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Celebrating sixth form success

Celebrating sixth form success

Today we are delighted to be celebrating the fantastic performance of our students across The Consortium Sixth Form College. There have been many challenges over last couple of years, but our students have risen to the occasion and can now rightly celebrate the culmination of all their hard work. We would also like to thank all the staff in our schools who have supported them and enabled them to achieve their potential and progress onto the next exciting stage of their lives. Across our four sixth form campuses we have many individual success stories, including: 

At Cottingham Campus:

Charlie achieved a B in Business, B in History, and an A in Criminology which will allow him to progress onto an International Business course at the University of Liverpool. Abbie achieved an A* in the Extended Project Qualification, A in History, A in Geography and A in English Literature. She will study English and History at the University of York. Jemima achieved an A in Geography, an A in Maths, an A in Politics, an A* in the Extended Project Qualification and a B in English Literature, which has secured her a place at the University of York to study Law.

At Hessle Campus:

Marius achieved grades A*AAC and is going to Manchester to study Physics and Maths. Two of Hessle’s Head Students, Rose and Nick, both achieved A*AA, with Rose going to York to study English Literature and Nick going to UCL to study Comparative Literature. Ella achieved grades A*A*D and is moving on to a Fine Art course at York St John.

At Holderness Campus:

Amelia achieved an A* in English Literature, As in History and Music, and a B in Psychology and will go on to study English at York. Connie achieved an A* in Art, Bs in Biology and RE and a C in Chemistry and will study Forensic Anthropology at Dundee. Brandon achieved D* in BTEC ICT, A in Maths, B in Physics, C in Further Maths and will study Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology at Lancaster.

At Wolfreton Campus:

Law was a popular choice at Wolfreton. Rosie achieved an A in Law, A in Politics, and a B in English Literature and will study Law at Sheffield; Lewis achieved A* in Law, A* in Geography, and an A in English Literature and will study Law at York and Jess achieved an A* in Law, A* in English Literature, and an A in Geography and will study Law at Leeds. Oliver was delighted to be progressing onto an apprenticeship with the NHS and Joe anticipates training as a paramedic.

We wish all of our students lots of luck and happiness as they progress down their chosen pathway.