A-level success at Rainford Sixth Form

There was a sea of happy faces at Rainford Sixth Form as Year 13 students returned to collect their A-level results, this morning. 

Staff warmly welcomed students and their families as they walked through the doors of the sixth form and handed them the envelopes which contained their results. 

This year, due to the pandemic, grades have been teacher-assessed. The sixth form team are delighted by the resilience and achievements of all its young people and as a school, it has fulfilled the ethos of Everyone Matters, Everyone Helps and Everyone Succeeds.

Lewis Maxwell achieved an A in maths, A* in further maths, A* in computer science, A* in physics and A* EPQ (extended project qualification). Lewis will be going to study physics at the University of Liverpool.

Lewis has worked extremely hard during the pandemic and had to self-isolate due to long-term health conditions. Staff are so proud of everything Lewis has achieved in his time at Rainford High.

Joshua Ashcroft received an A* in maths, A* in further maths, A* in chemistry, A* in biology and A* EPQ .He is off to the University of Birmingham to study medicine. Joshua initially wanted to study computer science but decided to resit Year 12 and pursue a career in medicine – a decision which clearly has paid off.

Meanwhile, Ellie Lomax achieved a BTEC L3 extended certificate in health and social (Dis*), BTEC L3 extended certificate in business (Dis*), BTEC L3 extended certificate in media (Dis). Ellie will be pursuing a 12 month medical administrator placement before applying to study nursing in 2022.

Ellie has worked really hard over the last two years to achieve a fantastic set of results and the school is delighted by how well she adapted to KS5 study.

Speaking on the morning of A-level results day, principal, Ian Young said: “It was with great delight to see our Year 13s again. They have been nothing but dedicated and patient throughout the pandemic and myself and the team are extremely proud of them. 

“I would like to wish them all the very best as they go on to university or the world of the work.” 

Ellie Lomax
Joshua Ashcroft

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