We are pleased that our students’ abilities and efforts have been recognised and reflected in this year’s results. Congratulations to all of our students and their families. We are very proud of all of our students.
These results are also testament to the skill, expertise and relentless drive of all staff at the academy. Collaboration and the support of parents/carers has enabled the Magna community to continue to strive for the best and achieve.
This year’s results, once again demonstrates our ability to provide high quality learning for all students. Particular mention should go to Oliver Chapman, Kayleigh Zegula-Chapman, Neo Skinner, Ella Dennett, Katelyn Smith and Aaron Gilbert for their outstanding achievements. We are equally proud of all those students who achieved their best through endeavour and hard work.
We take great pride in our students’ achievements and look forward to welcoming many of them back, along with those from other local schools, into our outstanding sixth form.
Name: Oliver Chapman
Back story: Oliver went to Oakdale Junior School and then started Magna Academy in year 7 where he has worked above and beyond in all of his subjects. Oliver has exceeded all expectations at Magna Academy.
Next steps: Oliver will be staying at Magna Academy 6th form and will be studying A Level Geography, Biology, Chemistry and Spanish
Grades: 7 Grade 9s and 1 Distinction
Name: Kayleigh Zegula-Chapman
Back story: Kayleigh has been at Magna Academy since year 7. Kayleigh feels surprisingly good about her results as she felt the papers were difficult. Kayleigh states she felt empowered throughout year 11 working with her peers and motivating each other to do well.
Next steps: Staying on to study at Magna Academy 6th form. She will be studying A Level Sociology, History and Psychology
Grades: 4 Grade 9s and 4 Grade 8s
Name: Neo Skinner
Back story: Neo went to Canford Heath Junior School before coming to Magna Academy in year 7. Neo has always found English challenging and therefore was very pleased with his result.
Next steps: Neo will be staying at Magna Academy 6th form and will be studying A Level Maths, Chemistry and Physics.
Grades: 3 Grade 9s, 1 Grade 8 and 1 Distinction
Name: Ella Dennett
Back story: Ella started Magna Academy in year 7 and she has been an inspiration to the rest of her year group. Ella has worked tirelessly throughout her five years at Magna Academy.
Next steps: Ella will be staying at Magna Academy 6th form and studying A Level Maths, Psychology and History
Grades: 2 Grade 9s and 3 Grade 8s
Name: Katelyn Smith
Back story: Katelyn joined Magna Academy half way through year 7. Katelyn chose to come to Magna Academy because of its high reputation and structure.
Next steps: Katelyn is hoping to go to Exeter Maths College where she will study A Level Maths, Further Maths and Physics. Katelyn then hopes to go to University to study Maths.
Grades: 4 Grade 8s, 1 Distinction* and 1 Distinction