Examination results put students on the path to fulfilling careers

Theale Green School’s Year 13 students are celebrating this morning after their hard work gained examination results that will open the doors to a range of exciting university degrees, apprenticeships and employment opportunities. The school saw grades rise to an impressive average of over 40% at the top grades A* and A in mathematics, chemistry, physics, business studies, sport and art. Overall across all subjects, nearly 60% achieved A*-B and just under 80% achieved A*-C.

The results have secured students places on sought after courses at universities as well as places on prestigious apprenticeships, including accountancy and computing.

Paul Davis achieved A*, A*, A in chemistry, biology and maths respectively and is going on to study chemistry at Oxford University. Serafina Barbieri obtained A, A, A in drama, dance, and english and will be studying dance in London and Charlie Shaw has secured a highly competitive apprenticeship with Thames Water.

Head of Sixth Form, Dr. Anne Richards, said: “I am thrilled that our students’ hard work has paid off. Our Sixth Form is very successful; we have committed and dedicated specialist staff that go the extra mile to support our students. I’m so proud of our amazing students. They deserve their fantastic results.”

Headteacher of Theale Green School, Julie Turner, added: “I wish them every success in their future careers.”

Joanne Harper, Deputy CEO of Activate Learning Education Trust, said: “They should be justifiably proud of their achievements. Hard work has been rewarded with places on high quality university courses and apprenticeships”.