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A-Level & BTEC Results Day 2022

Oaks Park students have once again achieved excellent results in both A-Levels and BTEC qualifications. Students have been able to progress to university places, apprenticeships or employment opportunities. Oaks Park has also maintained our excellent track record of placing high numbers of students in Russell Group universities.

The cohort has done incredibly well in unprecedented circumstances and were rightfully thrilled with the results they received today. Today’s results mean that the overwhelming majority have attained their place at university, including over a quarter of applicants accepted places at Russell Group universities.

A selection of students who were celebrating their excellent outcomes with staff this morning included; Saima Baig (A*A*A*) who will now go on to study Pharmacy at UCL; Deven Dattani (A* A* A) who will take up a place at the University of Birmingham to study Computer Science with Digital Technology Partnership (PwC); Raiyan Rahman (A* A* A) who gained a place at Imperial College to study Biotechnology; Kiara Singh (A* A* A) who will now study International Relations at the University of Liverpool.

These achievements, and those of all the students, are a great source of pride to Headteacher Joanne Hamill, who said: “I am incredibly proud of all the work that Oaks Park sixth form has done in order to get to today. The cohort has shown great resilience and determination in the way that they have approached the return of public examinations. They have demonstrated the capacity to rise to the challenges faced to achieve their goals. I am very grateful to all the hard working staff at Oaks Park who have supported and inspired the students during the past two years’.

Liam McDonnell, Pastoral Leader for Year 13 commented: “The students have put in a large amount of effort to complete their UCAS applications and to undertake co-curricular activities that will help them progress onto their next steps. I am so pleased with the large number of students who are going to destinations that were one of their top choices.”

Throughout the year students have continued to be provided with our nationally recognised Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance. This has enabled them to secure high calibre apprenticeships and alternative degree pathways.

Deputy Headteacher i/c Sixth Form, Dan Smith: “We are immensely proud of what this year group has achieved. They are a credit to the school and to themselves and It was a pleasure to see their joy as they received their results and gained places at their chosen destinations.”