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Posted on: 18/08/2022


We are absolutely delighted for all our sixth form students who have achieved such impressive results. We are also exceptionally pleased and proud that they have all accessed their chosen next steps. Very well done indeed to them all.

There are some outstanding individual performances including Lottie Huggett who gained 4 A*’s and will be studying Psychology with a placement year at Loughborough University. James Leno gained 2 A*'s and 2 A's and will study Financial Mathematics at the University of Nottingham.  Megan Bates achieved 2 A*'s and 2 A's and will study Film Production at the University of Portsmouth. Abbey Lock achieved 2 A*'s and 2 A's and will study veterinary nursing with small animal rehabilitation at Harper Adams University. James Page will be studying Physics with Astrophysics at the University of Leeds, having achieved 2 A* and 2 A grades. Hannah Silman gained 2 A*’s and 2 A grades and is studying for a degree in Pharmacy at the University of Bath. A place at the University of Bath awaits Sophie Emberton to study Education with Psychology, having achieved 2 A* and 2 B grades. Amy Hogg achieved 1 A*, 1 A and 2 B grades and will be studying Psychology at the University of Warwick. Ellie Robinson achieved 4 A grades and will study Law at UEA. Henry Miller will be studying Civil Engineering at the university of Bristol having achieved 3 A's and 2 B's at A level.

Charley Potter had a great 18th Birthday on results day as she gained A* in EPQ, 2 A grades and a Distinction in Music and will be studying Music Business and Event Management at BIMM Institute. Also studying at BIMM Institute on the popular music performance and music production course is Emily Woodrough having achieved A in EPQ, 2 A's and a Distinction in Music. 

Riley Power has secured an apprenticeship at Lockton Insurance Brokerage in London as an insurance broker having achieved an A and a B. Will McKeon gained 3 A's and an A in EPQ and will be going into full time employment. 

Head of Sixth Form, Gemma Willcox said : "Impressive progress has been achieved by so many young people, we are so incredibly proud of them."

Headteacher Claire Goodchild said "We would like to congratulate every single one of our students on their tremendous outcomes. The sheer grit and determination they have shown has been tremendous, they have faced many additional challenges in the last two years; we are so very pleased and proud that they have  achieved such super results and are all able to take their next steps so positively at university, in apprenticeships and work placements. We wish them every success."

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