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GCE Results 2022
We are delighted for all our Year 13 students and their families, following a wonderful set of A Level and Level 3 results. Just over 62% of our students achieved grades A*-B, and 35% achieved the amazing grades of A*-A. The average grade for vocational courses was a Distinction.
Students have experienced an unprecedented time in education, including the cancellation of GCSE examinations in 2020 and school closure during their time in Year 12. Despite this our students have achieved phenomenal results and we could not be prouder of the young adults they have become, the hard work they have put in, and of course, the results they have achieved.
As always we are celebrating some truly outstanding achievements, below are just a few of these students:
- Arun will be heading to Oxford University’s Worcester College to study German
- Millie will be off to the University of Bristol to study Geography
- Matthew and will be going to study Mathematics at the University of Warwick
- Deborah joined us in Year 12 from a local school and, whilst holding a role on the Waingels Head Team, will be going to study sports rehabilitation at AECC University College
Many of our students will shortly begin apprenticeships with some fantastic companies for example Ben has secured an Nuclear Engineering apprenticeship with AWE, Jamie will be starting an apprenticeship in Project Management at Thames Water and Jade will be off to do an apprenticeship with BA.
For all, these results are the accumulation of seven years of study, learning and hard work. We are grateful for everything the class of 2015 have given to our school; we wish them well as they embark on the next chapter of their lives – whether it be to university, an apprenticeship, or into the world of work or a gap year.
Head of School, Lindsey Humber said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a difficult and disrupted two years. Our students have shown remarkable maturity and resilience and our teachers and support staff have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education and study, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future.”