Students at Bishop Laney Sixth Form, part of Meridian Trust, have achieved a fantastic set of Post-16 results this year. 

Head of Bishop Laney Sixth Form, Adam Steels said: “We are delighted with these results which reflect the continued growth and success of Bishop Laney Sixth Form.  

“These results mean our students are completing their studies with some of the highest grades ever achieved at Bishop Laney.” 

“I congratulate the students on these results and thank staff, parents and families for the part they played in realising these aspirations.” 

Ely Standard: Bishop Laney Sixth Form students are celebrating after a fantastic set of A-Level results.Bishop Laney Sixth Form students are celebrating after a fantastic set of A-Level results. (Image: Bishop Laney Sixth Form)

“Our students leave us today not only heading to universities up and down the country from Cardiff to Newcastle and many places in between; but also to take on high-quality apprenticeship roles, whether those be in London, or closer to home at Addenbrookes’ Hospital, or here in Ely.” 

Individual success stories: 

  • Maria Akritidou achieved two A*s and an A Grade across her three A Level subjects of art, pscyhology, and sociology; and will take up a place at the University of East Anglia to study psychology. 
  • Caydn Perez-Bent combines computer science and maths A Levels grades of A and B with a starred Distinction in business to join Sky, on their engineering degree apprenticeship programme. 
  • Sam Lindop will be heading to the University of Sheffield, to study aeronautical engineering following his impressive performance in maths, physics and computer science. 
  • Kiera Clifford secured a double Distinction grade Diploma in applied science and will be taking up an apprenticeship with the NHS at Cambridge University Hospitals. 
  • Katie Froment achieved A*AB in her A Levels and will continue to pursue her love for English Literature by studying it in Cambridge from September. 
  • Ziggy Poli will be building on excellent achievements in maths, further maths, and psychology, all at A* and A grade, by taking up a university place studying Maths at the University of East Anglia. 

Ely Standard: Celebrations for Bishop Laney Sixth Form students after a fantastic set of results.Celebrations for Bishop Laney Sixth Form students after a fantastic set of results. (Image: Bishop Laney Sixth Form)

Principal of Ely College & Bishop Laney Sixth Form, Simon Warburton, said:“I am thrilled with the results that our 2023 cohort have achieved.

"The combined success of students gaining top grades alongside a number of our students gaining degree level apprenticeships means that we are fulfilling our commitment to provide an exceptional educational experience for our community.”