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A level and BTEC results at Wyedean School Sixth form 2022

 We are absolutely delighted with the exceptional performance of year 13 students at Wyedean Sixth form. Given that this cohort did not sit externally assessed exams in year 11 we are so very proud of how well they have fared in their formal exams. The resilience and determination demonstrated by all students across the UK is to be much admired this summer.

This year we have returned to the exam assessment system which we have always known would be a ‘transition year’ between 2021 (when assessment was done directly by schools and colleges) and 2019 (the last year exams took place). Repeatedly this year group has ridden the COVID wave deftly and this is evident in exam results which have returned 34% of grades at an A*-A and 65% of grades at an A* - B.

Johnathan Lane, Director of Sixth form reported that “Our results this year are outstanding. For a third of our students to achieve an A* or A is a remarkable achievement, especially in such difficult circumstances. It really has been a team effort: students, teachers, support staff and parents have worked together brilliantly to produce a set of results that we can all be proud of. The students can move on to the next stage of their journey with their heads held high.”  

Principal, Gwennan Jeremiah said, “The last few years have been challenging for all in education and we are delighted to have returned to a more normal exam experience for our students. Despite many students in year 13 not having sat any form of external assessment previously, each and every one of them rose to the challenge. Their exceptional results are well deserved, and we could not be more proud.

I would also like to thank our staff at Wyedean School and Sixth form centre for their determination to ensure that this group of students received high quality, interactive lessons, and excellent pastoral care whether it be remotely due to pandemic restrictions or in person. Their endeavours ensured that students were able to fully experience A level and BTEC learning at its best, pandemic or not.“