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A Level Results Press Release

Posted by: Josh Blakley on 13-08-2020

Hollyfield Sixth Form once again proved its commitment to excellence on A Level Results Day as students celebrated their success in winning places at a prestigious range of universities and apprenticeships. Notable successes include Loki, who will take up a place on one of the most competitive courses in the country, to read Mathematics at Imperial College London. Loki said that “Hollyfield provided the ideal environment to get the grades I needed. The teaching was personal and engaging.” In the Sciences Ellie Tong won a place to study Biological Sciences at Exeter and Alice Bourne will study Biology at Sheffield University.


Josh will study at the University of Bath where he will do a Business course which has the invaluable experience of professional placements. Sophie has worked superbly throughout her time at Hollyfield and she is rewarded with a place at Southampton to study Music. Sophie said “I’ve loved my time at Hollyfield- it made me the person I am”. T


 There was success for our linguists as Ellen’s hard work means she will study History and Spanish at Bristol University. Calum also won a place at King's College London where he will study Modern Languages with a year abroad.


Other successes include Mohammed who will study Computer Science at Surrey and Oliver who will read Law at Liverpool University. Our sporting stars of the future did superbly as well- Melissa - who competed at the Cheerleading World Championships will study Sports and Exercise Science at Surrey and Amber, whose aim is to row at the Olympics in the future, is off to University of Texas at Austin to study P.R Advertising and Sports Media on a rowing scholarship.


Some of our students also secured excellent apprenticeships such as Matt who is training to become a police officer and Sonny who will do an accounting apprenticeship. Ms Jackson, the new Head Teacher of Hollyfield School said “I am delighted that so many of our students have secured their places at university or in apprenticeships. The students have had a difficult few months so it was a privilege to meet so many of them today and to hear about the exciting futures they have ahead of them. The sixth form staff and teachers have supported the students so well throughout their time at Hollyfield, including during lockdown. They will continue to do so if any of them need help in navigating their next steps. Wherever our young people choose to go next, we wish them well and hope they will look back on their Hollyfield experience as a happy and successful one.”


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