Lowestoft Sixth Form students celebrated their A Level results with classmates and teachers as they prepare to progress to the next stage of their journey on high-quality apprenticeship and degree courses.
The majority of the sixth form’s A Level students achieved A*- C grades with particular success in STEM subjects where 91% of A Level students achieved A*- B grades in Physics and 75% achieved A* – B grades in Further Maths.
Chief Executive Stuart Rimmer said: “We are pleased to celebrate a strong set of results from a resilient and hard-working group of students disrupted by covid. Staff have supported students superbly throughout and this is reflected in the results.”
Kerry Payne, Principal of Lowestoft Sixth Form College, said: “We are very proud of our students’ achievements and the hard work and dedication they have demonstrated throughout their studies. Staff taught this cohort with dedication and expertise to help unlock student potential. Once again, this year’s students will progress onto fantastic destinations including a range of high-quality apprenticeship and degree programmes.
“These include Archaeology and Anthropology degrees at Oxford University and Durham University; places in highly competitive Midwifery degree programmes at the University of East Anglia, Buckinghamshire New University and University of Suffolk, Marine Biology at Bangor University, Durham University for Sport Science and Forensic Science through the University of Suffolk at East Coast College.
‘’A great range of apprenticeships have also been secured for learners including AAT Accountancy apprenticeships at Ensors Chartered Accountants, Lovewell Blake and Cunningham’s Accounts, a Level 4 apprenticeships with Broadland District Council in Economic Project Development, a Policing apprenticeship and Marsh McLennan Insurance apprenticeship roles.’’
‘’These are just a few of the vast range of progression success stories from our students who have all demonstrated resilience and determination, securing their academic and vocational achievements alongside the development of skills and character needed for their next steps. I am confident that they will continue to build on their successes into the next stage of their lives. They should be very proud of themselves and each other.”
Lowestoft Sixth Form College, which is part of East Coast College, will support all of its students with their results and progression, as well as those who will be joining the college this September. For guidance and support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 854 695.
We are also still accepting applications for a September start. Visit the Lowestoft Sixth Form course page to see our full range of courses and submit an online application.