Towers School and Sixth Form Centre


A Level Results Day 2017

There is much to celebrate for Sixth Form staff and students at Towers School who received fantastic A Level and BTEC results this morning following another successful two years of study.

Principal, Mr Billings, said “We want to congratulate all of our students. The hard work and determination that these students have shown is commendable and they should be, as we are, massively proud of their achievements. We wish them well as they take up their places at university, employment, or begin their gap year. We would like to thank all of the families and teaching staff for their support over the two years of study”.

 Particular mention should be made of Jonathan Gardener, who achieved an A grade in Sociology, B grade in English Literature and Distinction* in Business Studies and is going on to the University of Kent to study Sociology.  Connie Moore who achieved an A* and Charlotte Edmonds who achieved an A in CACHE (Childhood and Education)  who are both going on to work and train in Primary Education. Elliot Bradford and Kelsey Gill who are both heading to the University of Exeter to study Drama.

Other notable achievements include: Nathan Murphy, who achieved Distinction* in Law and Acting and an A Grade in Sociology and is going on to study Drama and Theatre at University of Kent.  Rebecca Williams who achieved Double Distinction * in Sport and a Distinction * in Business Studies and is heading off to Canterbury Christchurch University to study Sport and Exercise Sciences.  Stefan Lawrence who achieved a Distinction* in both Law and Business Studies and a Merit in Sport. Monica Rakas who achieved a B grade in Psychology and a Double Distinction* in Health and Social Care. Yasmin Blackford who achieved a Double Distinction * in Sport and a C grade in Psychology.

 Nisha Rossiter who is off to study Religion, Philosophy and Ethics at Canterbury Christchurch University said “Always strive for what you want; do not let others dissuade you! Always aim high and keep going. People do believe in you. Thank you to all the teachers that have supported me throughout the 2 years and given me all the knowledge that I needed to achieve in the future”.

 We wish all of our students every success on their future pathways.

An additional reason for celebration is that we have been accredited as an International Baccalaureate Career Programme school which means that, from September, we can offer even more exciting routes to success. The IBCP offers a uniquely rigorous academic programme and incorporates an additional emphasis on students’ personal development. Another exciting year ahead!

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