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A Level Results Day (2021)

A LEVEL RESULTS DAY (2021)

Prince Henry’s Sixth Form students are celebrating after achieving impressive results at A-level. 165 students completed their A-Level courses at Prince Henry’s and the vast majority have gained places at their chosen Universities. 

The A Level top performers were Sebastian BanfieldJoseph Blackler and Matthew Burrow who all achieved a phenomenal 4 A* grades.  Three students have been successfully awarded places at Oxford or Cambridge.

Headteacher Dr Evans commented “Congratulations to all the students.  Whilst the students were unable to sit external examinations due to the extraordinary circumstances of the pandemic, my staff and I are delighted with the outcomes that we have seen.  These reflect the hard work of the students, their parents and the teachers here at Prince Henry’s who have supported them.  We wish all our Year 13 students every success with their future careers.  They have been a lovely year group and they have demonstrated their resilience, determination and perseverance through the difficult circumstances of the pandemic.  Their achievements are fully deserved and we offer them our warmest congratulations”.

Head of Sixth Form Mrs Webb said “My sincere congratulations to all our students who have navigated their two years in Sixth Form with determination and good humour. I am delighted that their hard work has led to them achieving such excellent results. It has been a pleasure working with them over the last two years, I am incredibly proud of them and wish them every success in the next stage of their lives”.

L-R Matthew Burrow (Top Performer) & Dr Evans (Headteacher)
Matthew has a place at Oxford University to study Engineering.
L-R Joseph Blackler (Top Performer) & Dr Evans (Headteacher)
Joseph has a place at Bath University to study Mechanical Engineering.
L-R Melissa Lawson, Ella Ramage, Emily Drayton, Monika Kubicka
Melissa is leaving for Cardiff University to study Pharmacy.
Ella is studying Natural Science at Cambridge University.
Emily is travelling to Sunderland University to study Medicine.
Monika is studying Psychology at Leicester University.
L-R Mei Spice, Archie Organ, Megan Barrs
Mei will enjoy a gap year before starting her studies in Music.
Archie is leaving for Cardiff University to study Mechanical Engineering.
Megan starts her gap year before studying Child Nursing in York.
Lauren Cooper is starting a gap year before starting her course in Dance and then starting her career in Performing Arts.
L-R Emma Coombe, Jasmine Dyde, Lauren Farey
Emma leaves for Lancaster University to study English Literature and French.
Jasmine will study Neuroscience at Birmingham University and looks forward to a career in Neuroscience Research.
Lauren is also off to Birmingham to study Psychology.
L-R Richard Durie, Archie Starkey, Harry Powell, Ethan Rimmer, Alistair Righton, Nathaniel Durrant, Ashley Symonds, Jamie Sharp
Well done to our students photographed above who were all proud of their results.
L-R Kate Sanderson, Lorella Gasparro, Lily Marsh, Ellie Whiteley, Becky Hickey, Holly Williams
Kate leaves for Sheffield University to study Psychology.
Lorella will be heading to Manchester University to study Biochemistry and Italian.
Lily is heading to Leeds University to study History and Politics.
Ellie our Head Student will be heading to Birmingham University to study Law and looks forward to a career as a Lawyer.
Becky heads to Nottingham University to study Criminal Psychology.
Holly will be joining Cardiff University to study Law and Criminology.
Grace Betts is delighted with her results! Grace is leaving for Keele University to study midwifery. We wish her every success in her career to become a midwife.
L-R Oliver Wells, Harvey Sparrow, George Shough
Oliver heads to Exeter University to study Biochemistry.
Harvey, our Head Student, will be leaving for Loughborough University to study Sociology.
George hopes to become a Teacher and leaves us for Winchester to study Educational Maths.
Jamie Saunders will be joining QinetiQ’s Apprenticeship Programme in Malvern. Jamie looks forward to a career in Software Engineering.
Isabella Ealey is on her travels to London to join UCL to study English. Isabella looks forward to a career in publishing and editing.
Jamie Sharp did exceptionally well with his results! Jamie will be joining Coventry University to start his course in Paramedic Science. He looks forward to a career as a paramedic.
L-R Joshua Andrews, Annie Lynch, Ellen Petit, William Pearce
Joshua leaves for Leeds University to study Art.
Annie looks forward to an Apprenticeship placement with GE studying Digital Engineering & Electronics.
Ellen will be joining Bristol University to study English and Drama.
William will enjoy a gap year before starting his placement at Swansea University to study Law.