LVS Oxford Students Celebrate End of Term
7 July 2021 – Sixth form students at LVS Oxford, a specialist independent school in Begbroke, for young people aged 11-19 with a diagnosis of autism, celebrated their recent BTEC exam successes at their summer prom last week.
22 students completed 53 BTEC entry level and level 1 exams with a 100 per cent pass rate. Exams were taken in business studies, IT, health and social care, tourism and hospitality, cooking skills and land based, with all students receiving awards, certificates or diplomas.
Commenting on the results, LVS Oxford’s vice principal, Melanie Waller, said; “We are delighted with the results, which were externally assessed. Feedback from the verifiers was extremely positive and we’re very proud of all the students who have taken on the challenges of the pandemic, and shown their resilience, in order to achieve their grades.”
In addition, 19 students have acquired Edexcel functional skills in maths and English level 1 or 2 during the academic year. Students will receive their GCSEs results in a range of subjects including English, drama, science, history and geography next month.
Sixth form staff and students attended the celebratory prom at the school and enjoyed a barbecue in the sunshine. Lauren and Bradley were elected by the students to be crowned Prom Queen and King.
For more information about LVS Oxford, please visit www.lvs-oxford.org.uk