Best Results Ever – Tabor Student goes to Oxford University to read History

Students and Staff at Tabor Academy, part of the Loxford Trust, are celebrating the best set of results Tabor has ever achieved.

A’ level and Level 3 BTEC results were collected today by very delighted students and parents. Many are progressing to university with the highest number of students ever having secured their first choices, with a higher number of students going on to study at Russell Group Universities.

Holly was delighted when she opened her results, after 2 years of consistently studying hard, she is celebrating achieving A A A and securing her first choice at Oxford University to study History. Holly said, ‘I am completely overwhelmed. I know I have got into Oxford, but I don’t really think it has sunk in yet.’

James achieved A B B and was offered his first choice of course at University College London to study History and Politics of the Americas. James was delighted, ‘I’m really pleased I got into my first choice of university. It was hard work and I had lots of support.’

Caitlin, who is going to Essex University to study Literature, said, ‘I am really pleased I achieved the grades to get me into my first choice of university and I can’t wait to start. Studying at Tabor has been a great foundation for studying literature.’

Ella and George studied a two year BTEC in Business Studies and achieved Distinction and Merit grades, equivalent to AAA and CCC. George has secured a Level Three Apprenticeship in a Financing.

Aspirations were high this year and the staff are delighted to be able to congratulate students as they now prepare and plan for their futures.

Sarah Speller, Headteacher, said, ‘Everyone at Tabor would like to extend huge congratulations to all our Sixth Form students this year. I am extremely proud of the students at Tabor. Both the staff and students hard work, dedication and commitment has paid off. We are so excited for the future of our students and for those that are joining us in the sixth form this September.’