Post-16 students at Thomas Deacon Academy, part of Thomas Deacon Education Trust (TDET), are celebrating their A-Level successes.
There have been a huge range of successes across the subjects, especially in A-Level Art, Business and Physics, and in Vocational Applied Science and Health and Social Care. Some of the academy’s most notable individual achievements include:
- Jouin Baca: Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths all at Grade A, going on to study Chemistry at university.
- Aisha Jaral: Business Studies, Economics and Sociology all at Grade A, applying for apprenticeships in accountancy.
- Mehmet Kockat: Biology, Chemistry and Maths all at Grade A, progressing on to Loughborough University to study Chemistry.
- Tamearon Mullings: A* in Maths and A Grades in Physics and Further Maths, going on to study Mathematics at university.
- Aqsa Ahmed: Distinction* in Health and Social Care, A* in Sociology and B in Psychology, progressing on to De Montford University to take Education Studies.
The vast majority of TDA students will be heading off to university or have secured apprenticeships from September.
Michala Jackson, Head of Sixth form, said: “We are immensely proud of all our students who received results today. They are the result of two years of hard work, dedication, and perseverance. Their results reflect the incredible progress they have made during their Sixth Form journey; it was brilliant to see so many outstanding grades across all subject areas. Thank you to all our parents, carers and both the teaching and support staff who have encouraged and supported our students through the past two years and well done to all.”
Emily Gaunt, Acting Principal, said: “Congratulations to all our students on their results, they have demonstrated remarkable commitment to their studies and thoroughly deserve their
successes. We would like to wish them all well for the next stage of their future, whether that is university, apprenticeships or employment. We are providing one-to-one sessions for any students who need further support and guidance and encourage them to get in touch.”