OAKGROVE celebrated their second year of A-levels with more excellent results for their sixth formers.
Almost all students achieved A-level passes and the majority of students have also secured places at their university of choice. As Oakgrove Sixth Form only opened in September 2009, this is another fantastic set of results for the school.
Early indications are that university applications have been extremely successful with students studying a variety of degree courses at leading universities including accounting and finance, biomedical science, criminology, creative writing and English, law, marketing and politics.
The top achievers included Matthew Scott who gained an A* in maths and A grades in further maths and physics. He will be going on to read civil and structural engineering at Sheffield University. Amelia Breading also achieved exceptional results with an A* in media studies and A grades in English literature, geography and psychology. She will be going on to study Speech and Language Therapy at City University in London.
Peter Barnes, headteacher, said: “I am delighted with the results which reflect Oakgrove’s commitment to the highest of academic standards in demanding and rigorous subject disciplines.”
Pictured above are Ryan Winter and Amelia Breading, and Ally Cope and Rebecca Straughan