Despite all of the upheaval over the last two years, 2021 has proved to be another excellent year for Tarporley Sixth Form College with outstanding results and many personal, academic achievements. Students have worked incredibly hard, showing both resilience and determination throughout their time at Sixth Form; after eight weeks of robust assessments in the final stages, we can confidently say that the results our students achieved were justly deserved, reflecting their hard work. We are delighted, that 92% of students have reached their chosen destinations.
Once again, there have been many impressive individual achievements: Anna Crayston (A*, A*, A*, A"> has been accepted at University of Bath to read Economics. Jack Millington (A*, A*, A"> will study Medicine at University of Newcastle. Laura Critchley will read English Literature (A*, A*, A*, A"> also at University of Newcastle. Nathan Partington (A*, A*, A*, A"> will study Economics at the University of Bath.
Studying Aeronautics and Astronautics at Southampton University is Charlotte Ratledge, (A*, A*, A"> and attending Warwick University is Immie Hackland (A* A*, A"> who will read Theatre and Performance Studies, whilst Taylor Lloyd (A*, A*, A"> will read Medicine at University of Manchester; At the University of Birmingham, Rohini Paul (A*, A, A) and Zoe Phillips (A*, A*, A, A) will study Medicine and also hoping to study Medicine are Andy Prigg (A*, A*, A) and Nina Walker (A*, A*, A, A). Imogen Dyke (A*, A*, A) will read Architecture at the University of Sheffield and Abi Pawlett (A*, A*, A*, A) will study English Literature at Loughborough University; Joe Willetts (A*, A*, A) will read Modern Languages and History at the University of Birmingham and Keira Yadav (A* A*, A) will be reading Marketing at the University of Liverpool. At the University of Manchester, Ben Walker (A*, A, A, A) will study Software Engineering and Josh Robinson (A*, A, A) will read Film and Television Production at University of York. India Williams (A*, A*, A), will study Biomedical Science or Dentistry; Holly Steward (A*, A, A, A) and Phoebe Nation (A*, A, A, A), will read Law at University of Sheffield and University of Leeds respectively. Studying English with Creative Writing is Abi Woosey (A*, A, A, A) at University of Nottingham and Barley Jeffs (A*, A, A) will read Psychology at the University of Newcastle. Emily Milburn (A*, A, A, A) will read Biomedical Science at University of Sheffield. Olivia Newns (A*, A, A) is studying Media, Communication, Cultures at Leeds Beckett University and Isobel Brookfield (A*, A*, B) will be pursuing her creative aspirations on an Art Foundation Course at the University for the Creative Arts.
Grace Clisby (A*, A, A, B) will read Business and Management at University of York and studying Speech and Language Therapy at University of Manchester is Emma Edwards (A*, A, A). Freya Barge (A*, A, A) will read Journalism-Multimedia at University of Salford whilst Amelia Briscoe (A*, A, A) will study Criminology and Law at University of Lancaster. Annabel Schofield (A*, A, A) will do a combined honours in Linguistics and MFL and Ollie Dodd (A*, A, B) will read Business Management at University of Leeds. There were many more notable performances from students who will be taking up places at university this year to study a range of courses including Philosophy and Politics, Product Design, Criminology, Civil Engineering, Veterinary Science, International Relations, Finance and Accounting, Zoology, Forensic Psychology and Games Design.
"As always results day has been one of high emotion for us here at college", said Tina McMillan, Director of Sixth Form, "This has been another exceptional year group who have not only developed academically during their time here at Tarporley, but also personally, as individuals. This year group in particular have bonded during the most challenging of circumstances and are frequently praised for their mature approach, their teamwork and their leadership. Today is just reward for all their hard work, supported by their families and the dedicated staff at the school. I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success; the resilience they have developed will stand them in good stead for their future pathways. We really will miss them all!"
Tarporley Sixth Form is open to all students with suitable GCSE grades -- five grade 5s minimum. Although many courses are full, there are some places available for the new academic year; students can register for courses on Thursday 12th August and information is on our website. Tarporley Sixth Form College is also open to students who have not previously attended the school. Students can contact the Sixth Form on 01829 732558 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured above celebrating success from left to right:
Josh Robinson, Barley Jeffs, Immie Hackland, Anna Crayston, Jack Millington, Olivia Newns, Laura Critchley, Charlotte Ratledge,Imogen Dyke, Keira Yadav, Taylor Lloyd, Nathan Partington, Joe Willetts
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