'Our students have much to be proud of with their A Level results,' says Milton Keynes school rated inadequate by Ofsted

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A school rated inadequate by Ofsted this summer has praised its sixth form students on a Level results day.

Stantonbury International School has not given details of its pass rates or how many pupils gained places at university.

But in a statement issued to the Citizen, the school said: "Our Sixth Form students have much to be proud of in

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2020, both in their A level and Applied Technical course results."

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It added: "Their success in the midst of unprecedented challenging times for young people, means that they

can continue their education, enter an apprenticeship or employment, being well prepared to pursue career opportunities.

"Many students will be moving on to study a range of courses at degree level, including Bio-medical Science, Chemical Engineering, Law, Medicine, Psychology, Philosophy, Business and Finance, Aerospace Engineering and Politics.

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"The ‘Class of 2020’ leaves a very positive legacy to inspire the next cohort of students as they embark on their A’ level courses at the school."

The statement said Stantonbury had a well-established sixth form with a diverse curriculum offer and excellent support in place for students.

Applications for enrolment in September 2020 are now open. More information about the Sixth Form can be found on the Stantonbury International School website, while interested students can attend enrolment days on September 3 or 4.

The school, which is a member of the Griffin Schools Trust, was placed on special measures at the end of June after an Ofsted inspection.