UCAS Offers 2019

 

Our Year 13s have made a fantastic start to UCAS and have achieved fantastic offers. Congratulations!

 

NameDegreeUniversity 
David AyeniHistory and Politics

University of Birmingham

University of Manchester

King’s College London

Daniel LamCivil Engineering

University of Nottingham

University of Warwick

University of Bristol

University of Southampton 
Emmanuel LawalEconomics

University of Birmingham

University of Nottingham

Joshua AboiyeChemistry

University of Bristol

University of Warwick
Seyi MatthewInternational Relations

University of Manchester

University of Birmingham
Jeffrey IyiInternational Relations

University of Birmingham

University of Manchester

Loughborough University 
Renee AnsahInternational Relations

University of Birmingham

University of Warwick
Dillon Oppon-FergusonEconomics

University of Manchester

University of Nottingham

Fabian Flores MenachoEnglish 

University of Sheffield

King’s College, London

Emmanuel AwobimpeBiosciencesDurham University
Tristan FellbaumMarine Biology

Bangor University

Aberystwyth University

Newcastle University
Lana Hashim AbdelrahimNeuroscienceUniversity of Sussex
Kyeva GrahamSocial Policy

University of Bath

University of Manchester

Renee BennettPolitics and International Relations

University of Aberdeen

Noah Mbolokele-Maya International Development

University of Leeds

University of Exeter

Loughborough University

University of Nottingham

University of Southampton
Jayde Ogunberu-AlagaBiomedical Sciences

Brunel University London

Enite EfolePsychology

University of Nottingham

Loughborough University

University of Birmingham
Franklyn VandySport, Exercise and Health Sciences

University of Birmingham

Bryan AnoSport, Health and Exercise Science

Brunel University

Jean-Enoch AmasseEconomicsLoughborough University
Samira BegumPsychology

Goldsmiths, University of London

Queen Mary, University of London

University of Greenwich

Diana OduntanMathematics and PhysicsLoughborough University 
Naomi BrownBiomedical Science

University of Birmingham

Isaiah OlusanyaSport and Exercise ScienceLoughborough University

 

 

Road to Success: Amaka

Consistently top of the class, Amaka quickly settled in since joining STAC 6th Form in September 2017. She embarked on A Levels in Psychology, Mathematics and Economics. Her work ethic and proactive seeking of advice developed her ability to think critically: for any given idea, as she absorbed any critique given. She used these and her wider knowledge, to become adept at creating a unique evaluative point. Amaka always questioned what she learnt and, in doing so, deepened her own knowledge; she has explored the concepts of normality and abnormality and is able to fluently express the challenges in this area which fascinates her so. Her choice to assist at a rehabilitation centre in Year 12 with those suffering with addiction exemplifies her interest in atypical development. Amaka  mastered the writing style required for psychology already yet still keenly requested and listened to feedback on how to ensure maximum marks and progress. Given her thirst for the subject content and her ability to question what she reads, it is no wonder why Amaka achieved A*A*A in her A Levels and was accepted into University of Cambridge to study Psychological and Behavioral Sciences; she will be a real asset to them and everyone at STAC is proud of her achievements to date and wish her the best of luck for the challenges ahead. We look forward to seeing you at the alumni event in December along with our other leavers from the past now studying far and wide around the country.   

 

Student Success

Congratulations to our Year 13 2019 leavers for amazing results at Key Stage 5:
88% A*- B
97% A*- C

 

Initiatives

Congratulations to all our students who have successfully been accepted into various initiatives. Updates can be found in the 'News' section.

 

University of Oxford UNIQ summer school

 

Congratulations to Emmanuel Lawal, David Ayeni, Fabian Flores Menacho and Jean Enoch Amasse on their successful applications to the Oxford UNIQ programme.

 

In David Ayeni's own words...

 

The UNIQ summer school scheme is an academic programme giving students from all over the country the opportunity to spend 5 days living as a University of Oxford student: attending lectures, tutorials, labs and making use of department facilities. The application process is highly competitive, considering there are annually around 8,000 applicants from all over the UK and only around 900 selected applicants, so your application needs to stand out.

 

As a successful applicant of UNIQ this year, when applying I had to write a personal statement expressing why I wanted to be accepted onto the programme and expressing my interest in my chosen subject. The programme offers 30 different subjects so you can trust you’ll find a subject your passionate about.

 

Away from the academics of the programme, there are multiple social activities on offer with the programme. For example, sports events, comedy events and college tours giving you the total experience of student life.

 

 

OUR SUCCESS

% of students receiving offers from their 1st choice University

% of students gaining A*-C grades in their A Levels

% of leavers going to University or entering apprenticeships

% of students meeting or exceeding their target grades

WHAT OFSTED SAID