Praise for ‘mature and resilient’ Fairfax A level students

Fairfax students experienced an A Level results day with a difference as they visited the academy for the first time since March to collect their results. 

Deborah Bunn, Head of Academy, said, “We are all so incredibly proud of the maturity and resilience our students have shown during these unprecedented times. 

“The last week, has no doubt, been a source of anxiety for many young people across the country and we are delighted to see so many of our students securing university places and going on to further education and training.

We are all so incredibly proud of the maturity and resilience our students have shown during these unprecedented times,”
Deborah Bunn, Head of Academy

“We were deeply disappointed that they finished their school career in March but look forward to celebrating with them at a later date, when it is safe to do so. 

“We wish all our students all the best for the future.

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