A Level Results

Warlingham Sixth Form is delighted to announce another set of excellent A Level and Vocational results this year and would like to congratulate students on their outstanding performance. The results show:

  • 19% of all grades achieved are A*/A with half of all grades at A*-B – a very significant 15% increase on last year
  • 71% of all grades achieved are at A*-C
  • A*-E pass rate achieved at A Level is an impressive 98%
  • Equally impressive results by those students taking the new, more rigorous, vocational qualifications

There were a number of excellent individual successes at A Level, including the following students:

Morgan Brown – A* A* A

Joe Burke – A* A A

Sonya Gholami – A* A A B

Alice Hughes – A A A

Harry Alexander-Porter - A A A

Taylor Beck – Dist* Dist A

Executive Head Teacher, Nick Bradwell said: "I am really delighted with the excellent results achieved by Warlingham Sixth Form students this year. The students have worked tremendously hard over the last two years and thoroughly deserve their success. I hope they are all very proud of their outstanding achievements reflecting their high level of dedication and commitment. I would also like to thank all the parents for the important role they have played in encouraging their children and supporting the School. Of course, I must thank the dedicated and talented staff at Warlingham School for all their time, energy and care in supporting their students throughout their courses.

Assistant Headteacher and Head of Sixth Form, Rob Scott, was also delighted: "I would like to congratulate the students. I am particularly impressed with the number of top grades achieved this year; also impressive is the excellent progress made by all of our students. It is pleasing that so many Warlingham Sixth Form students continue to demonstrate their wider commitment both to the school and to the local community as part of their Warlingham Graduation qualification. In addition to working incredibly hard to achieve these fantastic results, many of our students still find the time to help and support many worthwhile causes within the local area. I am sure that they will all continue to be happy and successful in the future."

Thanks to their excellent results, many Warlingham Sixth Form students are now looking forward to studying at a number of the top universities, including Morgan Brown to read History and Philosophy at Royal Holloway, Alice Hughes to read Biomedical Engineering at Surrey, Harry Alexander-Porter to read Chemistry at UCL, Joe Moore to read Accounting and Finance at Sussex, Billy Gass to read Physics at Surrey, Ellen Umukoro to read Mathematics at Loughborough and Jake Pommils to read Physics at Southampton. Meanwhile, Joe Burke and Sonya Gholami are taking gap years after which Joe plans to read Chemistry at Imperial College and Sonya Gholami will study Medicine. University is not the choice for everyone; Taylor Beck is hoping to join the police force.

We wish them all every success.


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