Continued Success at A-level and BTEC in 2021

Congratulations to all our students in Year 13 at South Craven School who have achieved an excellent set of results in A-level and BTEC subjects despite the unprecedented circumstances of the past year.

This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades against a national standard, approved and awarded by the exam boards. 

"we are all so proud of this year group and what they have achieved. they have shown tremendous resilience through the most trying times, and it was great to see and hear from so many of them on results day.
we now wish them all the very best of luck in their future endeavours and hope they keep in touch with us."

chris fox - head of year 13

Our students will be studying at a range of universities including Somerville College, Oxford (French and Beginners Italian), the University of Sheffield (Law) and the University of Liverpool (Medicine). Other popular destinations include the University of Bradford, Leeds Beckett University, the University of York and Manchester Metropolitan University. A number of our students have also opted for universities in Scotland including the University of Edinburgh, the University of Stirling and the University of Glasgow.

We are as equally proud of our students who will be taking up apprenticeship opportunities at places such as KPMG, Ilkley Grammar School, Produmax in Shipley and Bowman Riley in Skipton.

Finally, I would like to extend my congratulations and thanks to parents and families who have provided support to our students and the school during such testing times. I also thank the staff of South Craven School who worked tirelessly to ensure our students achieved their potential and did so much to make these results possible.

As always we are operating our usual post-results support to any student who needs advice or guidance. If anyone is interested in joining South Craven School Sixth Form, please visit our website or contact the Sixth Form team via

Martyn Hill


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