Academic Excellence and Results
Sharnbrook Sixth Form Results 2019
The link to the 16-18 performance tables page can be accessed here
Sharnbrook Academy are delighted to be able to celebrate the outstanding A level successes of their 6th form students today.
The Class of 2019 achieved some excellent grades which has secured some places at the world’s best universities, including Oxford University, while others have won highly prized apprenticeships with firms including McIntyre Hudson and Red Bull.
Out of a cohort of 238 students, 74 achieved at least one A*/A grade with 16 students achieving three or more of these top grades.
Kitty Towler, Daniel Vignjevic and James Wilson each achieved three A* grades, whilst Jessica Crabb achieved two A* grades and an A. Ruari Craig, Ailish Gray, Lottie Robinson, Naomi Thompson, Catherine Upex and Amy Wassif all achieved one A* grade and two A grades.
Two students have confirmed places at Oxford University:
- Kitty Towler will be reading mathematics at Somerville College.
- Kieron Peyton, who achieved 3 A grades, will be reading history at Merton College.
Additionally, Jessica Savill is off to Birmingham University to read medicine.
Students studying our vocational courses as part of their 6th form studies also performed exceptionally well. Of particular note are:
Paris Black, Leah Healey, Henry Oxley and Archie Rogers, all of whom achieved double Distinction* in media production.
Emma Beeden and Ella Harris both achieved double Distinction* in health and social care.
Many of our students are also choosing an apprenticeship route with prestigious companies:
James Lockwood and Morgan Lee have secured accounting placements with McIntyre Hudson.
Cavan Saunders has secured an accountancy apprenticeship with Red Bull
Lisa Rattu, Operational Director of Sixth Form Studies at Sharnbrook Academy, said:
“We are all very proud of the outstanding achievements of our students. Our aim is to be an academic and high-achieving sixth form, focused on providing a broad curriculum and outstanding teaching, which delivers excellent results.
“Our students’ hard work and talent has been rewarded today and I would also like to thank our fantastic teaching staff and parents for their vital support. We know that the students we have said goodbye to this year, have exciting futures ahead of them – we wish them all the very best for the next stage in their lives, whichever route they have chosen.”