Congratulations to our Year 13 students who have seen their hard work rewarded with a strong set of A Level results today.
Following a 94% pass rate, this year’s upper sixth are now poised to take up university places, apprenticeship schemes and exciting employment opportunities.
Vocational qualifications saw yet another year of excellent results with top grades and a 100% pass rate across all BTEC courses.
Individual successes include Hannah Yates, who has secured a place at the University of Worcester to study Psychology, and Nathan Jones, who is set to study Wildlife Conservation at Aberystwyth University.
Alfie Dodd will study Business Management at Liverpool John Moores University and Jessica Bayley is heading off to Leeds Trinity University to study Broadcast Journalism.
Other degree courses selected by the students range from Forensic Applied Biology, Criminology, and Nursing to Professional Policing, Automotive Engineering, and Creative Writing.
Apprenticeships continue to be a popular choice and several of the students received offers for highly sought-after placements in business administration, finance, and teaching roles.
Headteacher, Mr Worth, comments: “We are delighted with this year’s A level results, which are testament to the hard work of our students and dedicated teaching staff.”
“The Year 13s have contributed significantly to life at the school and we wish them all the best for the future.”