Sixth Form Success

Sixth Form Success

Cannock Chase High School is delighted with the successes of its students and we are thrilled to announce our best ever Sixth Form results. With the national focus on progress (how much value you add to students’ performance) Cannock Chase High School’s progress, in comparison to last year’s figures, would place it as the top performing Sixth Form in the Cannock and Rugeley district for academic progress. The vocational progress score not only places it as the top performing local school but also means that on average every student makes three quarters of a grade better progress in vocational subjects compared to similar students nationally.

43 students have successfully obtained a place at the university of their choice. Particular mention must go to: Head Boy Jordan Morris who, having achieved A*AB, will go on to study politics at University of York; Elliot Walters has secured a place to study International Business at University of Liverpool, again having achieved A*AB; Courtney-Lee Sutton and Amy Hodgkiss, CCHS Deputy Head Girls, achieved A*, A, B and A, A, B respectively and will both go on to study at Russell Group Universities.

Cannock Chase High School Headteacher, Mr Iain Turnbull, said “I would like to congratulate all of our students. They have been a delight to teach and thoroughly deserve their success. I would also like to thank our staff for their hard work in supporting students to achieve these excellent results. Behind these figures lie countless individual student success stories. Cannock Chase High School is set to have outstanding value added/progress again this year. There has been a very high take up of places at university and we wish all students every success in their future courses and careers.”

If you wish to join our successful Sixth Form for a September 2016 start all information and application forms are available on our website, www.cannockchasehigh.com, or contact Mr David Reynolds, Assistant Headteacher (Post 16), d.reynolds@cannockchase-high.staffs.sch.uk, to discuss your personal situation.