Thomas Adams Celebrates Student Successes
Staff at Thomas Adams Sixth Form are exceptionally proud of their Year 13 students. With 95% of our students securing the required grades for them to successfully access their next steps, with over 80% achieving their first-choice destination. Students have shown themselves to be committed, motivated and tenacious throughout the last few years of challenges in education.
We’ve seen notable results from this year’s A Level students including Esme Haycocks who achieved Graphics A*, Religious Studies A and Psychology A. Esme is taking up a place at the University of Manchester to study Psychology.
Emilia Ramsay achieved Textile Design A, Psychology A and History B and is off to study Marketing at Bristol University.
Finn Williams achieved Geography A, Chemistry A and Maths B. Finn is taking up a place at Birmingham University to study Chemical Engineering.
Students are now looking forward to taking up their places at university or higher-level apprenticeships, whilst others are moving into employment.
Delighted Headteacher, Mark Cooper, said, “We are absolutely thrilled, as these achievements are testament to the hard work of both staff and students throughout their journey at Thomas Adams. I would like to congratulate the students and wish them every success as they move on to follow their ambitions. Our students are embarking upon undergraduate courses in diverse subjects such as Biology, Agri-Business Management, Planetary and Space Physics, Architecture, Film, Business Management at a range of institutions including Manchester, Bristol, Keele, Aberystwyth, Sheffield and Leeds.
Others are off to begin competitive apprenticeships including Bentley Motors, BDO Accountancy and AHR Architects. There is such a wide variety of destinations, and there are many individual achievements at every level.”
Liam Allen, Assistant Headteacher responsible for Sixth Form added, “I am really proud of our students, whose hard work and determination have resulted in wonderful personal achievements, we wish them all the very best in what will be a bright future.”
L-R Esme Haycocks and Emilia Ramsay
L-R Jonathan Goldby, Joseph Brammer and Cameron Murdoch who are all moving on to apprenticeships