Valley Park celebrates A Level success!

Valley Park School, its students and their parents are in celebratory spirits this morning, having received 87% of grades at grade C and above - a record 47% being the very top grades.  Three quarters of vocational results were at Distinction or Distinction* and 83% of students are already in a position to take up their place at university.

Against the national backdrop of more challenging vocational and A Level qualifications there have been notable successes for individual students. 

At A Level high attainers were Maria Simonova (A*A*A), Kingsley Kingdon (AAA), Akua Oppey (AAA), Elizabeth Clack (A*AB), Jonathan Beale (AAB) and Adam Tweedie (AAB).

In vocational subjects, significant successes have been seen for Abbie Plaw (A*ACC, Distinction*), Ashleigh Smith (Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction*, C), Lizzie Wesbroom (Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction*, C), Tommy Collins (Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction, Distinction), Katie Beck (A*, Distinction*, Distinction), Georgia Wallace (Distinction*, Distinction, A), Luke Hallford (Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction), Nathaniel Ashwood (Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction, B) and Alfie Crickmore (Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction).

Headteacher Margaret Hutchinson paid tribute to the hard work of students and teachers that led to the these outstanding achievements: “at a time when A Level and vocational qualifications have become much more challenging nationally, it is a credit to the diligence of our students that they have achieved such success.  It is always a pleasure to share results day with our young people and we wish them every success and happiness in the next stage of their lives.”

 


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