Successful Year For SRPA Sixth Form
Almost two thirds of all A levels resulted in A* to C grades at Sir Robert Pattinson Academy sixth form – a five per cent increase on last year.
The Academy also saw the school’s pass rate improve on last year – exceeding 97 per cent – with a four per cent improvement from 2018.
Nearly a third of all A levels taken at the Moor Lane school resulted in A* to B grades.
Students also achieved outstanding results in vocational qualifications with top grades in CACHE health and social care, sports studies, media and extended project qualifications.
Among the students who excelled this year are:
- James Tyson – Chemistry – A, Mathematics – A, Physics – B, Extended Project – A and is having a gap year before going to Sheffield to study Chemistry.
- Sophie Alexander- Psychology – B, Religious Studies – A, Sociology – A, going to Sheffield to study Sociology.
- Hannah Holland – Art – A, Geography – B, Media – B, going to Nottingham Trent to study Design, Film and TV.
- Lauren Robinson – English – C, Children’s Play Learning and Development D*, Health and Social Care A* is going to Manchester to study Early Years and Childhood Studies.
- Josiah McNeil – Chemistry – B, Mathematics – B, Physics – B, Extended Project – B, going to Sheffield to study Chemical Engineering.
- Benjamin Clarke – Politics – C, Religious Studies – B, Sociology – C, going to BG to study Theology, Philosophy and Ethics in Society.
Headteacher Dale Hardy said: “It’s been another great year for Sir Robert Pattinson Academy sixth form.
“We are exceptionally proud of our students and look forward to seeing them go out and make their mark on the world and in the communities they live.
“A great many of our students are going onto university and many more will be enriching the economic life of our city by joining local businesses in employment and apprenticeships.
“The school and staff work exceptionally hard to provide our students with the skills necessary to succeed in the world of work and I am confident they will go on to provide a positive impact on Lincoln and its long-term success.”