Warwick School celebrates the great success of A Level pupils
After a wonderful year of being physically back in the classroom, Sixth Formers at Warwick School are celebrating exceptional results. This year’s results are testament to the hard work and diligence our pupils have displayed throughout their studies with us.
Head Master, Mr James Barker, commented, “We are immensely proud of our Upper Sixth pupils and all they have achieved, both academically, and also in their dedication and wider contribution to school life and our community. Their hard work means that 90% of the year group have been accepted onto university courses of their choice. Their perseverance and courage throughout two turbulent years has been nothing short of remarkable and their efforts have deservedly earned them the opportunity to go forward from Warwick School and pursue their ambitions and we wish them every success in the future”.
8 of our pupils achieved A*A*A*A*, and are now looking forward to reading Engineering, Law, and Music at Oxford, Natural Sciences at Cambridge, PPE at University College London, Physics at Durham, and Computer Science at Warwick.
A further 11 of our pupils achieved 3 A* grades (some of whom took more than 3 subjects and got A*A*A*A) and will now take up various courses at a range of universities, including Durham (General Engineering, Computer Science), Bristol (Law), Oxford (History), Dundee (Medicine), Imperial College London (Aeronautical Engineering), Bath (Architecture), Durham (Physics), Bristol (Mechanical Engineering), and Leeds (Mechanical Engineering). Over half of the cohort, 68 boys, achieved 3 or more A*/A grades.
64.9% of Warwick School A Level pupils achieved A*/A grades, with 86.9% achieving A*/B.
Warwick Schools Foundation Principal, Mr Richard Nicholson stated, “I am immensely proud of the achievements of all of our Foundation pupils today. Having drawn deeply on their resilience during what has been a difficult and unusual period in their education, they can now reflect on the exceptional way in which they have triumphed, a characteristic that they will carry with them in all of their future endeavours. However, they could not have done this without expert staff and the support of their families. It is truly a whole community celebration.”