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A Level Result Success!
Posted On: 15/08/19
Once again, Joyce Frankland Academy students celebrate success
The class of 2019 at Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport will be celebrating as a result of some exceptional A-level results. It would be impossible to list all of the outstanding achievements.
However, amongst those who have excelled are, Tara Panesar who has achieved her ambition of gaining the grades she required to attend St. John’s College, Cambridge to study History of Art (A* Art, A* English Literature, A History). Head Boy, Regan Nicolaou, achieved A, A, B in Italian, Maths and Biology, he is going to Liverpool to read Italian and Economics. Bronwyn Evans, also achieved A, A, B in Biology, Chemistry and Maths and is also going to Liverpool to read Civil Engineering. Head Girl, Jasmine Parkin, achieved an A, B, B in Photography, Art and English Language, Jasmine will be studying Graphic design at Norwich University of Arts. Additionally, Deputy Head Boy, Callum Boyle, achieved three B grades in Business, Economics and English Literature. Finally, Jessica Hines also achieved three B grades in English language, Media and Sociology. All of these students have exemplified the Academy’s values and ethos throughout their time at school.
Principal, Duncan Roberts, said, “We are enormously proud of all the students who have received their results today. We are an inclusive Sixth Form centre, and whether students intend to go on to university, apprenticeships or work, we continue to have an impressive success rate in enabling them to fulfil their ambitions. Staff work tirelessly to ensure that all students receive academic and pastoral support which enables them to flourish. Whether students have been members of this Academy for seven years, or two, they have played an integral role in being ambassadors for our traditions and values. We wish them all the best with their future endeavours and they will remain an important part of the Academy’s history. The ongoing success of our students demonstrates just how vital a part the sixth form plays in the Academy’s past, present and future.”