The Nottingham Emmanuel School in West Bridgford celebrates A Level results day.
Principal at The Nottingham Emmanuel School, Sandra Stapleton, said:
“We are exceptionally proud of our Year 13 students who received their A Level and BTEC results this morning! After not sitting their GCSE exams because of Covid this was their first real experience of a formal exam series, and they have done brilliantly.
“We have students heading off to universities all over the country as well as students who have secured degree-level apprenticeships, often with fierce competition.
“A huge thanks to all our students, parents, carers, teachers, and the Sixth Form team for working together over the last two years to deliver the positive outcomes we have seen today.
“We hope the Year 13 students will keep in touch and hopefully inspire some of our younger students to follow in their footsteps in the future!”
Head Girl at The Nottingham Emmanuel School Sixth Form, Hollie, has been a student at NES for 7 years and has exemplified the values of her school during that time.
Hollie achieved A*, A*, A and is taking a prestigious apprenticeship with Rolls Royce, overcoming competition of over 1000 others for a place.
“I’m really pleased with what I’ve achieved and I think I can speak for a lot of people when I say these past 2 years have been challenging, but that just makes the results more rewarding!”
Maja has studied at NES since Year 7 and has made excellent progress in her time at the school. She achieved A*, A*, B, C and is going to the University of York to study Psychology (integrated Masters).
Maja said: “I feel very happy with my results and am glad I was a part of such a welcoming sixth form, that helped me to get the grades I need.”
Bernice joined NES for Year 10, and has achieved superb results over her time at NES. She achieved A*, B, C, C and is going to study Modern Languages at the University of Leeds.
Bernice said: “Honestly, all I can say is that it has been one hell of a ride. I’ve had my ups and downs in these two years, and I still can’t believe I ended up getting these grades! With the support of my teachers, I’ve come a long way from where I began. I guess I’m off to uni now!”.