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Northallerton School & Sixth Form College A Level results

13 August 2020  |  G Denison

We have been very pleased to see our Sixth Form students receive their results today and congratulate them on their hard work and efforts over the past two years. In spite of the challenging circumstances and controversial grading process this year, we have been able to focus today on the many positives and achievements of our committed and hard-working students.

Staff have provided support and advice on the results students have received and have helped individuals to secure university places in a diverse range of subjects if needed.

Vicki Rahn, Headteacher, said ‘I am very proud of all of our Y13 students for their hard work and the resilience they have shown throughout this year. I would like to thank all of our staff for their efforts and expertise in teaching our students throughout their time at NSSFC. They have collectively supported and guided our students to successfully progress onto their next steps.

These include:
Dylan Murdoch, who is going to study Medicine at Hull York Medical School
Jonathan Mann, who has secured a place studying Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at Harper and Keele Veterinary School
Kayleigh Ross, who will be studying Child Nursing at Northumbria
Jasper Rowell, who is studying Mechatronics and Robotics at Leeds
Jess Spence, who is studying Advertising and Brand Communication at Manchester Metropolitan

Congratulations to all our Y13 cohort and we wish them the very best of success in their future plans.’

Kathryn Redpath, Head of Sixth Form, said ‘I would like to extend my congratulations to all our students. I am proud to see them progressing on to various courses of study, such as Nursing, Veterinary Medicine and Law. The opportunities represented by these students’ success are the result of their hard work as well as fantastic teaching, pastoral care and career guidance. We must also thank and congratulate the parents for their great support of both the school and the students.’ 


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