Warwick School celebrates A Level pupils
Sixth Formers at Warwick School are celebrating their A Level results today. This years’ results stand our pupils in excellent stead to continue to their choice of higher education and career opportunities.
At Warwick School our purpose is to inspire and nurture every pupil to thrive in the world, both now and in the future, and thus enable our pupils to live successful, fulfilling, happy lives. We are extremely proud of the courage and perseverance they have shown, and the results they have achieved today.
Head Master, Mr James Barker, commented, “Huge congratulations are in order for all our Upper Sixth pupils. The last few years have been extremely challenging for them - academically, socially, and emotionally. Even though this was their first set of public examinations, having had their GCSE year severely disrupted by Covid-19, nearly 90% have secured a place on a university course of their choosing, with 92 earning places at Russell Group or other highly selective institutions (including Loughborough and Bath), and all 9 Oxbridge offer holders successful in securing their place.”
Warwick Schools Foundation Principal, Mr Richard Nicholson stated, “I am immensely proud of the achievements of all of our Foundation pupils today. Having missed out on sitting their GCSEs in the usual way, this cohort has shown determination and resilience and can now reflect on their exceptional achievements. They have an impressive launching pad for their future endeavours, and to make the most of all the opportunities beyond our schools. However, they could not have done this without expert staff and the support of their families. It is truly a whole community celebration.”