A-Level Results 2017 A-Level Results 2017 17/08/2017 Hind Leys College students are, once again, celebrating their successes at A Level. Principal of Hind Leys College, Matthew Parrott: “2017 has been yet another strong and successful year for our Post-16 students and all of us at Hind Leys are justifiably proud of their results. Our students have consistently demonstrated that a combination of a positive attitude and hard work produces great results. In another year of turbulence in schools Hind Leys students have benefitted from excellent teaching and caring guidance from our professional and dedicated team of staff. Our 2017 results have opened the doors to an impressive range of higher education and employment opportunities for our students and we all wish them well”. Hind Leys is celebrating the results achieved by all our students this year, which have included some superb individual results. It is not possible to acknowledge them all but our 2017 highlights include: ● Heather Jones secured two A grades and an A* grade to study Economics at the University of Leeds. ● Alex Callendar secured an A* in Business alongside his other A Levels and will be taking up his place with Nestle. ● Will Patrick leaves Hind Leys to start a degree in Politics at the University of Bristol. ● In 2017 two Hind Leys students will leave us to start law degrees. Congratulations to Joshua Rutt (Nottingham) and Georgia Neal (Birmingham). ● Charlotte Pedley is off to the University of Leicester to study Biological Sciences. ● Rory Daly and Maria Morris are both off to study languages. Rory is leaving us for the University of Durham whilst Maria is going to the University of Leeds. ● Sophie Green’s results include an A* in English Language and Literature which she is taking to the University of Lancaster to read English Language and Linguistics. ● Amber Brierley will be joining Bird College in London with her results including an A* in Dance. These individual results are examples of the fantastic progress that our Post-16 students make.. Both staff and governors are incredibly proud of our 2017 cohort. Alison Riggall, Chair of Governors, Shepshed Hind Leys Federation: “Governors are very proud of these splendid results., and we congratulate all our students and their hardworking teachers. Students have made excellent progress and there are some outstanding individual results. We wish all our students the best for their futures as they go on to more advanced and specialised studies or to start their working life. This is the last year for Hind Leys College and we have really finished on a high. We look forward to meeting all our students next term when we reopen as Iveshead School ”. Hind Leys becomes Iveshead School this summer. Iveshead is an 11-19 school in Shepshed formed from the merger of Shepshed High School and Hind Leys College. Iveshead Post 16 still has a number of places available for students to come and join an established and successful school to start their studies this September. Please contact the school to arrange a time to come in for a chat.