Sixth Form students were celebrating after receiving their fantastic results. The Academy has yet again achieved a 100% pass rate in both A Level and Level 3 Vocational courses. An amazing 48% of A Level grades were A-B, with 62% Distinction grades awarded on Level 3 Vocational courses.
Students will now progress to complete degree courses at universities across the country.
Danika McCaulsky achieved A’s in Biology and Psychology, B in Chemistry and C in the Extended Project Qualification to secure her place at the University of Leeds to study Medicine. Danika can also be exceptionally proud of achieving 100% attendance throughout her time at the Academy. She said, “I am absolutely buzzing. I am particularly proud of my Biology grade as it was very hard. I’m really overwhelmed as I didn’t think I would get into medical school. I can’t wait to start my dream rewarding career helping people.” Danika and her sister are the first generation in their family to go to university, with her sister already pursuing a medical career studying to be a midwife.
Saad Khan achieved A in Chemistry, B in Biology and B in Physics and will be studying Clinical Science at the University of Bradford. He said, “I’m very happy with my results and can’t wait to start my studies as a foundation for Medicine. I hope to become a surgeon or GP in the future. As the first in my family to go to university, my family are very pleased and proud. I’d like to thank Miss Jibodu for her support over the past few years and today, she is the best.”
Madihah Mulla achieved 3B’s in Biology, Chemistry and Psychology and secured a place studying Radiography at the University of Derby. She said, “I’m really happy with my results, I feel fantastic. I can now pursue my dream to eventually work in hospitals. My family are really pleased and proud of me. Thank you to Tong and particularly Miss Webster who has been really supportive”.
Asad Mahmood will go onto study Optometry at the University of Bradford after securing the required grades.
Natalia Plucinska achieved the grades she needs to pursue her dream career of becoming a solicitor and has also been awarded the Frank Hester Scholarship, which will help to support her throughout her future studies. Natalia said, “I’m pleased with my results, and I now have a decision to make on the best route for me to become a solicitor. I will hopefully either take an apprenticeship in a law firm based in Halifax or study at the University of Leeds. My teachers have been really supportive, in particular Mr Pickthall and Mrs Webster”.
Dan Styles, Principal at Tong Leadership Academy, said, “We are delighted with our student’s performance over the last two years which has culminated in these fantastic results. We wish all of our students every success for the future”.