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Upton-by-Chester High School Chester School Awards - Winner

Excellent A Level results from our outstanding Sixth Form

Mrs Paula Dixon, Headteacher, is delighted to announce yet another excellent set of A Level results this year.

There have been many personal successes, with numerous students gaining a clutch of the top grades, who will be progressing to their first choice of our most prestigious universities:

Tom Ashcroft (A*A*B Maths, Further Maths and Physics) will be reading Mathematics at the university of Warwick
Vy Au (A*AA in Art, Maths and Chemistry) is going to the University of Leeds to study Architectural Engineering
Amy Batchelor (A*AAA in Further Maths, Maths, Physics and Chemistry) is going to the University of Newcastle to study Medicine
Joshua Beggs (A*A*A in Psychology, Biology and Media) is going to the University of Leeds to read Law
Rhona Cook (AAB in Biology, Spanish and Chemistry) Rhona will be attending the prestigious Campbell University in North Carolina, USA to study International Business, and was recruited on a full Athletic Scholarship to play on the Women's Tennis Team 
Eve Dixon (A*AA Distinction in Economics, Maths, Politics and Dance) is going to the University of Leeds to read Economics
Bella Lopez-Randall (A*A*A in English Lit, Psychology and Geography) is to read English Literature at the University of Saint Andrews
Amy McDermott (A*AA in Product Design, Maths and Chemistry) is going to the University of York to read Chemistry
Lucy McHugh (A*AA in Politics, History and English Language) is to read History and Politics at the University of Warwick
Sasha Ravetz (AAAB in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry) is going to the University of Birmingham to read Mathematics
James Rogers (A*A*A in Maths, Further Maths and Physics) will be reading Philosophy at the University of Cambridge
Lewis Wilkinson (A*A*A*A* in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics) will be reading Mathematics at the University of Cambridge

Paula Dixon, Headteacher, has expressed her delight at these results. 
‘As we are all acutely aware, this year has been unlike any other. Our young people, their families and our staff here at Upton have been living through times of immense uncertainty and anxiety. It is a wonderful relief to know that they have been awarded the outstanding results that they deserved. Our students have worked incredibly hard and thoroughly deserve these outstanding results, in spite of the fact that they were unable to obtain them in the traditional way. We offer all students our very best wishes and every success for the future, and look forward to hearing from them as they progress along their chosen pathways.’