Students at the Outwood Post 16 Centre in Worksop excel by achieving ‘fantastic’ A Level results again

Students at the Outwood Post 16 Centre in Worksop have continued to excel by achieving ‘fantastic’ results again this summer with almost 100 per cent of students earning an A-Level pass grade.

Friday, 14th August 2020, 1:17 pm
Updated Friday, 14th August 2020, 1:17 pm

The post 16 centre based had another successful year of A-Level results with 99.1 per cent of students achieving a pass grade and 24 per cent obtaining an A*/ A grade.

Janette Shea, head of the centre said: “We are delighted with the results our students have achieved again this year which is testament to the incredibly hard work of all our students, their families, staff, the trust board and governors at the Outwood Post 16 Centre Worksop that we have yet again performed so well.”

Executive Principal, Dr Philip Smith, praised the hard work of all students and staff, thanking Mrs Shea for her outstanding leadership in ensuring students leave well prepared for their next phase in life.

Lauren Emmens was a high achiever at the Outwood Post 16 Centre in Worksop with (A*, A*, A*, A)

He said: “The value of education is not only about subject knowledge and qualifications but is rooted in the ability to apply skills and adapt to the unexpected; the work of all at Worksop’s Post 16 Centre has created an educational foundation that will ensure students go on to excel in the future.”

High achiever Lauren Emmens has secured her place at the University of St Andrews to study Chemistry after she achieved 3 A* grades in Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths along with a grade A in Physics.

Amy Hagen also achieved fantastic results with 2 A* grades in History and Maths along with 2 A grades in Further Maths and Spanish.

Another high achiever was Jessica Bladen, who achieved 2 A* grades and an A grade.

Amy Hagen also achieved fantastic results with 2 A* grades in History and Maths along with 2 A grades in Further Maths and Spanish.

Two students have been successful in gaining a place at the University of Oxford – Georgia Fields to study Chemistry and Anelia Simpson to study Biochemistry (Molecular and Cellular), whilst Madison Allardyce has gained a place at the University of Cambridge to study History.

Other notable achievements included students Trang Kowalkowska, (A*, A*, A), and Kelly Moore, (A*, A*, A).

Jessica Bladen was another high achiever with 2 A* grades and an A grade.