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Success for sixth form students at schools in the Greenshaw Learning Trust

A level students from across the GLT have been celebrating their achievements.

Sixth form students and their teachers have been celebrating their achievements across GLT schools with some outstanding performances by individual students as well as excellent attainment and progress across the board. The vast majority of students achieved their first choice university and higher education destinations. 
 
Will Smith, Chief Executive Officer of GLT, said, “These excellent results showcase the hard work and commitment of students, staff and parents over the last few years. Our students are being given the best possible opportunities to progress into the next phase of their lives, whether that be at prestigious universities, into high quality apprenticeships or into further education. I congratulate all of our students and wish them the very best as they journey forward.”
 
Brakenhale School, in Bracknell Forest, saw record results, with an increased number of students achieving the highest possible grades and students progressing to Royal Holloway and Manchester Universities as well as onto higher level apprenticeships including Cyber Security with Transport for London. For further details, please see the school’s  website.
 
Students at Greenshaw High School, in Sutton, achieved another excellent set of results with half of all grades at A*-B. Students’ progression included Computing at Imperial College and English at Cambridge University. For further details, please see the school’s website.
 
Orchard Park High School, in Croydon, saw record attainment and progress across the board, with over a third of grades at A*-B, a 100% pass rate for BTEC and many students progressing onto Russell Group universities. For further details, please see the school’s website.
 
Yate Academy, in South Gloucestershire, saw significant improvements on previous years in achievement and progress, with nearly a third of all grades at A*-B and over 50% of grades in vocational subjects at Distinction or Distinction Star. 100% of the students entered for the extended project passed and destination degree courses included Business, Biomedical Science and Architecture and Design. For further details, please see the school's website.
 
At Henley Bank High School, in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, a cohort of students in Year 13, who have been part of an external Virtual Learning UK run course, focused on Level 3 BTEC Sport. The results were excellent, with a 100% pass rate and three of the nine students finishing with three ‘Distinction Star’ grades.