Exam Results 2016 - The Brunts Academy

Exam Results 2016

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In picture from left to right:. David Hall, Oliver Featherstone, Carl Atkin (Headteacher), Cally Lambert, Phoebe Rowe and Oliver Bray

Students and staff at The Brunts Academy have worked incredibly hard to ensure the best opportunities for achievement for all. In doing so, students have once again been highly successful in securing places to a wide range of Higher Education institutions to further their studies and achieve their long term ambitions. University destinations include; Oxford University to study Bio-Chemistry, The University of Warwick to study Engineering, The Royal Northern College of Music to study Popular Music, The University of Sheffield to study Medicine, The University of Liverpool to study English Literature and The University of Reading to study Agriculture. In addition, several students have secured Higher Apprenticeships and employment with organisations such as Laing O’Rourke and The RAF.

Our students have performed exceptionally well with a 99.7% pass rate.

Oliver Featherstone who achieved A*, A*, A*, A* in Maths, Physics, Chemistry & Biology and who will be studying Biochemistry at Oxford University, said “I will definitely be celebrating my results and am looking forward to my next steps”.
David Hall who achieved A*, A*, A*, A, in Chemistry, Maths, Physics, plus AS in Further Maths and will be studying Engineering at The University of Sheffield, said “I’m so pleased… my results are better than I expected!”
James Cooke who achieved A, C, C in Music, Maths and Physics and will be studying Popular Music at The Royal Northern College of Music, said “I’m thrilled to be able to study a subject that I am so passionate about”
Ella Heath who achieved A, A, A, in Biology, Chemistry, Maths plus A grade in Extended Project and will be studying Medicine at The University of Sheffield, said “I’m really overwhelmed right now and can’t believe that I will be going to study Medicine”.
Sophie Bennett who achieved B, C in Sociology and English Language & Literature and hopes to train as a Paramedic next year, said “It’s been 2 years of hard work but I’ve done it!”
Neil Davies, Head of 6th form added, “It is highly rewarding to see so many students achieve such positive results which in turn has afforded them both personal and academic success, enabling progress on to their chosen destinations in higher education, employment or training”
Carl Atkin, Headteacher commented “Brunts is extremely proud of our students’ successes and how hard staff have worked to ensure future student destinations are secured. The increased numbers going to university over the last few years shows how students at Brunts make fantastic progress and we wish them all the best for the future”

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