Amidst a backdrop of anticipation and excitement, South Bank University Sixth Form’s (SBUSixth) remarkable students have opened their A level and level 3 results today, with some real accomplishment and exciting destinations.
Principal David Bell says, “At SBUSixth, we take immense pride in our students’ achievements, which are a testament to their hard work and resilience, the dedication of our staff, and the support of families and friends.”
Some examples of student success include
Taiwo achieved a Distinction in Engineering BTEC, an A in A-Level Maths, and a B in A-Level Physics. Taiwo shared, “SBUSixth has been instrumental in shaping my trajectory. The guidance and support I received here opened doors to possibilities I had never considered before.” Taiwo is set to embark on a degree apprenticeship at Skanska, a testament to the real-world application of the education she received at SBUSixth.
Otman’s hard work earned him a Double Distinction Star in level 3 BTEC Engineering, alongside an A in A-Level Maths and an A in A-Level Physics. He is heading to Bath University, where he will pursue Aerospace Engineering with a one-year professional placement.
Charlize, driven by a passion for healthcare is progressing to the University of Northampton, where she will delve into the world of Midwifery. Achieving the highest possible award of Triple Distinction Star in Health (Distinction*Distinction*Distinction*), Charlize embodies the empathy and dedication that SBUSixth fosters in its students. Her journey reflects the diverse pathways that students can pursue.
We are especially thrilled to note that our membership of the London South Bank University (LSBU) Group has offered a significant range of benefits to students. This innovative educational group has been an instrumental force in shaping the futures of our students, offering a range of opportunities that have enriched their academic and personal growth.
In addition to 10% of the cohort progressing to LSBU, students are also going to University of Greenwich, University of Portsmouth, University of Wolverhampton, TEDI-London (The Engineering & Design Institute), City University, University of London, University of Bath, University of Westminster, University of Northampton, Swansea University, St. Mary’s University, Queen Mary University and Kingston University to name a few.
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This editorial has been crafted to highlight the achievements of SBUSixth students on Results Day, showcasing their accomplishments in A-Levels and BTECs. It celebrates the individual successes of Taiwo, Otman, and Charlize while emphasising the institution’s commitment to holistic development and academic excellence. The editorial aims to inspire pride, gratitude, and optimism among students, parents, staff, and the wider community.
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