Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March, which is part of The Active Learning Trust, celebrated their GCSE results with staff today.

Staff are delighted that students will be able to access their choices for post-16 provision.

Around 80 students will follow a course of study at the Neale-Wade Sixth Form.

Whilst other students will access courses at college or have been successful in attaining an apprenticeship.

Mrs Mel Henman, assistant principal at Neale-Wade Academy, said: “Our students have worked incredibly hard to achieve these results and we are delighted that their commitment has been rewarded.

“It is fantastic that the majority of students will be transitioning onto their first choice of post-16 provision.

“We would like to thank the staff and families of the academy community who have worked industriously to ensure such successful outcomes for our year 11 students.

“Our heartfelt congratulations to the class of 2023.”

Cambs Times: Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March with their GCSE results.Students at Neale-Wade Academy in March with their GCSE results. (Image: Athene Communications)

Graham Horn, principal of Neale-Wade Academy, added: “We are so proud of our students and their achievements.

“This year group have had much to contend with and faced the uncertainty of external examinations returning to the rigour of pre-Covid times.

“We are delighted that students have taken the opportunities to succeed and go on to their next chosen career path. We wish them well.”

Lynsey Holzer, CEO of The Active Learning Trust, said: “We would like to send huge congratulations to students at Neale- Wade Academy for the results they have achieved.

“I would also like to congratulate our headteachers, teachers and staff who have worked so hard to support our students.

“We are all delighted to see our students celebrating today, and we wish them every success as they progress to their chosen place of study or training. Well done everyone!”