YEAR 13 RESULTS

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August 14th 2020

We are delighted to congratulate our students on the A-Level grades they have been awarded this year. Despite the extraordinary circumstances of 2020, students now have some clarity about their next steps with most of our students going on to university and others undertaking apprenticeships. Particular mention needs to go to: 

  • Georgette Payne who has been awarded A* A* A* in Fine Art, French and Geography and has accepted an offer to study Geography at University of Cambridge
  • Leah Eade who has been awarded A* A* A in Spanish, Chemistry, Mathematics and has an offer to study Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry with a Year in Industry at University of York
  • Emily Raymond who has been awarded A* A* A in Biology, Chemistry, French and has an offer to study Biochemistry with Study in Continental Europe at University of Birmingham
  • Alfie Fairlie who has been awarded A* A* B in English Literature, History and Religious Studies and has an offer to study English and History at the University of York
  • Chloe Elliott who has been awarded A* A A in French, Mathematics, Chemistry and has an offer to study Modern Languages at University of Birmingham
  • Samuel Hastings who has been awarded A* A A in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and has an offer to study Physics at University of Birmingham
  • Jonathan Ash who has been awarded A* A A in Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics and has an offer to study Chemistry at University of Nottingham
  • Ella Mounteer who has been awarded A* A A in Biology, Chemistry and Spanish and has an offer to study Neuroscience at Queen Mary University of London
  • Olivia Nightingale who has been awarded A* A A in English Literature, Art and Biology and has an offer to study Fine Arts at Norwich University of the Arts
  • Ana Ferreira who has been awarded A* A B in Film Studies, Law, Economics and has an offer to study Film at Bournemouth University
  • Joshua Milbourn who has been awarded A A A in Business, Economics and Mathematics

    We are immensely proud of all our Year 13 students. There is a very clear link between hard work and outcomes. Achieving what is necessary to be able to choose their next step in life comes as a result of a combination of an enormous number of factors including their own motivation and hard work and the support and guidance given by teachers and support staff in a school with excellent facilities as well as the support of their families and friends. As in previous years, but in very different circumstances this time, our students have shown enormous resilience and perseverance. We congratulate their efforts and achievements and wish them all the very best of luck in their future, whatever they choose to do.
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