Jane Austen College GCSE Results reflect the Pupils strength of CharacterBack
Jane Austen College is incredibly proud of their Pupils GCSE Results and resilience and can't wait to welcome many of them back for A-levels in September at their Sixth Form.
Executive Principal, Antony Little and Head of School, Summer Turner said:
“We are incredibly proud of our Year 11 students for their success this year, particularly in such challenging circumstances. Jane Austen College students have weathered this storm with great resilience and these results represent not only the depth of their knowledge but also the strength of their character. This success is also a testament to the hard work of our staff and the immense support of our families.
We are excited to be welcoming many of these students back to study A-Levels with us in our sixth form and in our joint sixth form with Sir Isaac Newton, and thrilled for those who have chosen new paths whether these be apprenticeships or further study at colleges around Norfolk.”
Jane Austen College is excited to welcome back:
Ruby Sweetman, who is going to both Jane Austen College Sixth Form and Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form to study History, Politics, Geography and Core Maths, after achieving an impressive seven 9s and two 8s. Ruby remarked: “Luckily my hard work paid off, so I'm very happy.”
Niah Shepherd is also going to both Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form and Jane Austen Sixth Form to Study Maths, Physics and Graphics, after achieving an impressive four 9s, four 8s and a 7. Niah remarked she was feeling “So relieved, because I've put in a lot of effort, not just now but since I started in Year 7.”