Year 13 students are celebrating this morning after picking up their A Level results, hoping for the grades they have been working so hard to get. Staff and students at the school are delighted that from a GCSE group of just 65 students, two are going to Oxford University, with a significant number of other students progressing to Russell Group universities or degree level apprenticeships with global employers including Deloitte and KPMG. 

Charlotte Badarello, Head of School, said:

“I am delighted to see this incredible set of results, having taught many of the students over the last four years. This is an impressive group of young people, who have been integral to the growth of the school, who have an exciting future ahead of them. In schools, we often talk about resilience, and I cannot think of any other year group that have had to overcome so many obstacles. I would like to congratulate the students, and of course the staff who have supported them on their journey, and as a community we look forward to celebrating in their future success.” 

 Notable achievements, who between them achieved eight grade A* and three grade A results, include: 

  • Habeeb Mohammed who will read Mathematics at the University of Oxford 
  • Kyra Radley who will read English Language & Literature at the University of Oxford 
  • Charlotte Pywell who will read Chemistry at the University of York 

 Other notable achievements include Ben Holder who will read Sport & Exercise Science at the University of Portsmouth, having additionally secured the Greenham Common Scholarship. 

We wish every success to all of our students who go on to further education, higher level apprenticeships with national employers such as Bayer, as well as full time employment roles.