As the nation celebrates a record breaking medal haul in the Olympics, potential future Olympian Harry Jones has netted three great A-levels whilst also representing England in Volleyball.
The talented LeAF Studio student scored an A in English Literature and two Bs in Biology and Media Studies – and during the exam period he also played for England U20 Beach Volleyball in the European Championships in Turkey and England U21s at the World Championships in Switzerland.
LeAF Studio is the specialist school for talented athletes and performers aged 13-19.
Other success stories include Kim Best who scored a Triple Distinction* in Performing Arts and a Distinction* Distinction in Creative Media; Olivia Ellis with a Triple Distinction* in Performing Arts and Double Distinction in Creative Media; Connor Clarke with a Triple Distinction* in Creative Media, Double Distinction* in Performing Arts and a C in A-Level Media Studies and Eleni Bitadou who scored an A in both AS and A-level Greek, a B in English Literature and a C in Maths. The overall pass rate for LeAF Studio was 99%.
There were also successes at sister school, Oak Academy where all students achieved 100% A-Level pass rates in the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The overall pass rate for Oak Academy was 97% with 45% of results being equivalent to grades of A*-C at A level.
Macaulay Way is off to university to study Physics after scoring an A in the subject at A-level. He also scored three Bs in Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
Future Forensic Investigator Patrick Stewart has secured a place at Bournemouth University to study Forensic Investigation following good BTEC Level 3 and AS-level grades, including a Triple Distinction in Games Development whilst Nathanael Coleman will be studying for a Computer Science degree after also achieving a Triple Distinction.
Principal of LeAF Studio and Oak Academy Sixth Form, Nadine Lapskas, said: “We are fantastically proud of all our A-level students who have achieved their success through hard work and dedication. Everyone at the LeAF Academy wishes them all the best for their futures.”
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