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A level results: Students celebrate success at UoBS Sixth Form.

University of Birmingham School Sixth Form would like to send congratulations to the Class of 2023 students who celebrate their achievements today on A level results day.

Their hard work, determination, and resilience has been reflected today in the grades achieved, with students progressing to a range of pathways and higher education. We wish them the very best for the future beyond the University of Birmingham School Sixth Form

“I hold admiration for our students, for their personal growth and character development, and for their academic awards today achieved across two years of learning recovery since their turbulent GCSE years’, remarks The University School’s Principal, Mr Colin Townsend. ‘We aim always to support each young person to achieve individual excellence and an aspirational onward pathway. Where that means gaining top grades we look to that – with eleven students attaining straight A/A* outcomes and 17% of all entries awarded at that highest standard. I also thank our parents, carers, and families for their partnership with the School and the School’s staff for their care and encouragement to our learners, alongside their subject expertise. Optimism and a ‘can do’ mind-set are both powerful and purposeful – and never less so than at this time.”

“I am exceptionally proud of all of our Year 13 students, they have been rewarded for their hard work and effort over the last two years with some outstanding results. They can now look forward to their next steps, which for most of our students includes continuing their studies at some of the most prestigious Universities in the country including 25 students who will be enrolling at the University of Birmingham.” Mr Liam Dwyer, Senior Assistant Vice Principal, Sixth Form.

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Join our Sixth Form and find out more about enrolment on Thursday 24 August for Year 12 entry September 2023.

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