A Level Results 2021
A glowing tribute to the hard work of 'Our Community'
We are pleased to share the news of a fantastic set of A Level results for 2021, achieved during unprecedented pressures in the country as a whole and in education in particular. Our students have shown great resilience, spirit and endeavour and this has been rewarded through these wonderful results. With some superb results, the majority of our students have gained offers from Russell Group Universities. Special mention must also be given to:
Tom Adams – A*A*AA* (History, Maths, Physics, EPQ) – University of Leeds to study Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering
Aman Ahmed – A*A*A* (Biology, Chemistry, Maths) – University of Cambridge to study Medicine
Sophia Cottrell – AA*A* (Biology, Design Tech, Geography) – Swansea University to study Marine Biology
Tahrimah Faruque – A*A*A* (Design Tech, English Lit, Geography) – University of Manchester to study English Literature
Katie Hoyle – A*AA (Biology, Chemistry, Spanish) – University of Nottingham to study Veterinary Medicine
Emaan Kazmi – A*A*A*A* (Computer Science, Further Maths, Maths, Physics) – University of Manchester to study Computer Science
Heeral Mandalia – A×A*A* (Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology) – University of Salford to study Podiatry
Amaan Nadim – A*AA (Biology, Chemistry, Maths) – Aston University, Birmingham to study Medicine
Malaika Nisbett – AAA*A (Chemistry, Further Maths, Maths, Physics) – University of Manchester to study Mechanical Engineering
Issie Tooher – A*A*A* (English Lit, Geography, Spanish) – University of Oxford to study Spanish and Linguistics
Tommy Walker Mackay – A*A*A*A* (English Lang, French, Music, Physics) – University of Cambridge to study Mathematics
Lauren Wilson – AA*A (English Lit, Religious Studies, Spanish) – University of Liverpool to study Law with Spanish
Katie Zou – A*A*A* (Chemistry, Maths, Physics) – Durham University to study Natural Sciences
Headteacher, Mr Mullins stated, ‘I am delighted to see that our students have gained the results that will enable them to go on to study their chosen courses in further education. During the last two years it has been pleasure to be a part of their journey as they have developed the determination, resiliency and the skill set to achieve these results. It must be noted that behind these excellent headline figures there are real stories of endeavour and hard work on the part of our students who have navigated the challenges the current pandemic has presented.
A huge thank you must also go to the Curriculum Leaders who have expertly prepared their areas during such difficult and testing times, the teaching staff who have taught them with great enthusiasm and creativity, the pastoral team who skilfully guided them in times of adversity and the unrelenting support of parent and carers. I am delighted to note that as a consequence our students are better placed than most to embark on the next stage of their academic careers and I look forward to hearing of their future successes – a huge well done to all’.