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2021 – Millom School A Level and Level 3 Vocational Results
06/08/2021

Millom School Sixth Form students and staff are celebrating a fantastic set of results for this year’s A level and Level 3 vocational students.

Matt Savidge, Headteacher, said “The hard work and motivation of our students has ensured that the results they have achieved are a real credit to them, reflecting their resilience and determination to succeed despite the unique challenges faced this year, and we wish them every success as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives.

The DFE have again cancelled Performance Tables for this year and there will be no amalgamated headline results published for schools, which is right and proper given the circumstances around the exams this year. There is no doubt that leaves the focus on those that really deserve it, the people we should all be congratulating; our students.”

Director of Learning, Mr Nunn commented that, “all our students will be leaving with A levels or equivalent qualifications, and to have a high proportion with A*- C grades is a real achievement for them. They have been highly successful in both academic and vocational courses too. Pupils from Millom will be leaving here to take up places ranging from the academic heights of Russel Group universities to highly acclaimed vocational courses at universities across the UK, and to eagerly sought after apprenticeships schemes. Millom School has the commitment to support students achieve what they want in life and we are dedicated to our motto of the Sixth Form being a place where students ‘fulfil their potential’.

As always, we are delighted with the performance of all our students and they will be proud of what they have accomplished. A few highlights include:

Jack Tallentire (A* A* A* going to Lancaster studying Medicine), Kieran Titmas (A* A* A going to Durham studying Physics), Edward Wake (A* A A going to Leeds Beckett studying History), Amy Johnson (A* A A going to Aberdeen studying History) and Elizabeth Rhodes(A* A B going to Cardiff studying History), all of who have received offers to study at their preferred universities.

Elsa Mason, Chair of Governors said, “Huge congratulations to the Sixth Form students for taking on and adapting to the challenges of this year’s examinations. It is great to see so many successes that will take the students forward into their future studies and working lives. They have been a credit to themselves and the school and I hope fellow students will be inspired for what they too can achieve with the opportunities on offer at Millom school. I wish you every success in your next steps.”