Sixth Form Success

August 25th, 2016 | School News

A level Exam Results 2016

Writhlington Sixth Form students are celebrating another excellent set of A Level results; 33 different subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, with 64% of these grades at A* to B.

Many of our students have some truly outstanding results; Barnaby Wheeler attained a phenomenal A*A*A, and Araminta Hampden Martin, Alec Newland-Pow and Callum Rush all achieving A*AA will be off to top universities to read Natural Sciences, Medical Engineering, Zoology and Mechanical Engineering respectively.  Also achieving excellent results, with AAA are James Turner, Fiona Walker and Laura Wiltshire, as well as Jack Burton, George Brinkworth, Matthew Howells, David Millard, Sophie Moore, Tom Parfitt, Sarah Workman and Robyn Veater – all attaining 3 Distinction *’s in their subjects.

Students have successfully obtained places at prestigious universities including Royal Holloway, University College London, Leeds, Exeter, Cardiff, Manchester, Liverpool, Southampton, Bristol, Bath, Nottingham and Sheffield and will be studying subjects ranging from Biomedical Science, Engineering, Midwifery, Oceanography, Psychology amongst many others.

We would also like to congratulate a number of successful students, including Oliver Beechener, Jasmine Garcia-Perez, Molly Grainger-Hull, Logan Read, Megan Tudor, Matthew Turner and Rosie Wadsworth who, as well as achieving a brilliant set of results, have contributed so much to the wider life of the school in terms of extracurricular participation and leadership.

Steve Cantrell and Karis Higgins who make up the Sixth Form leadership team said, “all the staff are so proud of the Year 13 students and their achievements this year.  They have been an excellent year group who have supported each other and have worked really hard – their success is very well deserved”.

Executive Headteacher, Mark Everett said:

“It is no surprise that our results keep going from strength to strength given the hard work and commitment the students and staff.  I’m really pleased for the students as they put so much into their studies and to see them reap the rewards makes me and everybody involved with the school really proud.  They are a credit to themselves, their parents and the school.”

Student, Tom Forsey, who achieved AAB said:

“It’s been an amazing time, the support and opportunities at Writhlington are incredible; the teachers are passionate and will do anything to help you achieve your best, you just need to believe in yourself.”