Grace Academy Solihull Sixth Form continues to shine

Grace Academy Solihull Sixth Form continues to shine

Pupils at Grace Academy Solihull sixth form continue to achieve outstanding results.

Pupils achieved well in a range of Academic and Vocational courses including level 3 qualifications in English, Applied Science and Art. Pupil’s achievement in new Technical Level courses was above the national average with an average grade of Distinction*, the highest grade available. The number of students achieving higher grades continues to impress with an increase in the number of A*-A grades and A*-B grades at A level.

Louise Knight, Head of Post 16 Studies, had this to say: “Students have demonstrated their commitment to their studies despite a difficult few years of education following the pandemic. They have achieved the results they truly deserve, and I am very proud of them all. The results demonstrate that with the right level of support and guidance from excellent teaching staff and with students selecting the right courses, students really can flourish and achieve some fantastic results.”

Ariana Crumpton-Topping achieved A*, A, Distinction* and is going on to study Psychology at Aston University said: “I came from a different area and different school all together but the support and help this school has provided over these two years has helped me push myself to my full potential and get to my first choice university. Thank you to all the staff at Grace Academy and the support of my family.

Louise Knight continued: “All students intending to move on to higher education gained a place at University on the course of their choice.” We wish them well on their future journey, whether that is University, an apprenticeship or at the start of their careers. The academy recognises the support and commitment that parents and carers have given to their children enabling them to achieve as well as they have.”

From left to right: Grace Academy Solihull students , Ariana Crumpton-Topping, Giulianna Zizzi, Faye Wright and Ellesse Hykin celebrating their A Level results.