Royal Harbour Academy celebrates Sixth Form results

Celebrating results at Royal Harbour Academy

The Royal Harbour Academy is celebrating Sixth Form results with 82% of students who studied the International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme passing the qualification and 100% of students passing  BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council ) qualifications.

There were some excellent individual performances:  Ryan Farr passed the IBCP gaining D*D*D* in BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Public Services, a 4 in both Maths Studies and IT in the Global Society, a C grade in his Reflective Project, and Pass in Japanese, Service Learning and Personal & Professional Skills.

During his time in the RHA Sixth Form, Ryan has also successfully completed a sailing course and raced with the Royal Temple Yacht Club, planned and delivered origami and PE sessions to younger year groups and undergone work experience at the Marlowe Innovation Centre. Ryan is going on to study policing at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Isabella Pettman passed the IBCP gaining MMM in BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care, a 4 in both Social and Cultural Anthropology and ITGS, a C in Reflective Project and Pass in Japanese, Service Learning and PPS. During her time at the Sixth Form, Isabella has also successfully completed first aid training and a level 2 defibrillator course. Isabella has also completed National Citizenship Service and volunteered at the Dreamland Safety in Action primary school event. Isabella is going on to study Human Biology at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Head teacher Simon Pullen said: “Our students have done very well in every IB subject and they have exceeded the rigorous targets set by the school. Over 50% of the students have decided to go to university and have secured their first choice institution.”

Ollie Donohoe, Head of Sixth Form, added: “I am pleased with the results and am very proud that along with the good grades, all those students who have applied to university have won a place. Whether the students are going to university, starting an apprenticeship or going straight into employment, they are equipped with the qualifications and skills to be highly successful post 18.”

Linda Regan, Head of the International Baccalaureate Programme said: “I am very proud of all the students who have worked so hard over the past two years. They have had a huge impact in the life and running of the school and I wish them well with their next steps and in their future careers.”