourselves on delivering both academic rigour and education with character and I know that the skills, experiences and opportunities that students have received during their time here will help them thrive in whatever they do next.
“It is exactly this strength of character and resilience from our students that has shone through in recent months, during what has been an undeniably difficult time for everyone. I wish them all the very best as they take their next steps at university and beyond.”
Kieran Felton, Assistant Principal overseeing the Sixth Form, added:
“On behalf of our Sixth Form staff, I want to congratulate students today for the hard work and dedication they have shown throughout their results. Even through the difficulties of this year, they have been an honour to teach and I look forward to seeing what they achieve next as they move onto Higher Education and begin their adult lives.”
- Alice Gladman who will take her place to study Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Chichester.
- Florence Taylor-Cooper who will take her place to study English at the University of Bristol.
- Group shot of Shoreham Sixth Form Students (Left to Right, Ross Evans, Billy Groom, Jamie Edes, Alex Dyball, Front Jade Humberstone & Mr Felton).