Students at Nene Park Academy, part of Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust, are celebrating a superb set of A level results today.
In a year where all students faced disruption due to the pandemic, the school marks a range of notable successes.
Filip Staniszewski was awarded an A* in Business, A in Polish and A in Finance. Filip will now be going to The London Institute of Banking & Finance to read accountancy.
Tilda Guest achieved an A* Sociology, A* French, Dist* in Sport and will now be going to Anglia Ruskin University to study midwifery.
Macie Babbs is also heading to Anglia Ruskin to study midwifery, with an A* in Geography, A in Biology, B in Chemistry.
Marco Pedro earned an A* Business, A* Sociology, Dist* Sport. Marco will now be going to the University of Exeter to read Business Management.
Callum Ramshaw got an A in Geography, A in Film, Dist* in Applied Science and is heading to the University of Leicester to read Geography.
Becca Baldry achieved a D*D*D* in BTEC Sport, which was also studied by Jess Camwell, who achieved a D*D*Dist and secured a professional contract with Leicester City Football Club.
Satveer Kaur got a B in Psychology, D* in Health and Social Care, Dist in Applied Science, allowing her to start a Primary teaching degree at Anglia Ruskin University
Lillie Snowden was awarded a D* in Health and Social Care, Dist in Applied Science, C in Psychology and will now pursue a career in nursing.
Will Chamberlain earned an A* in Business, B in Finance and a Dist in BTEC Sport and will begin an apprenticeship as an electrician.
Matthew Doran got an A* in Business, B in English Lit & Lang, Dist in BTEC Sport and is also beginning an apprenticeship as a mechanic.
Robin Grover, principal at Nene Park Academy, said: “I am incredibly proud of our students who have overcome numerous challenges this year to achieve a well-deserved set of outstanding results.
“The students truly deserve these achievements after demonstrating consistent hard work and commitment throughout their time here at Nene Park Academy.
“The period of internal and continuous assessments that they had to prepare for and undertake throughout this last year and particularly the summer term should not be underestimated.
“The results our students have achieved are fully deserved and they should be very proud of their achievements. I wish them all the greatest success in whatever they choose to move on to next year.
“I am extremely grateful to our dedicated teachers and local community who have continued to inspire and motivate our students throughout this period. The success of our students would not have been possible without their considerate contributions and support.”