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The Beacon Business Innovation Hub is delighted to report exceptional academic and personal progress for our students this summer.
Leavers will be moving onto a host of different destinations including several off to University, apprenticeship programmes, employment and many leaving to join local Sixth Forms and Colleges to continue with their studies.
Principal Trevor Button said:
“All of our students are disengaged with education when they arrive. It is our job to rebuild their trust and faith in the system. During a challenging year we are so proud that every one of our students have made significant progress this year. Our staff have provided continual support, advice and guidance which has resulted in every student having a clear progression route for September. They are all moving onto education, employment or training.”
Jessica Tucker leaves BBIH with a wide range of GCSE and vocational qualifications including 5 GCSE passes at 4 or above, this includes: 9 at GCSE History, 6 in English and a Level 2 Animal Care qualifications. Jessica has a place a Capel Manor College to continue studying Animal Care at Level 3.
Lucy Smith will be studying Art at Epping Forest College after achieving a 5 in GCSE Art and a 7 in History. Lucy also achieved grade 3’s in Maths and English despite her fear and anxiety about those subjects when she first joined us. She is now is a great position to pass those qualifications next year alongside her Art course.
Kornelia Rackuaskaite completed her Level 3 Health and Social Care course and will be progressing onto City University to study a Nursing degree specialising in in Mental Health Studies. Another Level 3 student, Isabella Leone-Holmes, has been offered the chance to study Criminology and Psychology at City and UEL and is considering her options.
We wish all our leavers the best of luck with the next phase of their education and we are proud to have played a part in their reengagement with education.