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The Forest Academy is delighted to report on brilliant GCSE and Vocational Level 2 exam results achieved by the students this summer.

Will Mackintosh, Principal, said: “As a school, we are incredibly proud of our students who have worked so hard for these qualifications. Their results are thoroughly deserved, and there were wonderful scenes of delight and celebration when the students collected their results this morning. Our staff worked tirelessly to support the students throughout the grading process, and to ensure that all students have high-quality post-16 education options. All of the students should be really proud of their achievements – they have been a pleasure to work with, and are a credit to themselves, their families and the whole Forest Academy community. We look forward to welcoming many of them back to the Beal 6th Form Forest Academy Campus in September.”

Lucy Hough, who was awarded 8 GCSEs at grade 7 or above said: “I am delighted with my results – the teachers at Forest Academy really supported me throughout my time here, and I’m really looking forward to staying next year to do A-levels in English, Law and Economics”.

Nichita Condorachi, all of whose GCSEs were at grade 7 or above said: “The teachers here have been amazing. They have been so supporting during my time at Forest Academy – they help everyone, no matter what their challenges, and are genuinely committed to all of the students – that is why I have loved my time here”. Nichita is going to Beal High School campus to study A-levels in Chemistry, Maths, Biology and Spanish.

Particular congratulations must go to Mike Malik, who achieved 7 grade 8s, Mariyah Rahman who achieved 6 grade 9s, and Theebiga Vilvarajah who achieved 6 qualifications at grade 8 or 9.

The majority of our Year 11 students are staying at Beal 6th form, either at The Forest Academy or Beal High School campus. All others are completing high-quality apprenticeships or will attend local colleges.