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Corby Business Academy Celebrate A-Level Results Success

Students and staff at Corby Business Academy are celebrating another excellent set of A Level results. There have been some fantastic individual achievements for students and the Academy has made progress in all key headline measures since the last public examinations in 2019.

The Academy’s Principal, Simon Underwood said: “The Year 13 results are absolute testimony to the dedication shown from both students and staff alike. They also demonstrate the Academy’s development over the past four years.

Obviously, we are extremely pleased with the attainment element of student outcomes, but we are also delighted and very proud of those students who made excellent progress from their starting points.”

This year saw the return of formal examinations for students taking A levels and other Level 3 qualifications, which for this cohort was the very first set of externally verified exams they had taken.


Lennon Gibbs


Lennon Gibbs achieved A* in Computer Science, A* in Maths, and an A in Further Maths and is going on to study Computer Science at Loughborough University. He said; "'I'm very happy and would really like to thank Mr Corbishley and Mrs Thompson for all they have done for me."






Trinity Kingston

Trinity Kingston will be going to study Psychology at York University after gaining an A in Biology, A* in English, and an A* in Psychology. She said; "I am feeling so good that I got accepted in my first choice and would like to thank Mrs Prior and Mrs Wood.  I wouldn't be doing Psychology if it wasn't for Mrs Wood."

Mrs. Prior, Vice Principal and Trinity's English teacher said; "Trinity is an exceptional student who thoroughly deserves these amazing grades! I'm so very proud of her." 


Sullivan Rymarz

Sullivan Rymarz received an A in French, A* in History and an A in Music. He will go on to study at History at his first choice; Liverpool. He says; "Thank you to all my A level teachers who pushed me to achieve the grade and my parents for making me revise."

Dr. Rowe, Head of History, who taught Sullivan said; "He has been a wonderful student and the A* is hugely well deserved."