Celebrations took place at Manor College on Thursday 17th August, part of the Manor Academy, as students receive their A Level results and secure their futures on competitive courses at their chosen university, on coveted apprenticeships and exciting employment opportunities.
The sixth form students at Manor Academy, part of The Two Counties Trust have achieved some excellent results which reflect the hard work and commitment shown throughout their studies.
Students across the academy performed well, with some of the individual standout achievements including:
- Nathaniel Hobson has achieved a grade A in Maths and three grade Bs in Chemistry, Further Maths and Physics in his A Levels. He has secured his place at The University of Sheffield where he will begin studying Aerospace Engineering in September
- Charlie Barnfather achieved two As in Maths and Chemistry, a grade B in Physics and a grade C in Further Maths. He has secured his place at The University of Sheffield where he will begin studying Aerospace Engineering with an industrial placement year in September.
- Jacob Pearce has achieved a Distinction */Distinction in BTEC Sport and a grade B in A Level Business. He will start an apprenticeship as a Sports Coach with G3A Football Academy.
- Aadit Dharne achieved a Distinction* in BTEC ICT, a grade B in A Level Business Studies and grade Cs in Maths and Physics. He has secured a place at Nottingham Trent University studying a Business Management, Accounting and Finance degree.
- Ana Silva Garcia has achieved two grade Bs and a grade C in her A Levels. Ana will start a degree in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University in September.
Katrina Kerry, Headteacher at The Manor Academy, said:
“At The Manor Academy, we are delighted that our students’ hard work and determination has paid off with these great results. Each student has done themselves, their community, and our academy proud.
“This year’s results are a culmination of ambition, teamwork and high-quality teaching; I would also like to thank our families, teachers and support staff that have helped our Manor College students, especially after a difficult and disruptive few years
“I am very proud to be the Headteacher of The Manor Academy and these results reflect our school’s values and continuing improvement. I would like to wish all of our leavers the very best for their next steps into university, apprenticeships and employment.”