Staff at Thomas Adams Sixth Form are exceptionally proud of their Year 13 students.
With 66.1% of this year’s A Level grades at A*- B, students have shown themselves to be committed, motivated and tenacious in the face of the pandemic.
Many students are now looking forward to taking up their places at university or higher-level apprenticeships. Others are moving into employment. 100% of our students have gained their university place.
Of the many notable individual achievements, Anna Cladingbowl achieved A* in Chemistry, A* in History and A* in English Literature. Anna is extremely happy with her results and is off to her dream uni, University of Oxford, to study Classics (Latin and Ancient Greek). Molly Wilbraham has today been accepted to study History and Philosophy at the University of Warwick. Molly achieved A* in History, A* in Religious Studies, A in English Language and an A* in her EPQ.
Delighted Headteacher, Mark Cooper, said, “We are absolutely thrilled, as these achievements are the result of a lot of hard work by both staff and students over the last two years, in what has been a challenging journey. I would like to congratulate the students and wish them every success as they move on to follow their ambitions. Our students are embarking upon undergraduate courses in diverse subjects such as Classics, Medicine, Celtic and Scandinavian Studies and Acoustic Engineering at universities such as Oxford, Warwick, York and Edinburgh. Others are off to begin competitive apprenticeships. There is such a wide variety of destinations, and there are many individual achievements at every level.”
Julie Squire, Key Stage 5 Manager, added, “I am really proud of our students, whose hard work and determination have resulted in wonderful personal achievements.”
Pictured with their results (L-R) are back row: Anna Cladingbowl, Jakub Bledek and Alice Parker and front row: Oliver Cooper and Molly Wilbraham