- Entering EBacc: 60%
- Staying in education or entering employment: 96%
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 on your wonderful results. We are very proud of what you have achieved and of all of your successes in your time at our school. You have worked extremely hard and have been a true pleasure to work with. We wish you all the very best for the future as you move on to the next stage of your educational journey.
This would not have been possible without the commitment of your teachers and all of the adults working in school and I would like to thank them for their hard work and the support that they have given to you. Also, I would like to thank your families and our community who have also been a tremendous support to our students and helped them to achieve their best.
We wish you all the very best for the future as you continue to Aspire, Believe and Achieve.
Mrs J. Fahey, Academy Headteacher
Sixth Form Results
On behalf of all of the Whalley Range Sixth Form community, I would like to extend huge congratulations to the class of 2021 for all of their hard work, determination and resilience that has lead to some fantastic achievements for our students. We are all very proud of them and wish them every success in their next steps, whether that be University, an Apprenticeship or Employment.
A big thank you to all the staff as none of this would have been possible without their excellent teaching and the support they have provided students throughout their time in the Sixth Form.
This cohort of Year 13 students will never be forgotten and they have all earned their place as valued members of the Whalley Range Sixth Form alumnae and we hope that they keep in touch with updates on their successes.
Mr J. Atkinson, Head of Sixth Form
At Whalley Range Sixth Form the post-18 progression of our students is central to the provision that we have in place. We are determined to ensure that students receive bespoke careers education, information and guidance to empower them to make the right post-18 decisions.
The Year 13s* that left us in Summer 2021 progressed, as follows:
- University: 95%
- Apprenticeship: 4%
- Employment: 1%
*There were 88 Year 13 students in Year 13 in 2020/21
Of the students progressing to university, they moved on to the following institutions:
- University of Manchester
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- Salford University
- Bolton University
- Liverpool University
- Keele University
- Tbilisi University
Students moved on to read a range of courses, including:
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Biomedical Sciences
- Primary Teaching
- Business Management
- Accounting and Finance
- English and Creative Writing
- Computer Science