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A Level & Level 3 BTEC Results

Huge congratulations to Lady Lumley’s Year 13 students as they collect their A Level and Level 3 BTEC results. Today is about recognising the individual and collective challenge that the 2023 students have faced and celebrating their efforts, application and performance to come through so well. Thank you to all the parents/carers who have supported their children through 13 years of education, to all Lady Lumley’s staff who have thoroughly enjoyed teaching them and caring for them – we are all so proud of their achievements.

Saul Bateman achieved A*A*A*A and will study Physics at Manchester. Felicity Lloyd achieved A*A*AA and will read Mathematics at Bristol University. Lucy Hinchcliffe achieved A*A*A and will study Chemistry at Liverpool. Isabelle Wilson achieved A*AA and will read Law at Newcastle. Freya Botzen achieved three A’s and will study Biological Sciences at Durham. What an exciting time awaits all of them in September and beyond!

More outstanding achievements include – Molly Harland will read Physics with Astrophysics at Hull University following her excellent A*AB results. Sam Lowe will go on and study Business Management at Liverpool University having achieved ABB. Alexandra Tubbs will be undertaking a Veterinary Nursing course after achieving ABB. Gianluca Mastrolonardo is going to Birmingham to study Geography and Urban & Regional Planning following two B’s and a Distinction*. Sarah-Jane Skaife gained 3 grade C and is looking forward to a GAP year. Leo Wilbor gained CCC and is pursuing a Dental Nursing Apprenticeship. 

Clair Foden, Headteacher, understands the enormity of their success - ‘Lady Lumley’s Year 13 of 2023 deserve our recognition and congratulations. As a year group, they have had a unique experience of education with disruption due to Covid all through Key Stage 4, cancelled GCSE and ongoing peaks of Covid disrupting teaching and learning. There is significant press coverage this year in the depression of A Level grades nationally and the challenges of securing University places. Against this backdrop all our students have succeeded in progressing through two years of advanced study to sit their A Level and Level 3 BTEC exams. They have developed skills and qualities, got stuck into the Duke of Edinburgh awards and formed friendships that will last as well as earning fantastic results. Well done Year 13! What an exciting prospect their future is!’

Fiona Allan our Sixth Form Student Support Manager was delighted to see our students receive their results “We have seen each student grow as an individual and they should be proud of both their academic achievements and also the young adults that they have become.” Alex Carter, Assistant Headteacher, Head of Sixth Form added "The 2023 Year 13 students at Lady Lumley's can be immensely proud of what have they achieved. Their dedication to their studies and performance when it mattered most have enabled them to shine and reach destinations that will propel them forwards in their careers. I would like to say on behalf of the school and wider community, congratulations! We are all proud of you.”

Coast and Vale Learning Trust is a family of great schools where both learners and staff thrive. The Trust is composed of a mix of primary and secondary schools based on the Yorkshire Coast and the Vale of Pickering. The Trust currently comprises of six schools including Filey School, Friarage Community Primary School, Lady Lumley’s School, Newby and Scalby Primary School, Scalby School and Scarborough UTC.


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Coast and Vale Learning Trust

About Coast and Vale Learning Trust

The Coast and Vale Learning Trust in Scarborough aims to improve education in the locality through establishing coherent and collaborative practice across schools and other educational institutions in the area.

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