Archbishop Holgate’s School head teacher Andrew Daly paid tribute to his sixth formers today.
He said: “As a school, we are incredibly proud of Year 13 and all they have achieved during their time at Archbishop Holgate’s which equates to another excellent set of results.
“Students have worked extremely hard over the past two years and, in the face of the challenging circumstances, have demonstrated great resilience and determination.
“Whilst students should be extremely proud of their excellent academic achievements, the measure of their success and development goes well beyond this: both individually and collectively, they have consistently embodied the school values and have been excellent role models for the rest of the school community.
We are proud of the people they have become and are pleased they have all been able to progress on their individual journey, whether this is to university, apprenticeships, or employment.
“We would like to thank Year 13 for all they have contributed to the school over what, for many, is the last seven years and wish them all the very best for the future. We will miss them and we look forward to hearing about their successes in the years ahead.”
Director of Sixth Form, Frankie De Lashley said: “We are extremely proud to have supported this cohort of young people over the past two years.
“It has been incredibly challenging and yet they have remained determined and committed to their aspirational progression plans. We wish them every success and have no doubt of their future accomplishments after triumphing during such a trying time in their academic career.”