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A Level Results 2016

South Dartmoor Sixth Form students have once again achieved a stunning selection of A Level and Level 3 results.

Students on technical courses have performed well with a 100% pass rate for the Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Sport, with a particularly good outcome for Alex Woodgates who achieved three Distinction* grades for this qualification. In addition to Alex's commitment to his studies he also played in the U20 England CP Football Team in 2016 and the U19 National Development League for the Chelsea FC Foundation Academy, the latter being based at South Dartmoor Community College. Alex has shown outstanding ability in both his sport and studies and thoroughly deserves his success in both.

There are many high performing A Level students. Oliver Bellworthy has added to the A grade he achieved last year for French A Level with three further A grades in Spanish, English Language and the Extended Project Qualification. Oliver is heading to Southampton University to study French. Cameron Bunch, who joined South Dartmoor Sixth Form from an international school in Abu Dhabi at the start of year 12 is leaving us with A grades in Drama and Theatre Studies, Mathematics and Business. Cameron has a place at Leeds University to study International Business and Marketing. Oliver Dobson has excelled in his A Level results, achieving A* in the Extended Project Qualification and A grades in Sociology, History and Philosophy and Ethics. Rebecca Evans is taking up a place to study Medicine at Kings College having achieved A* in Biology and A grades for Mathematics and Chemistry. Daniel Fraser who, as well as being a very talented Musician and contributing a great deal to the cultural life of the college, has also achieved a great set of results with A* for the Extended Project Qualification and A grades for Music, English Language and Media Studies. Dan is taking up a place at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute in Brighton to study Song Writing. Eloise Lyons-Martin will be heading off to the bright lights of London to undertake her degree studies having gained AA in Double Award Business and B grades in Sociology and Media Studies. Louise Pearse has achieved A* grades in Mathematics and Biology, an A grade in Chemistry and a C grade in Music and will be taking up a place to study Speech and Language Therapy at The University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth. Tom Roberts has gained an A* grade in History, A grades in Biology and the Extended Project and B in Economics. George Starkey is leaving us to go Bristol University to study Mathematics having achieved an A* in Mathematics and a grades in Further Mathematics and Chemistry and a B grade in Physics.

Kirsty Matthews, Deputy Principal and Director of Sixth Form is overjoyed with the personal success stories of so many of the students, "I am incredibly proud of all our students and thank them for inspiring me with their excellent work ethic, enthusiasm and tenacity throughout their two or three years of study. We have a great team work ethic at South Dartmoor and through the combined effort of students, their parents and the teaching and support staff, our learners are able to fulfil their potential and step forwards into some very exciting progression routes."