What a great article about our successes at W6. A Level results: 'Great set of results' for Sir Robert Woodard Academy studentsStudents and staff at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy celebrated 'another great set of exam results' today. Nervous students collected the results of their A Levels and BTEC courses this morning (Thursday, August 17) from the school in Upper Boundstone Lane.
Students and staff at W6 Sixth Form at SRWA, a member of the Woodard Academies Trust, are today celebrating another great set of exam results. A key strength for the Academy has always been our Performing Arts specialism. Once again, this subject area delivered results among the best in the country in Performing Arts, Production Arts, and Music, with 100% of students achieving an A/A* grade or equivalent. The Academy offers a broad selection of subjects ranging from academic A-levels to a variety of equivalent qualifications. Building on last year’s departmental successes, new highlights this year included 100% of students in History and Music achieving a grade of A*-C, along with 92% achieving the same in Sociology. English Literature and Mathematics continue the success of last
On the first day of term we will be hosting our annual Brighton Scavenger Hunt. It will be a chance to get to know other students at W6, year 12s and 13s, and also an opportunity to develop new skills while having some fun in Brighton. It is a compulsory day and all students are expected to attend. It will be a lot of fun and it will give you a great chance to get to know your fellow students.
Remember that all classes are suspended for the first week of term. If you are in year 13, you will receive an email or a letter inviting you to an enrolment interview in which you will discuss your results and your subject choices - year 11 students will be able to collect these letters with their GCSE results. Please let us know if you have not received this yet so that we can inform you of your appointment. A full list of appointments will be shared here in the week of interviews. All students must have an interview before commencing their studies at W6. This is to make sure you are on the correct courses to ensure your future success.
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What a great launch to a great Activities Week. Leaders from eBay and O2 have given their challenges and the W6 students have taken the ball and run with it. It will be exciting to see what they will make of it and what ideas they come up with in the presentations on Wednesday. eBay has asked some of our students to come up with solutions to engage more young people and to interact with their platform, and also how eBay can develop their business to take account of the changes in the automotive industry. How does eBay react to a world of driverless, electric cars? O2 wants the students to consider ways to get more customers into the physicals stores in a time when more and more people buy their mobile phones online. The students will present to the business leaders on Wednesd...