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2018 A Level Results

Students at Melton Vale Sixth Form College are celebrating another year of amazing A Level results.

Kirstie Black, Head of College said

"I am incredibly proud of what our students have achieved again this year. These youngsters have worked tirelessly and many have achieved A* and A grades because of this hard working ethos.”

She added:

“The new term starts on August 28 and we are really looking forward to working with the new Year 12 students. We have limited places still available so if any families want to put forward a student they can contact the school to find out more.”

Milla Walker, who came to MV16 from John Ferneley College, was delighted to have secured a place at Central Saint Martins College to study Fashion Design.

She said

"The art department at MV16 have been so supportive. Teaching has been second to none and this college can offer students really needs to be shouted about!"

Oli Blake, who got 3 A grades in English Literature, Economics and History, is heading to the University of Nottingham to study Law.

Commenting on his time at MV 16, Oli observed that

"one of the strengths of MV16 is that teachers are willing to give there time freely to support students and that has been a massive help to me. I never felt they were teaching me just to pass an exam, there was always much much more to studying at MV16 than that. Their commitment to all the students has been admirable and I'm very grateful."

Best friends Saskia Davies and Sam Dryell who came to MV16 from Catmose College were also celebrating on results day.

Saskia, with a place at Bristol University to study Dentistry said:

"MV16 has a very friendly atmosphere, everyone knows each other well and it's a real community. The teachers have been really helpful and always went the extra mile to help and support."

Sam, with a place at the University of Sheffield to study Architecture added:

"The support I've received at MV 16 has been excellent. The teachers treat you like adults and that allows you to build a strong relationship with staff."

​Joe Cobourne, with 2 A*s and an A, was delighted with his place at the University of Warwick to study International Management:

He said:

"There has been so much support available in terms of applying for university. I've had help with my personal statement but also really good guidance on course choices.

Teachers know their students and provide really individualised coaching and support."

Top achieving MV16 A-level students this year:

Lucy Baker A*, A, A, A; Peter Birley A*, A*, A; Oliver Blake A, A, A; Sarah Brown A*, A*, A; Joseph Cobourne A*, A*, A; Lauren Cornfield A*, A, A; Saskia Davies A*, A*, A; Sam Dryell A*, A*, B; Emily Geeson A, A, A: Amy Giblett A*, A*, A; Harley Giblett A*, A*, A (BTEC); Thomas Golland A*, A, B; Megan Keegan A*, A, B; Molly Krzeczkowski A, A, A; Bali Nelson A*, A*, C; Natalia Platts A*, A*, C; Charlotte Potter A*, A, B; William Robinson A*, A, B; Holly Schofield A*, A, A; Milla Walker A*, A*, A; Aliyah Williams-Ridgeway A*, A*, A; Samuel Pitt-Miller A*, A, B.

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