A level results
Year 13 results 2023: Russell Group university entrants well above national averages
Congratulations to our Year 13 cohort and well done to all staff who contributed to their success. Stand-out students included Lydia who gained two As and two Bs in her A-levels and is off to the University of Birmingham to study arts and natural sciences. Meanwhile, Moreniké gained an A* in geography, A in classics and B in politics and is off to the University of Bristol to study politics and international relations. She hopes to work in international development and is taking a gap year to travel to South America. Among the vocational qualification successes was Judith who gained distinctions in her health and social care extended diploma and is off to the University of Nottingham to study midwifery.
Year 13 results 2022
Congratulations on an excellent set of Sixth Form results and very impressive destinations for our young people and about half of all grades sitting within the A*-B bracket.
This is an exceptional year, as this cohort have had such disruption to their education. Thanks to the expertise and dedication of their teachers, our young people’s achievements are a source of pride and joy for the school.
Some particularly impressive successes to share
Kezia A, going on to QMUL to read Politics & International Relations, achieved A (Drama), B (History), B (Politics)
Moammel A, going on to Exeter to read Law, achieved the equivalent of A*A*A in BTEC Business
Ellise A, going on to UCL to read Nutrition & Medical Sciences, achieved A (Biology), A (Chemistry), B (Geography)
Maegan F, going on to St Andrews to read Chemistry, achieved A (Chem), A* (Geog), A (Bio), A* (Maths)
Stephanie F, going on to UCL to read Social Sciences, achieved A* (Port), A* (Soc), A* (Sp), A (Eng Lit & Lang)
Aimee G, going on to UCL to read Biochemistry, achieved A* (Chem), A* EPQ, A* (Bio), A* (Maths)
Nazeefah R, going on to KCL to read Nursing with Registration as a Children's Nurse, achieved a triple Distinction (equivalent to 3 As) in her BTEC Health and Social Care
Ana R, going on to Bristol to read Law & Spanish, achieved A (Bio), A* (Spanish), A* (French), A (EPQ)
Yorda S, going on to UCL to read Pharmacy, achieved A (Bio), A (Chem), A (Psy)
Victoria S, going on to Nottingham to read Geography, achieved A (Geog), A (Bus), A (Maths)
Rahel G, going on to Aston to read Law, achieved a triple distinction star (equivalent to triple A*) in her Business BTEC
Hermela M, going on to Middlesex to read Social work, achieved a triple distinction star (equivalent to triple A*) in her Health and Social Care Btec
Akuac Y, going on to Aston to read Psychology & Business, also achieved a triple distinction star (equivalent to triple A*) in her Health and Social Care BTEC as did Marykay B, going on to Birmingham to read Midwifery.
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