GCSE A Level Examination Results 2021

Congratulations to all our students who are collecting their exam results today. The last 18 months have been incredibly challenging for students, coping with studying both online and in class, whilst also dealing with all of the other difficulties of the pandemic.

 

Amongst those collecting their results were Dalvir Singh who secured 2 Distinction* grades and a Distinction. He goes on to study Cybersecurity, and Gurpreet Kaur who achieved an A*, A and Distinction. She is deciding whether to go to University of Birmingham or Kings College London to study Accounting and Finance, with the ultimate aim of being a millionaire!

Simran Dudhrah gained 2 A*s and 1 B and will be studying Architecture at Liverpool University and Sania Randhawa will be studying Law at University of Birmingham with the hopes of joining the Crown Prosecution Service with 1 A* and 3 A grades.

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Special mention also goes to Rajpinder Andhey who decided to retake her Maths A-Level and add a BTech in Business to her Computer Science A-Level from last year, in order to secure a highly competitive degree apprenticeship with University of Birmingham and PWC. She was determined to ensure that the pandemic did not stop her from achieving this prestigious goal, and we are so proud that she managed to overcome the challenges of the last year.

Headteacher, Andrea Stephens said “Our students are most deserving of these grades. They have worked hard, shown a tremendous amount of resilience in overcoming challenges, more significant than in most years. I am incredibly proud of our students and staff for their commitment and determination throughout this past year. Our teachers have made huge sacrifices going above and beyond to support students in getting to this stage. I would also like to thank parents and carers for their support, we could not have achieved this without them.  I have been overwhelmed by the generosity within our community.”

 

Sam Ryan, our 6th Form Leader, added “We could not be prouder of the hard work and dedication that our students have shown throughout their studies. When they started at 6th Form two years ago no-one could have known what was going to happen next, but they have been incredibly resilient and have achieved some amazing results.”

 

We would like to wish every one of our students the very best for their future. Well done to you all.

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