Cordeaux Academy Sixth Form students celebrated success in their Post 16 studies.
The scademy is pioneering a developing range of A-level standard Post 16 opportunities linked to business and the world of work, with Professional Pathways in vocational areas such as Motor Vehicle Engineering and Construction alongside BTEC, Apprenticeships and traditional academic A-levels.
Notable successes include the 100 per cent pass rate on Level 3 Motor Vehicle Engineering. From this course Adam Patchett and Callum Stephens will be the first Cordeaux students to take up places at Derby University to study Motorsport. Both have ambitions to work in Formula 1.
Danny Woodall has been selected for a prestigious advanced apprenticeship at Louth Tractors and he will be joined by Alex Brocklebank who will continue the family tradition in a successful local business.
Sophie Hanstock’s Level 3 Applied Science qualification takes her on to a posting in the RAF.
Cordeaux Academy Principal Peter Kubicki said: “We are very proud to introduce a more diverse and relevant range of progression routes for young people in the Louth area community to prepare them for successful futures in a changing world and with the Participation Age raised to 18.”
Director of Post 16 Andrea Taylor said: “We are delighted that many more students are progressing at Levels 1, 2 and 3 and we congratulate them on their achievements. Special mention must be made of this year’s inaugural Foundation Learning group who were all successful.”