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Alexandra Park Sixth Form Celebrates A-Level Results

Students and staff at Alexandra Park Sixth Form have again been celebrating an exceptional set of A-Level and Vocational results. This year’s cohort have exceeded the success shown in previous years by increasing the percentage of grades achieved at A*-B to an impressive 62%. Additionally, 30% of all grades were achieved at A or A*.

A number of students have achieved phenomenal results. Thirty individuals achieved 3 or more A*/A grades a few noteable individuals include Jim  – A*A*A*A, Ariadne  – A*A*A*A*, Aishwarya– A*A*A*, Max F – A*A*A*, Alex – A*A*A, Ella A*A*A, Juliet  – A*A*A, Max R– A*A*A, Temmuz – A*A*A and Celia – A*AAA

These A-Level results were matched by an impressive set of Vocational qualifications where the majority students achieved at least a Distinction or Distinction*. This is a great achievement given the reforms that these qualifications have undergone, to include rigorous external assessment. Notable achievers include: Emre Hassan Dist*DD, Dante Jacobs Dist, Dist, A, Bruna Todi Dist, A, A and Gabi Zammit Dist, A, B

Intended destinations for the Class of 2019 include Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, Leeds, UCL, Edinburgh, Queen Mary, SOAS, Bath, Warwick, Birmingham, Newcastle and Exeter and their chosen subjects include Medicine, Architecture, Midwifery, Ancient History, Law, Primary Eduction, Engineering, Marine Biology, Animal Management, Costume Design and Linguistics. Several of our students have secured places on highly competitive degree pathways on the back of their results. These include Granit Jupoli studying Astrophysics at Manchester, Mia Dierks-Treece studying Virology and Immunology at Bristol and Myesha Munro will be studying Classic and English at Oxford.

St John Starkie, Director of Sixth Form said “We are very proud of this level of exceptional performance and the tenacity and resilience of all of our students; some of which have overcome very challenging personal circumstances this year. These results are testament to the hard work of our students and the staff that have supported them so diligently this year. The combination of strong pastoral support, excellent teaching and opportunities to experience some ‘fun’ along the way has resulted in Alexandra Park Sixth Form students aspiring to be the very best and succeeding. Well done!”

“I could not be more proud of the achievements of our students and the dedication shown by our staff,” said the Director of Studies Mo Julian. “The Sixth Form continues to be successful in a broad range of academic, creative and vocational courses. Providing a broad curriculum to a diverse and large student body is central to our core beliefs and it is very satisfying to see them being successful.

“It is also very clear from these results that our focus on quality teaching by expert subject specialists, together with a culture of hard work and high expectations provide an environment where students can thrive and realise their full potential. With these qualifications, they have opened many and varied doors to life beyond Alexandra Park Sixth Form. This success is also down to the fantastic support the students receive from their parents and the wider community connected with the school. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the students for their hard academic work, thank them for their contributions to the wider school community and wish them every success for their collective futures.”