Students at SWB6th at Ormiston SWB Academy have received their Level 3 results today, with students going on to University, apprenticeships and exciting employment opportunities.

SWB6th is delighted to report some strong individual achievements including:

  • Owen Blakemore – who achieved grades of A (Psychology), B (Biology) and C (Mathematics) to gain a place at the University of Worcester to read Psychology
  • Both Lauren Woolley (A in Art and double distinction in HSC) and Geraldine Tondori (B in Psychology, C in Sociology and Distinction in HSC) will go on to study Nursing at Coventry University.
  • Chloe Farrow will take up a place to read Law at BCU having achieved B grades in Law and Psychology and a C in Mathematics
  • It is not just university places we are celebrating; Libby Homer secured a very competitive apprenticeship in accountancy and Lewis Dale leaves us to commence officer training with the Household Cavalry.

Whilst some places have yet to be finalised other destinations include: 

  • Megan Allen – University of Wolverhampton – Early childhood studies
  • Alex Bailey-Turton – University of Loughborough – Maths
  • Sean Bangar – London Metropolitan University – Music Technology and Production
  • Vishal Chaunkria – University of Coventry – Forensic Psychology
  • Jyoti Chumber – University College Birmingham – Health and Social care
  • Nitish Chumber – Physics with Astrophysics- Keele University
  • Sharandeep Dhanda – Business and Human resource management – University of Wolverhampton
  • Jaskerat Ghakal – University of Bedfordshire – Health and Social care
  • Daniel Gray – University of Staffordshire – Professional Policing
  • Joshua Hill – University of Aberystwyth – Maths
  • Nadiya Khalifa – University College Birmingham – Health and Social care
  • Soma Khalili – Aston University – Biomedical Science
  • Rimsha Khatoon – Pharmacy- University of Wolverhampton
  • Tyler-Jake Leek – Nottingham Trent University – Veterinary Nursing
  • Ashley Llewellyn – BCU – Digital Media with Computing
  • Anoop Rai – Liverpool John Moores University – Criminology and Sociology
  • Courtney Thackeray – University of Wolverhampton – Early childhood studies

Jane Bayley, Head of Sixth Form at SWB6th, said:

 ‘SWB6th are incredibly proud to be able to congratulate all of our students today on their success after such a difficult year for our whole community. We are incredibly proud of how our students have handled the difficulties they faced and we are pleased to see them on their way to their next steps in their lives. We look forward to hearing all about their time at University and in future employment through our Alumni network’.