STUDENTS at North Leamington School achieved excellent A level grades despite the cancellation of national examinations.
This year grades were determined using a wide range of assessment material in school, due to the interruptions students faced throughout significant periods of their courses.
Despite these additional challenges, NLS students continued to achieve the highest grades, again being offered to study a wide range of courses such as Astrophysics, Criminology and Veterinary Medicine at universities across the country.
* Twenty students achieved all A*- A grades in their three or four A Levels , and the average
grade across the year group was B+ improving on last year’s B.
* 94 per cent of students, who applied to study at university accepted either their first or second
choice university offer.
* Nineteen students, who chose an alternative pathway to UCAS, have secured placements on
Higher or Degree level Apprenticeship courses or are heading straight into employment or
Head of Sixth Form Miss Hase said: “I am so proud of all our Year 13 students, leaving NLS with
impressive A Level and BTEC results and being successful in securing places at top choice universities or highly rated work place apprenticeships.
“They can now pursue their careers in a range of areas from Politics to Film and Creative Writing. NLS has a commitment to supporting students to achieve academically and pastorally, and today was an excellent example of seeing that achieved. I wish our students the best of success in the future”
Headteacher Mr Lowdell said: “On behalf of all the staff at North Leamington School, I would like to
extend our congratulations to all students, they have worked extremely hard and can quite rightly be
very proud of their achievements and we wish them all the luck in their next step destinations.”