Sixth Form students at South Wirral High School were celebrating some superb A Level and BTEC results, building on the successes of previous years for our Sixth Form. In particular, vocational results were very strong.
The majority of students secured their first choice at university as a result of achieving high grades and securing their conditional offers in a range of courses.
These include Bethany Cavell who achieved Distinction*, Distinction and Grade C and Sian Hutton who achieved Distinction* and Grades B and D who are will both study Psychology and Georgia Miller (Distinction, Distinction and Grade E) who is studying Psychology and Criminology. Abby Keen (Distinction, Distinction and Grade E) and Keely Baines (Distinction* and Grades A and E) will both study Law and Criminal Justice.
A number of students have opted to study Archeology and/or History based courses at University and include Ross Gibson (Distinction, Merit and Grade D), Laura Wiggins (Distinction* and Grades C,D,E), and Ashleigh Hulse (Distinction and Grades C,D,D).
Some other notable successes were Iona McCauley (Distinction, Merit, Merit and Grade C) who has deferred their place on Fashion/Media Make Up courses for a year.
Other students secured a range of alternative destinations including the Armed Forces, Health Care, Construction and Accountancy apprenticeships.
Simon Goodwin, Headteacher, said:
“We are all immensely proud of the students’ achievements and we wish them every success in the future. These results are the product of many months of hard work and dedication by the students and support from and parents.
Everybody associated with Sixth Form @ South Wirral is proud of the achievements of all of our students as they now prepare for the next exciting chapter of their lives. As always, many of the real success stories are where students have exceeded all expectations through sustained hard work and excellent teaching. We would like to thank and congratulate everyone involved in enabling our students to achieve their potential.