A Level Results

Warlingham Sixth Form College would like to congratulate all our hard-working students on their A Level results this year.  In particular, the following students achieved outstanding results:

Grace Cooper - A* A* A

Daisy Millington – A* A A A

Abbie Drake - A* A A

Rhianna Patel - A A A A

Daisy Moynihan  - A A A

Beth Sharp – A A A

Sabela Micallef – Dist* Dist A

Katie Day – A* A B

Katie Blatchford – A A B

Head of Upper School, Steve Day said, “I am pleased with the results achieved by Warlingham Sixth Form College students this year.  They have worked tremendously hard over the last two years and thoroughly deserve their success. I hope they are all very proud of their achievements which reflect their high level of dedication and commitment.  I would like to thank all the parents for the important role they have played in encouraging their children and supporting the College.  I would also like to pay tribute to the dedicated and talented staff for all their time, energy and care in supporting their students throughout their courses.

Assistant Headteacher and Head of College, Rob Scott, was also delighted: “I am particularly impressed with the number of top grades achieved this year.  It is pleasing that so many of our students continue to demonstrate their wider commitment both to the college 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 College students are now looking forward to studying at a number of the top universities, including Abbie Drake to read Human, Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge, Rhianna Patel to read Medicine at UCL, Katie Day to read English Literature and Creative Writing at Warwick, Sabela Micallef to read Education with Psychology at Bath, Grace Cooper to read Physiotherapy at Nottingham, Daisy Millington to read Biomedical Science at Southampton, Daisy Moynihan to read Psychology at Southampton, Katie Blatchford to read Physiotherapy at East Anglia and Beth Sharp to read Chinese and Japanese at Leeds after a gap year.

We wish them all every success.


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