This year’s A level cohort have excelled themselves in attaining an outstanding set of A level and equivalent grades which are testament to their hard work, resilience and superb attitude which they have shown throughout the two years of academic learning.
This year group are one that have been affected more than most. This is due to the fact that they also missed sitting formal GCSE exams two years earlier due to the pandemic – making the results especially impressive.
We are not only proud of the work and endeavour from all students in getting these grades, but also the staff at the school who have developed a first-class curriculum that has enabled students to become successful learners, confident, inspired individuals and aspiring responsible citizens.
We are confident that students will attain the destinations they deserve, including students applying to University through UCAS.
Some of the excellent results we have seen today include:
Joshua Gerrard (A – English Literature, A – Film Studies, C – History)
Sam Howells (B – English Literature, B – Film Studies, B – History)
Jack Hughes (B – Geography, B – History, Distinction* – PE)
Meg Keenan (Double Distinction – Business, Distinction – Travel & Tourism)
Joshua Mckie (A – Geography, B – Product Design, D – Physics)
Zach Rowlands (A – Geography, B – Product Design, D – Maths)
Sam Finan (Double Distinction – Business, Distinction * – Sport)
A number of students have opted to study a wide variety of courses at University including Law, Primary and Secondary Education, Journalism, Accountancy, Fashion, Civil Engineering, English, Geography and Psychology. This reflects the school’s drive to provide a rich curriculum for all students that allows them to realise their potential in their passions.
Simon Goodwin, Headteacher, said:
“I am enormously proud of the achievements of these students, who have had to face many obstacles over the last two years. All their success is well deserved. On behalf of the Governors, I’d also like to thank all their parents for their support and their teachers for their commitment to the students’ success, particularly through the lockdown period.”
As always, many of the real success stories are where students have exceeded all expectations through sustained hard work and excellent teaching. We would like to thank and congratulate everyone involved in enabling our students to achieve their potential.