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A-level Results 2020

2020 has so far been a year like no other, and it has been particularly challenging for our students in public examination years.

Despite the challenges over recent months, we are immensely proud of our Upper Sixth pupils and all they have achieved through their time at the Foundation schools.   

Overall, 74.9% of all grades awarded at Warwick School were A*-A, and 91% A*-B. 

James Barker, Head Master at Warwick School commented “We know that many of our pupils were frustrated that they were denied the opportunity to sit their examinations, but we have been amazed by the resilience and determination of students to do their best, despite the difficult circumstances. All of the staff at Warwick School have been impressed by the way that the students have navigated the challenges of the past few months, and they have shown incredible maturity when faced with the confusion and uncertainty around the awarding of their results. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of all of our Upper Sixth pupils, who have been an asset to their school, and we wish them the best of luck for the next stage of their lives.’

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Albert Williams and Callum Brown celebrating their A level results

Richard Nicholson, incoming Principal of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation commented, ‘There has been much said in the media today about this year’s A Level results. We are used to talking about the unprecedented times we are living through, and today, the release of A level grades has brought this into sharp focus for a whole generation of school leavers. Upper Sixth pupils were particularly hard-hit by not being able to sit their A levels, for so many the pinnacle of their school career. Today has been about both celebrating those pupils whose dreams have come true and helping pupils for whom it has been very hard indeed - we will give them all the support they need, just as we have throughout their school lives here. School years are not only about examinations. So much more also comes from achievements in sports, music, the arts and friendships made; these too, are to be celebrated and cherished. We wish all our pupils leaving us this year the very best for the next chapter of their lives and we know they will look back at their time here at King’s High and Warwick with great fondness.’