Kirk Hallam Sixth Form congratulates all post-16 students on A-Level Results Day

Kirk Hallam Community Academy would like to congratulate each and every one of its post-16 students on their results obtained today and their hard work in the run-up to the exams.
After being forced to complete their Key Stage 4 education in the height of the pandemic, with their GCSEs being graded by their class teachers and then beginning their further education studies during COVID’s immediate aftermath, the class of 2023 have today received the results of their efforts.
Chris Turner, Head Teacher, said: “We are incredibly proud of our Year 13 students who have worked so hard over the last two years. This group of students did not sit their GCSE exams but have shown great determination and professionalism in their approach to their A-Level studies.
“It has been a privilege to see our students achieve such positive results and we wish them well in their chosen next steps.”
Kirk Hallam Sixth Form has once again had some incredible success stories with their Year 13 results this year. Their highest-performing student this year was Eve Beharall, who achieved three A*s and two A grades in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, German and EPQ.
Dr Tom Bennison, Head of Sixth Form, said: “Eve is a very talented mathematician and I am pleased she has done so well in her exams. It has been lovely to see the vast majority of our students progress to their preferred next step of their education journey.
“I’m so proud of the way our students have navigated the challenges of the last couple of years. They have all worked incredibly hard for these results.”
Georgie Hewitt is another student who has achieved excellent results, with A* / A / B in English Literature, Religious Studies and Psychology respectively. She is going to be taking up a place at the University of Nottingham to study English Literature and Philosophy.
Aaliyah Proctor is really pleased with B / B / B in Psychology, Sociology and Textiles and is off to study Psychology at Nottingham Trent University.
Isaac Donald will be studying Mechatronics and Robotics at the University of Sheffield after achieving ABBC in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Computer Science and Chemistry respectively.
Sandy Paley, Executive Head Teacher, said: “We’re very proud of the resilience shown by our students in their approach towards their first set of public examinations due to COVID disruption.
“We’re delighted to see so many of our students secure the grades they need to attend their first-choice destination as they embark on the next stage of their lives.”
Ash Rahman, CEO of Nova Education Trust, added: “Today’s results reflect an extraordinary effort from the students and the staff that have supported them.
“Despite the more challenging grade boundaries and the disruption to their learning before and during their A-Level studies, our young people have shown immense tenacity and have worked extremely hard to achieve their grades. I am so proud of each and every one of them.
“Huge congratulations and my very best wishes to them for the future.”

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