A Levels: A year of great achievements for Lodge Park Academy students
Sixth form students at Corby’s, Lodge Park Academy, part of the David Ross Education Trust are celebrating after receiving their long-awaited A-level results today.
The students and staff celebrated as 93% of students achieved at least 3 A Levels or equivalent at grades A*to E and 60% at grades A* to C.
Mr York, Head of Sixth Form at Lodge Park Academy, said “Once again, Lodge Park sixth formers have made themselves, their families and us very proud. Our students have worked incredibly hard to gain places at a range of universities covering a huge variety of subjects from psychology to law to IT. The sixth form at Lodge Park continues to go from strength to strength and prides itself on the way it nurtures individuals to achieve their potential and prepare them for their next steps.The students in lower sixth have also done incredibly well in their summer examinations with all students successfully grading in all subjects. We’re looking forward to meeting Year 11 students from across the town on Wednesday 6th November to explain why Lodge Park Sixth Form is a great choice for Post 16 education.”
There were plenty of smiles, hugs, laughter and tears of joy at Lodge Park Academy, as students opened their results. Top students included:
- Kamila Jakubiak – A in Photography, B in Art and a Merit in Performing Arts who is planning to attend Norwich University of the Arts to study Fine Art. Kamila was over the moon with her results and thanked Ms Martin for her support in Performing Arts.
- Bianca Petre – A in English Literature, B in Photography and a C in Geography who is planning to attend Aston University to study Psychology.
- Linda Vahnova – Distinction in Business, B in Geography and a C in Photography who is planning to attend Aston University to study Business and Management.
Bianca and Linda said “they are extremely happy with their results. All the hard work has paid off and they can’t wait to start their new journey at university. They thanked everyone for their help and support over the years, especially Mrs Davies.”
- Bethany Wilson – Distinction* in IT, C in Biology and a C in English Literature who is planning to attend Northampton University to study Business Computing (Web Design).
Bethany was rather speechless and overwhelmed with her results. She said she wouldn’t have got the results without the help of the school.