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Teachers and students at The Victory Academy celebrate A Level results

Teachers and students at The Victory Academy celebrate A Level results

Students are heading to top universities following A Level grades achieved at The Victory Academy.

Excitement and nerves reigned heavily on A Level results day, as is the usual mixture of emotions as students attend school to pick up their long-awaited A Level results.

Students at The Victory Academy have seen success across a range of subjects and have secured places at some of the country’s top universities, even under the uncertainty of Covid, lockdown and remote learning.

Mandy Gage, Executive Principal at The Victory Academy said:

“The way in which the students have carried themselves throughout this difficult year has been amazing.

“They have shown a fantastic work ethic and commitment in their determination to improve their life chances.

 “I am exceptionally proud of each and every single one of them and it is wonderful to see so many happy students reaping the rewards of their hard work.”

In a vast array of fantastic results there have been some stand out individual achievements, including Jake Hooper-Ross, who gained straight As and is off to University of Bristol to study Computer Science.

Eduardo Pereira will be studying Sociology at the University of Southampton and Ryan Foord will be studying Business Management at the University of York.

In addition, one particular student who has been teaching herself Japanese since she was 9 years old alongside her regular studies, is Mia Barden.  Mia secured her place at University of Leeds and will study language further.

Another outstanding achievement is Stefan Blog who didn’t speak English when he joined the academy, is now set to leave for Canterbury Christ Church University to study Mechanical Engineering.

 

Mandy Gage wished each of the students the best for the future and said;

“I would like to thank them for everything they have done for the school and send them my very best wishes for the future.”