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Wickersley Sixth Form – Register Your Place

Prospective new sixth form students: If you haven’t already registered for your place at Wickersley sixth form please come go into Wickersley School on Tuesday 3rd September from 9.00 am to register with us and discuss your options. Please bring with you your GCSE results.

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Excellent Progress in GCSE Examinations

Huge congratulations to all Clifton students collecting results today. You worked hard, believed in yourselves and dreamed big. We wish you the best of luck in all of your future endeavours – you will be great.

Once again, Clifton students have demonstrated excellent progress in their GCSE examinations. The top three performers were:
– Alijah Mustafa with four Grade 9s and 5 Grade 8s, firmly placing him in the top 5% in the country and demonstrating his all-round academic ability.
– Kami Sabir, who with hard work and determination, achieved three Grade 8s and six Grade 7s.
– Irsa Nawaz who successfully attained a Grade 9, A, two Grade 8s and three Grade 7s.

Other outstanding results included Joe Woods, who got three Grade 7s, Siyam Hussain with two Grade 8s and four Grade 7s, Juste Zupilate who achieved two Grade 8s and Aminah Mahmood who achieved a Grade 8 and three Grade 7s. Artan Dehbozorgi, who since his arrival to Year 11 at Clifton has seized every opportunity also secured an excellent set of GCSE results (one Grade 9, A, three Grade 8s, two Grade 6s and a L2M).


Another exceptional achiever in the Clifton cohort of 2019 is Shoaib Shafia, who accomplished an A* for A Level maths.
All of these students are progressing to the next stage in their academic journey at Sixth Form, where they will study a range of A Level courses. They will no doubt continue to be excellent ambassadors of the Clifton Way.

Well done cohort of 2019. Your commitment to learning, resilience and hard work has paid off and Clifton is celebrating their best ever progress results. We wish you all excellent luck for the future.

Clifton Results Day 2019

Huge congratulations to all Clifton students collecting results today. You worked hard, believed in yourselves and dreamed big. We wish you the best of luck in all of your future endeavours – you will be great.

SHE CAN Visit To London

We had an amazing, day accompanying the girls from the HEpSY SHE CAN programme to London yesterday. After a tour of the Urdang Academy for Musical Theatre and Dance where they learned of alternative ways to study at degree level rather than through a University, we were treated to seats to see ‘School of Rock, the Musical’ to see where graduates of Urdang progress to in employment. Our girls conducted themselves exceptionally well and were a credit to Clifton.

Careers Fair Event 2019

Students in Y10 recently had a hugely successful afternoon at their careers event.   It was a very busy but informative afternoon, with local Professionals representing a wide range of post 16 options.

Thank you to all the visitors who helped to make the event a successful experience for the students.  We are grateful to them for sharing their knowledge and experience and inspiring students as they plan for their future.

Engineering Apprenticeships Available With NetworkRail

Network Rail are still accepting applications to their award-winning Level 3 Engineering apprenticeship scheme.

Want to know what it’s like? Here is Jessica talking about her experience as an apprentice specialising in the electrification and plant discipline.  

Don’t delay! We will be closing down the chance to apply once we receive enough applications.

Click here to apply.

Get Up To Speed With Stem

The Event
For employers:
Showcasing the sector and career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing. Driven by employers, Get up to Speed is a highly interactive event showcasing the breadth and diversity of the sector and future technologies. It is an ideal platform to bring employers together to promote and celebrate the sector’s success.

For young people and influencers of young people:
Introducing, Inspiring, Informing and Interacting with Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing. Linking the curriculum to real life experiences and exploring the diverse range of opportunities and pathways available in a stimulating, fun and interactive way. Contributing to Gatsby benchmarks 4, 5 and 6.

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