Salisbury 6th Form College is celebrating after their students A-Level and Vocational Results were released.
Students across Salisbury, along with others all across the country have received their results today following a really tough couple of academic years, severely disrupted by the pandemic.
Louise Henderson, Head of College at S6C said; “All our students worked really hard with great resilience and we thank our teachers who have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto the right pathways to university, apprenticeships and employment. We are proud of every student, how they have coped with the pandemic and shown such individual perseverance, care towards each other and our community, and tenacity to deal with the challenges they have faced. They are an exceptional group of young adults, and we all wish them every success for the future.”
She continued; “There are many exceptional achievements across the A-Level and Vocational courses, and a higher proportion of students than ever before have chosen a university route for their next pathway. More students than ever have achieved aspirational pathways with a high number of students, in particular, heading to the University of Exeter in September – these are so well deserved. University pathways have become more diverse this year for S6C students and reflect the strengths in our curriculum, including students studying courses such as Computing and Artificial Intelligence.”
The last two years have been difficult for all students across the country but students and teachers were able to come together this morning for results day. Louise added; “It was fantastic this morning to celebrate student’s success with them, and their parents, something we were hopeful could happen. Students were delighted and in some cases relieved by the grades, they were awarded and felt that they were as expected based on their performance and hard work. Huge praise was given from parents, thanking staff for the quality of care and learning experience students have received over the 2 years.”