Wyke 2012 Results
Outstanding Results at Wyke Sixth Form College
Yet again, students at Wyke 6th Form College have shown a combination of talent and hard work to achieve outstanding success. This combined with superb teaching and the best possible facilities has meant that 99.9% of students have achieved a pass grade at A Level. 100% pass rates were achieved in 37 subjects, with 42% achieving the top grades of A*, A or B.
At AS level the pass rate is 94.7% - a staggering improvement of 5.3%, with 16 subjects achieving a 100% pass rate.
No less than 10 students achieved all their grades at A* or A, and particular congratulations go to Alexandra Walker, who achieved five A* grades; Bethany Cook, who achieved 3 A* grades; Annie Renn and Brendan Rutherford who achieved 2 A* grades each.
The highest achieving students are:
- Alexandra Walker from Cottingham High School
- Bethany Cook from Newland School for Girls
- Annie Renn from Newland School for Girls
- Brendan Rutherford from Malet Lambert High School
- Michael Bower from Beverley Grammar School
- Ryan Carron from Sir Henry Cooper High School
- Georgina Wilson from Hull Collegiate
- Mona Panahi from Newland School from Girls
- Basil Gray from Sydney Smith High School
- Laura Dobson from Sydney Smith High School
- Rhea Halsey from Wolfreton High School
- Sani Lama from Hymers
- Shona Tate from Wolfreton High School
Principal, Jay Trivedy, said:
“These are an outstanding set of results and reflect the tremendous work that is done at our college by all the staff and students. The age range of 16 – 19 is, in my opinion, the most exciting period when young people are fully exploring their own lasting potential. It is a pleasure to be able to work with them and a privilege to be able to lead such a wonderful college.
The staff at Wyke, show year on year, their expertise in bringing the best out of each and every student. Post 16 students are our sole focus and the students at Wyke show what can be achieved when the right teaching, support and facilities are there for them.
I am absolutely delighted in my first year and I know that our college will continue to provide the best possible education for the widest range of young people. We have consistently shown what can be done in the city. It is an engine of confidence and achievement for the future."
Mr John Wilson, Chair of the Wyke 6th Form College Corporation, added:
“Once again our students have achieved a fantastic set of results. I congratulate them for their hard work and wish them well for the future. Thanks must go to all the college staff for their hard work and dedication. I also want to pay tribute to our new principal, Jay Trivedy, who has consolidated the previous improvements and is leading the College to further success.”