Our Year 13 students are celebrating this morning after their hard work, determination and resilience in this challenging year paid off, giving them examination results that will open the doors to a range of exciting university degrees, apprenticeships and employment opportunities.

Last year our Sixth Form was ranked in the top 1% in the country for performance at post 16 and this year students’ hard work has again paid off.

The results have secured students places on prestigious courses at universities including Mathematics and Economics at Bristol University and Medicine at Birmingham University, as well as prestigious degree apprenticeships through industry.

This year we are so proud of all our pupils, who have consistently shown fortitude in the face of exam uncertainty and remote learning.

The students’ hard work has resulted in 20% of students achieving grades AAB or better and four students achieving A*A*A* or better. Alongside this we have students who have represented Great Britain at swimming, taken the lead in school performances, as well as supporting significant cultural change within the school.

The following students all achieved top grades allowing them access to universities of their choice:   

  • Tara Evans A*A*A*A* – Mathematics and Economics at Bristol University 
  • Lara Hoather A*A*A* & A* Extended Project – Sustainable Development at University of Edinburgh 
  • Corinna Bartle A*A*A* & A* Extended Project – English & Theatre studies at the University of Warwick 
  • Diogo Mariano A*A*A* – Medicine at Birmingham University 
  • Daisy Eastlake A*A*A & A* Extended Project – Politics at Kings College 
  • Jack O’Hagan A*AB – Nursing at University of Southampton 
  • Luke Selmani and Ethan Hicks both go on to prestigious degree level apprenticeship at AWE. 

Headteacher of Theale Green School, Jo Halliday, said:

“At Theale Green School we are really proud of the accomplishments of our year 13 students. This is a year group who had an interrupted course of learning that no other 18-year-olds have ever experienced before. We have been full of pride in how they have remained focused through adversity, working closely with their teachers to go on and achieve outstanding results”.

Joanne Harper, CEO of Activate Learning Education Trust, said:

“The students at Theale Green School go from strength to strength; they should be really proud of the young adults they are growing in to. They have shown determination and resilience in achieving their aspirational destinations and we do hope they remain part of the Theale Green School family for many years to come”.

We are offering information, advice and guidance to anyone who is unsure as to what to do next after their A Levels/BTECs.