JCSC A level students’ results 2023

Posted on 17th August 2023 | in James Calvert Spence College - Acklington Rd

Students from JCSC received their A Level Results today, 17 August. This cohort of students did not sit their GCSEs due to the pandemic, so their A-level exams were the first external tests they had sat since their KS2 SATs at 11 years old.

Dylan Clark and Hope Vernon

Will Griffiths achieved an A in Chemistry, an A in Physics and a B in Mathematics. He will be studying Chemistry at Newcastle University in September.

He says: “I’m over the moon with my results. I’m very thankful to Mr Moore and the school have been really helpful. My hard work has paid off and I am really looking forward to going to Newcastle University in September.”

Will Griffiths

James Moore, Head of Sixth Form, said “Congratulations to all our Year 13 students. Today’s results enabled pupils to take a step closer towards their chosen career pathways, with our students securing progressive and aspirational university placements and apprenticeship positions. We are so proud of all the hard work and commitment the students have demonstrated throughout their time in Sixth Form. Our students have been a true credit to themselves and the school, and they fully deserve every success as they embark on their exciting futures. We all wish them the best!”

Neil Rodgers, Executive Headteacher, said “This year’s A-level results are the well-earned reward for the determination and teamwork shown by this group of resilient, hardworking students and their teachers. They took their exams in their stride and performed incredibly well.”

Pictured above:

Will Griffiths: Chemistry at Newcastle University
Tehya Wade:
Forensics and Criminology at Staffordshire University.
Angelina Morrison: Health, Education and Social Care at Northumbria Uni with a foundation year.
Dylan Clark: Criminology and Forensics at Northumbria Uni
Sophie Mole: Chemistry at York University
Hope Vernon: Interior Design at York St John University

All information from JCSC

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