Sixth form students across the Unity Schools Partnership have come together to take part in a special annual challenge event.
Students across the Unity Schools Partnership have been celebrating after another successful set of A-level results.
Samuel Ward Academy in Haverhill and Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard joined our newest secondary school – St Edward’s Academy in Romford – in celebrating the success of their sixth formers.
Students at Samuel Ward Academy have been celebrating a rise in the school’s A-level results.
The Haverhill school achieved an overall pass rate of 98% with 80% grades A*-C equivalent – an increase on the 73% a year ago.
At Thomas Gainsborough School, a total of 100 students sat A-level and other Level 3 qualifications this summer with 15% of all A-level entries this year either A* or A and 31% of vocational subjects being graded Distinction* or Distinction.
The overall pass rate at the school was 96%, with an A*-C pass rate of 61%.
While students at St Edward’s Academy in Romford were also celebrating after achieving a strong set of A-level and BTEc results.
Individual and department success have been praised by the school with 16% of entries achieving an A*-A grade and 37% achieved A*-B.
Tim Coulson, chief executive of the Unity Schools Partnership, said: “I would like to congratulate all students, staff, parents and the school community for playing their part in these successful results.
“We wish the young people every success as they go onto the next stage of their lives.”