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A Level Celebrations at Swanwick Hall School

We are delighted that Swanwick Hall students are once again celebrating some excellent A Level results and send our congratulations to them, their families and their teachers. Students’ plans involve university or apprenticeships and employment to destinations including Durham, Warwick, Lincoln, Sheffield, Liverpool and Chester.

Whilst the majority of our students continue to access university places, alternative routes include jobs with local companies, art courses at college, applications to the RAF, apprenticeships, gap years and a football scholarship in the USA.

Oli Hill, who achieved 4 A* grades, will take up a place at the University of Warwick to study economics; Craig Wilbourne, who achieved 1 A* and 3 A grades will study computer science at the University of Birmingham; Lydia Naylor, who achieved an A grade and 2 B grades, will study biological sciences at Durham University; Daniel Clarke will attend the University of Leeds to study chemistry after achieving 3 A grades and 1 B grade; Joshua Appleton will be taking up a place at CAE Oxford for commercial pilot training after achieving 2 A grades and 1 B grade.

Other courses include primary education, education with psychology and counselling, sport coaching, history, English literature, TESOL and linguistics, professional policing, music production, international business, accountancy and business, philosophy, psychology and scientific thought and adult nursing.

The diversity of the destinations and courses to be studied reflect the strength and breadth of the curriculum offer within our Sixth Form and the quality of the support and advice offered by our team to ensure that students are able to pursue their ambitions with success.

We are delighted to report a strong pass rate this year for our students, with several managing to exceed their challenging targets. Additionally, as students and staff develop their knowledge of the new challenging qualifications now available in post 16 learning, we are pleased to report a number of students achieving to the very highest levels with several A* or Distinction* grades across the curriculum. We wish all of our Year 13 students the very best, whatever career path they choose, and look forward to hearing about their undoubted successes in the future.