We are very proud of the outstanding achievements of students at Alsop High School and Great Sankey High School on A-Level and BTEC Results Day.

At the school based sixth-form in Alsop High School there was an air of excitement and jubilation as Year 13 students returned to collect their results. With a resounding 75% of students securing their first-choice university placements.

Mr Masher, Headteacher expressed his pride and said, "We wish all our fantastic Year 13’s every continued success as they embark on their next steps. Nearly 65% of the Year 13 cohort will be taking their talents to universities, with an increasing number choosing institutions beyond the city of Liverpool including Chester, Coventry, Leeds and Sheffield. All of our other students have secured apprenticeships or employment and on behalf of all our staff we wish them all well”.

Barrow Hall College, the sixth-form at Great Sankey High School, also celebrated their student’s results with 96% of those who applied for university being offered places by 9am on results day! Students are going on to study at some of the most prestigious universities around the country, including Oxford, Cambridge and Bristol.

Helen Stones, Head of Barrow Hall College, expressed her immense pride, saying, "I am incredibly proud of a fantastic set of results achieved by everyone after the challenges they have had to face over the last few years. We have had a great day full of lots of happy students."

Notable successes include: 

  • Django with A* A* A* A* B going to study Mathematics at Oxford University 
  • Ryan with A* A* A going to study Law at Cambridge  University
  • May with A* A B going to study Physiotherapy at University of Liverpool 
  • Jess with A* A B going to study Law at Queens University of Belfast 
  • Tom with A* A* A* A A  going to study Mathematics at Bristol University
  • Michael with A* A* A* A going to study Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London 
  • Ben with A* A* A going to study Chemistry at Imperial College London
  • Joy with A B B  going to study Chemistry at the University of Liverpool 

Students studying vocational subjects also excelled with successes including Sophie, who achieved the highest possible mark of Distinction* in two subjects and is going to study Zoology at Salford University and Muntazir with two Distinctions and is on his way to study Biology at Manchester Metropolitan University. 

Our students are also studying further afield such as Lucie who begins a sports scholarship in Soccer and Political Science at Queens University of Charlotte in America. Those not continuing onto university are taking up apprenticeships across different sectors including Law, Resource Management, Policing and Film Production. 

All staff across Omega Multi- Academy Trust extend their congratulations to all of our young people and wish them every success in their future endeavors. These results are a testament to the dedication and hard work of both students and their educators who have shown unwavering dedication to their studies, resulting in impressive results that open doors to a promising future.