Sixth form students at St Wilfrid’s celebrate their A Level and Vocational results
Students at St Wilfrid’s are celebrating today after achieving their A Level and Vocational results. Students achieved a very pleasing average points score per entry of 202.47. Vocational performance was particularly exceptional, with an APS per entry of 234.61. We know that this cohort have made exceptional progress from their KS5 start points.
Many of our students performed exceptionally well and they are now accepting their university offers, heading off to all parts of the country to start on their courses. Outstanding performances include those of:
Joseph Plater – who achieved A;Â A*;Â A* and will go onto study Natural Sciences at Lancaster.
Sinead McCullough who achieved A*; A;Â A and will study Languages at Bristol.
Luke Taylor who achieved A*;Â A; A and will go onto study Maths at Imperial College.
Daniel Howard who achieved A A A and will go onto York University to study Maths and Physics.
Outstanding Vocational results were achieved across the cohort. Noteworthy performances come from:
Alex Drury who achieved the equivalent of 4 Distinction* in Sport and ICT; he will study Sports Journalism at Derby.
Abbey Hetherington, who also achieved the equivalent of 4 Distinction* in Sciences, Sport and Law; she plans to undertake a course in Adult Nursing.
Kennedy Nuttall, who achieved 3 Distinction* equivalent in SportÂ and will continue to Sheffield Hallam to study PE and School Sport.
We are delighted with an overall pass rate at A level of 76.6% achieving the equivalent of grades A*-E. We are also very pleased with our excellent Vocational results of Distinction + 234.61 APS
Acting Headteacher: Mrs Helen Gilroy said:
Congratulations and well done to all the students on their excellent results. I am delighted that their hard work and commitment has been rewarded. As a Sixth Form College, we are proud that students have the opportunity to study such a wide range of A level and Vocational courses. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all staff and our year 13 students who have contributed so much to the school community over the past few years; we are very proud of all their achievements. We wish all our students every success for the future as they embark on university courses, venture into the world of work or take the opportunity to travel.