Blessed Robert Sutton Catholic Voluntary Academy in Burton is once again celebrating great results both in terms of achievement and progress.
Acting Headteacher Laura O’Leary said: “This is especially pleasing in light of current unprecedented circumstances. We are very pleased to see that the commitment and hard work of our students has been rewarded and we are incredibly proud of all our students and wish them all the very best for their futures.
“These results reflect hard work, commitment and a genuine desire from students to achieve their potential. We are delighted to have supported these young people in taking a step closer to their chosen future aspirations. It is really pleasing to see that all of their hard work over the last two years has paid off and has been recognised by exam boards.
“We are absolutely thrilled for them and we are grateful for all of their contributions to the school and local community. They have embodied the school’s values throughout their time with us and have been excellent role models. We wish all of our students the very best of luck in the future and look forward to hearing about all of their successes to come.”
Minu Jomy achieved an A in Biology, an A in Chemistry and an A in Maths.
She said: “I am so pleased with my results and to get into the Newcastle University to study Medicine and Surgery. I was in a panic this morning when the UCAS website wasn’t loading but luckily I managed to get onto the site and see I had been offered a place.”
Lewis McHardy achieved an A in Chemistry, an A* in Maths and an A in Physics.
He said: “I am so pleased, I didn’t know what to expect because of the process. Having not sat any exams I didn’t have that feeling that things went well, I hadn’t been nervous in the run up to today until the last few days when the media started reporting all of the problems with results.” Lewis has accepted a place at the University of Nottingham to study Chemical Engineering.
Courtney Wright achieved a B in English Literature, an A in Sociology and a Distinction in Btec Performing Arts.
She said: “It is a great way to finish my time at Robert Sutton, I feel these courses have been a major part of me over the last two years and I am excited to start the next chapter at university. I have been working hard over the summer getting ready for university doing lots of pre-reading about primary education.” Courtney has accepted a place at Edge Hill University studying Primary English with QTS.
Connie Smith achieved a B in PE, a Distinction in Health Studies Btec and an A* in Sociology.
She said: “I’m happy! Really happy! The lead up has been stressful as we haven’t sat any exams and you usually have an idea of how you did and if an exam went well or not. I am pleased to get my place at University and get rewarded for the work I have put in.”