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Posted on August 13th 2020
Strong Results For A-Levels, Sport and Vocational Subjects
We would like to congratulate our Sixth Form students for achieving so many outstanding results, in what has been a very difficult and unusual year.
52 per cent of A-Level grades were an A-B, while around 91 per cent of all students taking technical qualifications have received a distinction or distinction*.
"We know this has been a difficult time for students and their families and we recognise the anxiety and frustration caused by the uncertainty over the examination results process," said Principal Peter Groves.
"I would like to thank and congratulate each one of our students for the hard work they have put in, which has enabled them to achieve these results. I am very proud of them and wish them every success for the future."
Well done to Bilal, who will now be studying Physiotherapy at Brighton.
Georgie plans to looking for the right apprenticeship while working full time.
Louis is now going on study Law at the University of Essex.
Luis has a place to study Sport and Exercise Sciences at London Southbank University.
While Harris Boys’ Academy in East Dulwich is still awaiting its confirmation of its full results data, its head teacher says early indications show it has been a particularly successful year for sports. Article courtesy of Southwark News.
Two students, Ben and Jamie, have secured the grades they need to go to the University of Surrey and study Sport Exercise and Science. The university has one of the top courses in this particular field in the UK.
Peter Groves, the academy’s head teacher, gave another special mention to student Jaabir (pictured below) who gained an AAB and will be going to study Economics at Queen Mary, University of London.
Peter Groves, Head of Academy at Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich, said: “We are extremely proud of all our students today. It is hugely rewarding to see them receive the outcomes they need.
“They have all been a pleasure to teach and we look forward to keeping in touch with them as they take their next steps.”
Ben, who will be studying at the University of Surrey.
Jamie, another Sports Exercise and Science student.