Successful progression for Campsmount Students
We would like to congratulate all our Year 13 students, who once again, achieved an excellent set of results. The A level students have completed their first ever formal secondary examinations having been awarded teacher assessed grades in 2021 for their GCSE years. The applied qualification students have met the demands of both external exams and external moderation to achieve a strong set of grades. All students who have planned to progress to higher education have achieved the level 3 qualifications needed to meet their university offers with 92% securing a place at their first choice university. Students have also engaged in apprenticeship programmes and are seeking employment in a variety of key Doncaster sectors.
There were individual students who have performed exceptionally well, particularly in the vocational subjects, including Kyle Ward who achieved the highest possible grades – recording three distinction stars (D*D*D*) in Applied Science and in addition securing his first choice University course – studying biomedical science at the University of Lincoln. Emily Thompson and Cohen Stephenson both achieved D*D*D grades in Sport and have both secured first choice places at university. Cohen will be studying Sport and Exercise Science at Leeds Beckett University; Emily will be studying Early Years and Primary Educaton at Sheffield Hallam University. Katie Coleman achieved D*D*D in Health and Social Care and Toni Clark secured a grade B in Art and D*D in Health and Social Care. Toni is moving on to Sheffield Hallam University to study Psychology. Abbie Myers is our highest achieving A Level student achieving AAB and a D* in Business. We wish her well in her studies in Physics at Warwick University.
The Campsmount community are very proud of everyone’s achievements, and we would also like to thank the staff and parents that have supported our young people throughout their time here – their input is invaluable.
Finally, we would like to wish all our fantastic students the success they deserve in the future.