A Level Success
Headteacher Paula Dixon is delighted to announce yet another excellent set of A Level results this year.
Students, with strong support from teachers, parents and carers, have once again achieved some great results.
There have been many personal successes, with numerous students gaining a clutch of the top grades and going on to their first choice of university:
Elizabeth Dearden-Williams (A*A*A*A* in politics, Spanish, English literature and mathematics) is going to Cambridge University to study human, social and political sciences.
Millie Burns (A A A in biology, chemistry and maths) is going to Birmingham University to study medicine.
Max Conder (A*A A in maths, further maths and physics) is going to Durham to study physics.
Isobelle Dean (A*A*B in history, politics and English language) is going to Leeds University to study law.
Katherine Dewar (A A B in English literature, psychology and history) is going to Queen Mary’s, London to study history and politics.
Charlotte Forrest (A* A* A in history, chemistry and politics) is going to Oxford University to study history.
James Lally (A A B in English literature, geography, biology) is going to Leeds University to study zoology.
Sophie Mortimer (A*A A in biology, chemistry and art) is going to Bristol University to study biology.
Eamonn O’Connell (A* A B in maths, physics and further maths) is going to Manchester University to study mathematics.
Hannah Poole (A A B in History, English literature and politics) is going to Manchester University to study English literature.
Curtis Rodway (A A B in maths, biology and chemistry) is going to Nottingham University to study computer science.
Ella Williams (A*A*A in maths, biology and French) is going to Birmingham University to study mathematics with an international year.
The school offer all students their very best wishes in their chosen path and look forward to hearing from them as they develop through their careers.
Mrs Dixon has expressed her delight at these results. She said: “Once again, our students have excelled. These results are testament to the outstanding hard work and commitment of our staff and students; well done to them all!”