At Teign School, we are very proud to announce another exceptionally strong set of A Level results. Our Sixth Form students have performed very well and they should be incredibly pleased by their achievements. Their hard work and endeavours have been rewarded with some fantastic outcomes.

Students’ progress and attainment have improved once again with over two thirds of the grades for A Level and Vocational courses at grade C or higher; over 40% of A Level grades are A*-B.

Headteacher, Suzannah Wharf, commented “With the support of hard-working staff, students at Teign have once again excelled in their outcomes. Many students have been successful in their applications to a variety of universities, including Bath, Exeter, Southampton, Bristol and Birmingham, and further educational establishments, apprenticeships and jobs as a result of the outcomes we have achieved together. We are delighted that our students are set to pursue their future dreams and careers. We would like to congratulate all of the students for their achievements and wish them all the best for their future endeavours”.

“I am truly delighted that our students’ hard work has paid off and would like to congratulate them all for their perseverance and efforts. Education is something that can never be taken for granted. I would urge all young people to make the most of the opportunities they are given as it can lead to all sorts of exciting and wonderful futures. One of the benefits of a joint Sixth Form based within schools is that the students have staff who know them well and can tailor-make individualised support, advice and guidance”.

Director of Sixth Form, Ros Walker, said, “’On behalf of everyone at Teign School and Education South West, I would like to congratulate all of our young people on their outstanding results. We are delighted that Teign School and Education South West continues to show an upward trend in post 16 outcomes and this is testament to the hard work of the students and the staff. We are exceptionally proud of their achievements. We continue to be thrilled that students have the opportunity to pursue the courses and careers of their choice and wish them every success in the future”.



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