SLAT SIXTH FORM @ BOURNE ACADEMY
Results and student destinations
Sixth Form Exam Results
We are proud that Bourne Academy is one of the top performing non-selective mixed secondary school in the whole of Lincolnshire and consistently out-performs many grammar schools across the county.
This academic success continues in Sixth Form as our students achieve outstanding results in both A-levels and BTEC qualifications.
Over the last four years, our students have achieved an average 99.8% pass rate for both A-level and BTEC qualifications.
In 2023, our students achieved the following grades:
- 99% pass rate for both A-levels and BTECs
- 59% of A-level and BTEC grades were the equivalent to A*-A
- 76% of BTEC grades were Distinction* or Distinction (equivalent to A*-A at A-level)
- 77% of A-level History grades were A*-B
- 71% of A-level Psychology grades were A*-B
- 100% of BTEC Information Technology & Computing grades were Distinction* or Distinction (equivalent to A*-A at A-level)
- 100% of BTEC Health & Social Care grades were Distinction* or Distinction (equivalent to A*-A at A-level)
Careers support and student destinations
Sixth Form is a vital period where students will start to specialise in specific areas as they work towards higher education, a higher level apprenticeship and training or employment.
It is important to us that our students are fully prepared so they succeed in their chosen pathway. Our dedicated and experienced careers team work with every student offering objective and impartial advice so they can make a successful transition.
The majority of our students choose to go to university and we will start working with students on their UCAS application in Year 12. We encourage visits to university Open Days as well as providing support and information for personal statements, applications, subject areas and student finance.
The graph below represents where our students progress after studying in Sixth Form.
The link below contains destination information for Year 11 and Year 13. Click here for more information about the outstanding careers education, information, advice and guidance all students in the school and Sixth Form will receive.
Class of 2023
Students from the Academic, Vocational and Combination study pathways can all progress to university. In 2023, 99% of students went to their first choice university.
Anna Paskin (160 UCAS points + EPQ)
Anna improved her chances of gaining a place to her first choice university by studying the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) on the COMBINED PATHWAY. After achieving a Distinction* in BTEC Health & Social Care, A* in A-level Biology, A in A-level English Language and an A in the EPQ, she is now studying Forensic Psychology & Criminal Justice at Liverpool John Moores University.
Jakub Baranowski (192 UCAS points)
Jakub studied his GCSEs at Spalding Academy and joined Bourne Academy in Year 12 for Sixth Form. With a keen interest in the sciences he studied four subjects on the COMBINED PATHWAY and secured a place at a Russell Group university. He achieved A in A-level Maths, A in A-level Physics, B in A-level Chemistry and Distinction* in BTEC Applied Science and is now studying Physics at the University of York.
Archie Arnold (168 UCAS points)
Archie followed the VOCATIONAL PATHWAY and secured a place to study Professional Policing at the University of Northampton and aims to become a Detective Constable. He achieved the highest possible grades with a Distinction* in BTEC Business, a Distinction* in BTEC Sport & Physical Activity and a Distinction* in BTEC Music. These grades are the equivalent to 3 x A* grades at A-level.
Roxana Coltatu (152 UCAS points)
Roxana is a former Spalding Academy student who following the ACADEMIC PATHWAY and achieved A* in A-level Biology, A in A-level Maths and A in A-level Geography. She is now studying Nutrition & Dietetics at the University of Nottingham, which is a prestigious Russell Group university. After graduating she aims to work for the NHS as a Paediatric Dietician to help with the growth and development of young children.