There is once again much cause for celebration at Sandwell Academy after Sixth Form students achieved another excellent set of A Level examination results. Outstanding outcomes included 51% A*/A grades and 78 A*/C grades with 98% of the students achieving three qualifications or better.
Sandwell Academy students have consistently led the way in Sixth Form performance in the borough since it opened in 2006 and this year’s results demonstrate the hard work of students and staff at the Academy.
All students should be rightly proud of their achievements but amongst the stand out performances were:
Kabir Bal - A* English Literature /A History /A Sociology going to the University of Birmingham to study Law.
Ryan Cox - A Biology / A Chemistry / A Mathematics going to the University of Birmingham to study Medicine.
Simren Johal - A* Business / A* Sociology / A English Language going to Aston University to study Business and Politics.
Chloe Parkes - A Biology / A Chemistry / A* Psychology going to the University of Birmingham to study Biomedical Science.
Jakub Smolarczyk - A* Product Design / A Mathematics / B Physics going to Warwick University to study Mechanical Engineering.
James Saunders, Head of the Academy, commented: "I am delighted at the outcomes achieved by our Sixth Form students and send my fullest congratulations to them all. I would like to thank the teachers, support staff and parents for their commitment in encouraging our talented students during their time with us. We look forward to supporting every student to a positive destination at university, college or in an apprenticeship, further training or employment. I know that these young people will go on to achieve great things and make a positive contribution to society in the future. Well done and good luck to them all."
Should you have any queries or comments please contact Miss Duncombe (Sixth Form Admissions Officer) by either:
Or by post:
Sixth Form Admissions Officer,Sandwell Academy,Halfords Lane,West Bromwich,West Midlands,B71 4LG.
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