Sixth Form return beckons for many as Worksop College pupils impress with GCSE results
Milestones for many were celebrated at Worksop College yesterday, as students reaped the rewards for their commitment to their studies with excellent results.
Ability in the broadest sense is cherished at Worksop College and Ranby House, with a focus firmly on progress, recognising that every child has their own set of skills, be it academic, sporting, musical or otherwise.
GCSEs have been balanced alongside outstanding achievements by many students in extra-curricular activities, Max for example is heading to another ISA school in Tring Park School for the Performing Arts to purse his dreams in theatre.
Similarly, Laurena achieved superb grades, all whilst committing a considerable portion of her spare time to the studio as an aspiring ballet dancer. Laurena is returning to the Sixth Form to study Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics as she continues on her dreams in dance.
Grace involves herself in every aspect of school life, playing Hockey, embarking on DofE expeditions and being a part of the CCF, she will continue all of that as she joins the Sixth Form:
“I’m looking forward to starting in the Sixth Form,
“I hope to continue with my co-curricular activities as well as learning more about my favourite subjects.”
John Price, Headmaster of Worksop College & Ranby House, is ‘thrilled’ by their achievements:
“I am thrilled for all our GCSE students on what is a nerve-wracking day for them. They have worked exceptionally hard to get such impressive results – many of them getting higher than they were targeted.
“I’d like to thank all the staff at Worksop College who have helped get these pupils to where they are today. I’m looking forward to welcoming them back in September, when they will begin their A Levels alongside many new classmates.”