Glossopdale School

Glossopdale Sixth Form Celebrate Another Year of Amazing Student Achievements!

In these very strange times it is important for us to remember that the students who have received their A Level results this year have worked exceptionally hard and deserve to be recognised for their achievements. At Glossopdale Sixth Form we are very proud of our students, their exam results and the resilience they have shown throughout their time with us.

Debbie McGloin, Headteacher, comments ‘Well done to all of our students for whom the long wait for results is over, they should feel proud of everything they have achieved in the most extraordinary and difficult circumstances and I couldn’t be more proud of them. The vast majority of our students have the grades they need for the next stage in their life and I wish them all the best for their future.’

We have lots to celebrate this year and, as with every year, wish students all the very best of luck on their rich and varied future pathways, which include:

·         Nassi Frank – Cambridge University – Engineering

·         Elizabeth Aldridge – Leeds University to study Sociology

·         Andrew Brooks/Jack Clegg/Nathan Jackson and Mark Knight – All going to study                Sports Science at Liverpool Hope University

·         Charlotte Marchington Lyons  - De Montfort University, Leicester – Contour Fashion

·         Alex Oliver – Royal Holloway University, London – History and Music

·         Emily Moore – Leeds, Medicinal Chemistry

·         Christopher Robinson – Lancashire University, Computer Game Development

·         Demi Sale – Leeds Beckett, Fine Art

·         Faye Singleton – The Northern School of Contemporary Dance

·         Maddie Szita – Sheffield Hallam, Social Work

·         Dylan Wilkinson – Durham, Psychology

·         Florence Woolley – Leeds, Comic and Concept Art

·         Jianhao Xu – Manchester, Computer Science

  

 

Mrs Fionula Flaherty, Assistant Headteacher Sixth Form, comments: ‘Of course we are delighted with the academic achievements of our students this year but this is just a small part of a bigger picture. Our students leave us with many wonderful memories. They have been a fabulous year group, characterised by their fun and sense of humour and a real generosity of spirit, shown in their charity work and the time they have given to support younger children with their reading, extra curricula clubs and progress in lessons. We wish them well in achieving their aspirations for the future.’

 

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