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A-Levels: Accrington Academy Sixth Form

Lancashire Telegraph: ON THE BALL Accrington Academy’s Steven Astbury got a distinction in sport and hopes to become a sports psychologist ON THE BALL Accrington Academy’s Steven Astbury got a distinction in sport and hopes to become a sports psychologist

Accrington Academy Sixth Form Centre gained 98 per cent pass rate and 89 per cent of students scoring at least one A* to C grade.

And all Accrington Academy students who applied for a university place have been successful.

Accrington Academy principal Andrew O’Brien said: “We are very pleased with the Academy’s first set of A-level results.

“We shall continue to build on this strong foundation and the identity and ethos that the sixth form has now established.

“Our AS Level results indicate that we are on track for these high standards to continue for our next academic year and we are very excited about the future.”

Accrington Academy Sixth Corm Centre’s Alex Dunn, who gained an A* and three As, said: “I’m over the moon.”

Results

G Allen el C, re C, so C; N Bristow el A, ar B, re D; T Caton ch C, bi B, lw B; A Dunn bi A, ch A, ma A*, ph A; I Ebrahim bi C, ch B, ma B; J Finglas bs B; D Greenwood bs B, el C, it D; J Haworth ch C, it B, ma A, ph C; J Howarth bi C, ch, B, ph C; S Hussain el C, ar E, re C; S Khan lw C, so A; S Mahal it A, ma B, ph C; C Masterman bs C, el B, it C; N Mehmood lw C, re b, so B; S Woolfenden bs A, el C, re, D; S Adris hs DMM; S Astbury pe DDD; S Bahnu cc MPP; A Bi hs DDM; M Clarke ms DMM; C Clitheroe pe DDD, K Dickinson ms DMM; R I’anson Hughes pe DDM; S Lowe ms DDM; A Ormerod cc MMP; J Osbaldeston me DMM; N Singleton hs DDM; S Smith pe DDM; B Taylor pe DDD; L Westwell hs DDD; D Young cc MPP;H Younis hs DMM.

Click on the link below for our photo gallery of A-Level students.

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3:37pm Fri 19 Aug 11

Graham Hartley says...

So only thirty-one students in year thirteen and of those only four presented themselves for the A-level examination in mathematics. Little wonder that the four grades were one A*, one A and two Bs. It's rather easy to care for four students in an academy with a mathematics specialism - given the money spent there in recent years we may expect each student to have two mathematics teachers.
So only thirty-one students in year thirteen and of those only four presented themselves for the A-level examination in mathematics. Little wonder that the four grades were one A*, one A and two Bs. It's rather easy to care for four students in an academy with a mathematics specialism - given the money spent there in recent years we may expect each student to have two mathematics teachers. Graham Hartley
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