Celebrations all round for OAT sixth formers receiving results this summer!

  21 August, 2023

City of Norwich sixth formers collecting their results

Students and staff throughout Ormiston Academies Trust have been celebrating, after some fantastic A-level and Applied General results across the board.

Thanks to their tremendous efforts over the past two years, alongside the support of dedicated staff, families and wider communities, all of the hard work has paid off and students are now readying themselves for their next adventures.

There is an array of destinations on the horizon, as this year’s cohort set off to chosen universities, exciting apprenticeships, and some great job opportunities. From dance academies and music colleges, to engineering courses and veterinary schools, OAT students are once again proving themselves to be fearless, driven and determined.

As always, there are too many highlights to list them all, but some particular standouts this year include:

  1. At City of Norwich School, Idabell Binns and Freya Matthews both accept OxBridge places. Idabell will read history at Oxford having achieved three A*s and Freya will read archaeology at Cambridge having achieved two A*s and two A grades.
  2. Joining Idabell at Oxford are two Ormiston Bushfield Academy students, Charlie and Briony. Charlie achieved A*A*A*A* in chemistry, physics, maths and further maths and will be studying physics. Briony secured A*A*A* in English literature and language, history, and chemistry, and an A in her EPQ, and will read English language and literature.
  3. Meanwhile, the multi-talented Nathan from George Salter Academy will be joining the RAF as a degree apprentice. Nathan achieved an A* in mathematics, A in physics, A in music technology, and a Distinction* in music.
  4. At Ormiston Rivers Academy, Jemma and Joey will be heading to the capital city, to work for British insurance company Lloyd’s of London. Jemma secured an A in biology, Bs in chemistry and maths and A* in her EPQ, while Joey got a Distinction*/Distinction in media, and distinctions in sport and IT. 
  5. Finally, Neo from Ormiston Victory Academy received an A in art, Distinction* in creative media, and a Merit in computer science and will be heading to Royal Holloway University to study video games and design. Neo also completed an amazing EPQ project alongside these studies, achieving an A grade.

Everyone at OAT is extremely proud of what the students have achieved and looking forward to cheering them on as they take their next steps.

Nick Hudson, CEO said: “Our students have all worked incredibly hard and they should be very proud of themselves. These results are a real testament to their commitment to their studies, alongside the commitment of all those who supported them. As they embark on their various paths, they will continue to have the backing of all of us here at OAT, and they will remain a valuable part of the OAT family wherever they go.”

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