Wreake Valley Academy achieve 100 per cent pass rate

Students, from left, Parina Lathia, Gemma Horsley, Josh Malam, Ben Brown and Lewis Batchelor, pictured after receiving their A-level results at Wreake Valley Academy in Syston EMN-150817-143436001
Students, from left, Parina Lathia, Gemma Horsley, Josh Malam, Ben Brown and Lewis Batchelor, pictured after receiving their A-level results at Wreake Valley Academy in Syston EMN-150817-143436001
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Wreake Valley Academy in Syston celebrated a 100 per cent A-level pass rate again this year.

Head boy George Sutton has secured a level five apprenticeship where he will also complete an engineering degree through the University of Warwick.

James Passingham successfully combined competing for Great Britain’s archery team with A-level study and is pleased to be going to Nottingham Trent University to study mathematics.

Ben Brown - Mr Bump to his friends - spent most of Year 13 on crutches or in bandages but still managed to achieve an A in PE despite his injuries. He is going to Coventry University to study sports therapy.

Other students looking forward to university life are Shona Pancholi, who will be doing a chemical engineering degree at Aston University, Gemma Horsley who will study economics at the University of Leicester, history students Josh Malam and Lewis Batchelor who will be heading to the University of Leicester and Parina Lathia who is going to the University of Warwick.

Simran Patel’s A’s in economics, chemistry and maths have also gained her a place at the University of Warwick to study economics will Sonali Patel is going to the University of Leeds to study biochemistry having achieved A*, A and a B in her A-levels.