THE FUTURE is bright for students across the district.
A level results were revealed today as students returned to schools, sixth forms and colleges to pick up their grades.
Students at Myton School had ‘top class’ results, with a quarter of all grades A* to A.
Notable grades went to Cowan Cameron who received four A*s and Ross Jubber who scooped two A*s and two As.
Headteacher Andy Perry said: “A combination of excellent teaching and outstanding support from our sixth form team has inspired our students to fulfil their potential. We are proud that these young people leave us so well prepared for their next steps, whether that be university, an apprenticeship or the workplace.”
North Leamington School impressed with a 100 per cent pass rate and 60 per cent of students scoring A* to B.
Headteacher Joy Mitchell said: “I am absolutely delighted we have managed to achieve such exceptional results again this year. There are so many individual students who have done incredibly well and exceeded their personal targets this year allowing them to go onto their first choice destinations.”
Notable achievements included Amy Alcock (A*, A, A), Jess Bradley (A*, A, A), and Rachel Coackley (A, A, A).
Campion School students also had a 100 per cent pass rate with 53 per cent achieving A* to A grades.
Notable results went to Heather Cowgill who received three A grades, Daniel O’Reilly (A*,A, B, B) and Zeeshan Hafeez (A*,A*,A).
Headteacher Jassa Panesar said: “Well done to all our students, they fully deserve these excellent results. The students at Campion work hard and as a result achieve excellent exam results. I can see more and more are opting for the more challenging A levels and securing places at elite universities.”
Trinity Catholic School saw a third of its students receive A* to B grades.
One of the top results went to Caitlin Crook, daughter of assistant principal Seath Crook. Caitlin scooped straight A grades in all three subjects.
Headteacher Chris Gabbett said: “I’m exceptionally proud of all of our students. The introduction of terminal exams and more rigorous courses makes these results all the more pleasing. Of most importance is the fact that these students will leave Trinity as rounded, positive and exceptional young people. I thank them, their parents and their teachers for a huge effort.”
Warwick School also celebrated a 100 per cent pass rate with 53 per cent gaining A* or A grades.
Student Ken Man impressed by achieving five A*s, closely followed by Douglas Boyle, David Holroyd and Bryden Yip all with four A*s.
Headteacher Gus Lock said: “I am pleased once again our students have achieved these superb results and have gone on to secure their places at some of the most prestigious universities in the country.
“This has been an exceptional year group with accomplishments in sports, music and the arts that complement their excellent academic achievements.”
Girls at Kings High celebrated their strongest marks in seven years.
Along with a 100 per cent pass rate 63 per cent of results were graded A* to A.
Notable achievements included one girl with four A*s and three girls with three A*s and an A.
Headteacher Richard Nicholson said: “I’d like to congratulate all of our girls on their superb results. We wish all our leavers the very best for the future; we are extremely proud of them.”
Girls at the Kingsley School impressed with a nearly 100 per cent pass rate and a third of all grades A* to A grade.
Notable marks went to head girl Tanya Saunders (A, A, A, B), Olivia Connelly, (A*, A*, A) and Tilly Owen (A, A, A).
Headteacher Heather Owens said: “I am extremely proud of the girls’ academic excellence and individual successes. The strength of the partnership between students and staff in over 20 subjects has resulted in our girls being able to pursue ambitious, exciting and diverse destinations.”
Southam College saw a 100 per cent pass rate with 58 per cent of students gaining A* to B grades.
Lauren Cashmore and Katy Line both scored three A*s and one A and Chris Simmons impressed with two A*s and one A.
Headteacher Ranjit Samra said: “These are a fantastic set of results from the largest ever Year 13 cohort at Southam College and at a time of huge curriculum change we’ve seen an improvement in student achievement. Well done to everyone involved.”
Students at Warwickshire College in Leamington impressed with a near 100 per cent pass rate.
College group vice principal Neil Coker said: “We are incredibly proud of all of our students and want to congratulate them on their A level achievements. It is wonderful to see our students build upon the success of last year, which is a testament to the hard work of staff and students.”