A-level Results Day 2021
we are proud of our fantastic a-level results
Congratulations to all our Year 13s for their fantastic results this year! Despite the circumstances of the past year and a half, our students have shown great resilience and perseverance and we are very proud of their achievements.
53 A*s were achieved, making up about 15% of all our 356 A Level grades. 83% of our students gained A*-C grades, up from 76% last year, and there were strong performances in:
- Spanish – 100% A*-A
- French – 75% A*-A
- Further Mathematics, Music and Photography – 67% A*-A
Principal, Seema Solani said:
A huge well done to our students. They have experienced many highs and lows throughout their Sixth Form journey but they have persevered, tried hard and succeeded! We are really proud of their achievements.
So many of students have considered their next steps and have gained their first choices of universities. Some of our students are going on to apprenticeship schemes and taking gap years. Whatever choices they have made, I hope that it brings them much joy and happiness.
There were some notable successes. These examinations results have been awarded in a different way to what we are all used to. The students had rigorous internal assessments and were equally expected to do their best. Well done to the class of 2021.
We recognise that the College staff and families have worked really hard to ensure that the students have been supported and successful.
Particular congratulations to students Eden Leonnet-Creasey and Joshua Li Guan who both achieved a staggering 4 A*’s each, as well as Nhan Dinh, Yanis Himoudi, Ellie Luong, Elimia Moseley, Indigo Pai Gibson and Thomas Taylor who all achieve 3 A*s each.
Dan Crowley, Head of Sixth Form, went on to say:
What a day! I am so pleased for and proud of our students. They have worked tremendously hard, against the odds, and come out triumphant, today. We are processing the destinations data, but already we know that many of our students are accessing at their first choice of university, including Oxbridge and Russell Group universities, and will be going on to study a wide range of courses, from medicine to mechanical engineering. Fantastic outcomes and bright futures. Whatever pathway our students are embarking on, I wish them every success and I hope they won't forget us, too soon.
Our leavers are going on to pursue an exciting array of pathways and we look forward to hearing about their achievements in the future. Some of the destinations of our graduates include:
- Imperial College London
- Queen Mary University
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