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Students at Goodwin Academy achieve strong A Level results

Students at Goodwin Academy achieve strong A Level results

Another Strong Year for Students at Goodwin Academy.

Excitement was the order of the day as students, giddy with nerves, attended the school site to pick up their long-awaited A Level results.

And with the added stresses of a pandemic lockdown, the emotion was always set to be unknown.

Simon Smith, Principal at Goodwin Academy said;

“It is rewarding to see the students’ hard work pay off, especially during this difficult time.

“I would like to congratulate all students on the results they have achieved, they must all be very proud of their successes which reflects their dedication and commitment.”

In a sea of amazing results a few of the individual results achieved today include Charlie Shenton, who received an A and two Distinctions securing a place at Liverpool Hope University to study Education with Special Educational Needs (SEN). Charlie is aspiring to be a SEN teacher.

In addition Celyn Davies Davies gained two Bs and is taking up an apprenticeship as a teaching assistant at Hornbeam Primary School, before going on to apply for university next year.

Alfie Parson received Distinction*, Merit, Merit, Pass, and Alfie has applied to the police force.

A shout out for Callum Blanch, having achieved a Distinction, Distinction*, Merit.  Callum will be going on to the University of Portsmouth to study Computer Science. Joining him on this course at this same University will be Joshua Twaites, who attained Distinction, Distinction and Merit.

James Pointer achieved BBC, and will go to University of Kent to study Conservation. Also attending the University of Kent is Rhian Thompson who achieved BBC and will study Biomedical Science.

Simon Smith went on to say;

“I would also like to thank all staff, parents and the wider school community for their continued hard work and support during the process.”