Rainhill Results on the Rise Again… for the fourth year in a row.
Students of Rainhill Sixth Form Centre are again celebrating an outstanding set of A-Level and Vocational examination results. Results have improved for the fourth year in a row. The overall proportion of students achieving the highest grades A*, A or B grades has risen by 2% again this year, and are well above local and national averages. All of our students have passed their courses and are off to destinations of their choice.
Richard Edge, Rainhill’s Director of Sixth Form says
"I am delighted that our students’ results are so good they can all progress to the next stage of their career. The personalised service we provided, coupled with first class teaching, is the key to this success.”
Art student Emily Jones achieved the highest grade possible in all of her subjects which was the equivalent of 5 A* grades. She will continue her Art studies at college next year.
- Other notable performances were:
- Laura McCabe – AAB in English Language, English Literature and History. She is going to Newcastle University.
- Emily Green – ABB in History, Economics and Maths, is going to the University of Exeter.
- Jessica Lowe – ABB in History, English Literature and Government & Politics, is going to the University of Liverpool.
- Morgan Swift - ABB in History, Government & Politics and Law, is going to the University of York.
- Liam Barrett - ABB in History, Maths and Geography is going to the University of Liverpool.
- Lucas Bruce - A* in Maths, A in Further Maths and a Merit in Business Studies. He is off to Liverpool University.
- Rachel Wade - A in Geography, A in History and a Distinction* in Health & Social Care.
- Aimee Arrowsmith – 5 Distinction* grades covering Art Graphics, Photography and Fine Art. She is going to the University of Chester.
Executive Principal, John Pout says
“I am delighted with these results for all of our students. It allows them to progress to their university of choice. Through first class teaching and individual support and care, they have all performed really well. All of our Sixth Form indicators have improved – points score, pass rate, value added and student numbers. Credit is due to the students, their parents and all of our staff who work so hard to achieve these fantastic results.”