Sixth Form students at The Regis School are today celebrating continued strong A Level and Level 3 Vocational results.
At A Level, 37% of grades were awarded A*-B, 60% at A*-C, and 16% of students achieving the highest A*-A grades.
A Level Subjects performing particularly well this year include Art and Photography, Sociology, Physics, Media, Business Studies and Government & Politics. The Sciences also showed significant progress on the previous year.
Amongst those celebrating particularly impressive A-Level results are:
- George Hume – A* Biology, A* Maths, A* Physics who will be studying Physics and Astrophysics at the University of Sheffield;
- William Hodges - A* Art, A* Business Studies, B Maths who will be studying Architecture at University College London;
- Harry Turner - A Biology, A Maths, A Physics who will be studying Physics with Astrophysics at the University of Leeds;
- Yazmine Lane - B English Literature, A History, A* Sociology who will be studying Law at the University of Surrey;
George Hume said “I am surprised but delighted with my grades! Knowing that I have performed within the top 1% of students nationally is humbling. An enormous and endless thanks to my teachers for their support and tuition”
Yazmine Lane added “I am really happy with my results. The jump from GCSE to A level is very challenging and I am so grateful to my teachers for their support over the last two years”
Harry Turner quoted “I feel shocked and speechless with my high results! I am really looking forward, though a little nervous, to studying at Leeds. I want to thank my teachers who have been so helpful to me”
Will Hodges said “I can’t put into words how pleased I am – I am over the moon! I am looking forward to my next steps studying architecture and want to thank my teachers who have been phenomenal, with excellent relationships that have supported me, many from GCSE onwards. To all students at The Regis School, no matter how hard it gets, work hard and it really does pay off!”
Applied Level 3 outcomes saw continued strong performance with 44% achieving Distinction*/Distinction grades and 84% achieving Merit grades or above, with a 100% pass rate;
Applied Subjects performing particularly well include Health and Social Care, Sport, Drama and Music, all achieving a plethora of Distinction* and Distinction grades.
Applied level 3 high performers include:
- Rhys Jones – Distinction* / Distinction* / Distinction: Sport Extended Diploma;
- Shannon Trussler – Distinction* / Distinction / Distinction: Health and Social Care Extended Diploma;
- Karis Pullen – Distinction* / Distinction / Distinction: Health and Social Care Extended Diploma;
- Natalie Cowen – Distinction* / Distinction / Distinction: Health and Social Care Extended Diploma;
- Katie Hood – Distinction* / Distinction / Distinction: Sport Extended Diploma;
- Lucy Finch – Distinction / Merit / Merit: Health and Social Care Extended Diploma,
Merit: Performing Arts Foundation Diploma,
Rhys Jones said “I feel great! I am definitely going to be able to go to Portsmouth University to study Sport and Exercise Science. Thanks to my teachers for pushing me hard, helping me when I was struggling and being great in every possible way!”
Congratulating students on their results, Connie James, Head of Sixth Form at The Regis School said:
“I am immensely proud of our students who have shown great commitment to their studies over the past two years. Students and staff alike have worked exceptionally hard in preparing for these new, challenging courses and I am delighted to see such strong results. I would like to wish each and every one of our students every success as they take their next steps and I am particularly pleased to see them taking up such a strong range of university, higher education and training courses.”
Mike Garlick, Principal of The Regis School, added:
“Our Sixth Form students have worked extremely hard over the last two years to achieve these strong results, which I hope they will all take great pride in. Likewise, our staff team have continued to offer exceptional support and guidance to ensure students have all they need to succeed, so I would like to thank them for all their efforts.
“At our academy, we offer a Sixth Form that blends academic and applied courses each year to ensure that we provide the qualifications, skills and opportunities to help all our students excel and develop – whatever their particular interests or talents. It is therefore excellent to see that once again our students have secured results that will help them move successfully onto the next stages of their lives – be that university, apprenticeship or high-quality jobs.
“I wish all students the very best for their futures!”