Bethany celebrates the Virtue of Learning
The recent upward trend of pupils achieving A* and A grades continues at Bethany School and we are thrilled that our high achieving pupils have secured places at their preferred universities. This is a reflection of Bethany’s focus on its virtue of learning which highlights the importance of developing essential learning habits. This not only prepares pupils for success at A level but enables them to become effective lifelong learners in an ever-changing world, no matter what the future holds for them.
Bethany prides itself on offering an extensive range of courses at A level; these enable all our pupils to choose subjects which they enjoy and play to their strengths.
• Rosie Lindsley (Smarden) has achieved straight As and will go on to Edinburgh University to study fashion.
• Sam Marshall (Sevenoaks) is going to read Geography at Manchester University.
• George Knight (Cranbrook) has decided to stay local and will read History at the University of Kent.
• David Coupe (Tunbridge Wells) is going to read Biochemistry at Bath.
• Leon Li (Robertsbridge) is reading Accounting and Finance at Durham.
• Bethany Lowther (Marden) will read Psychology at Leeds.
• Henry Kirk (South London) took advantage of UCAS adjustment and with his excellent grades has earned a place at Liverpool University.
Francie Healy, Headmaster, says: “The hard work of our pupils and diligence of our committed staff has once again reaped rich reward. I am thrilled that so many of our pupils are going to their preferred universities and am equally proud of those who have chosen employment pathways. Here at Bethany we know the pupils in our care incredibly well, which means that pupils are both supported and challenged in equal measure through their educational journeys. Contrary to the financial restraints faced by maintained schools, which has resulted in reduced A level subjects on offer, we remain committed to a broad curriculum that maximises pupil choice and thereby optimises their opportunities to excel.”.