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A level and BTEC results 2019

A level and BTEC results 2019 – Wyedean School Press Release

 

Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre Continues to Excel in

Mathematics and Technology

Wyedean School is celebrating once more with a strong set of results in both A level and BTEC qualifications. The results are a testament to the hard work of our student body and the tireless efforts of our experienced and supportive teaching staff and sixth form academic support team. We are proud of our strong relationships with parents, carers and the wider community and these results reflect our team ethos and determination to achieve the very best for our students.

Maths and Technology subjects have continued to excel with 60% of students studying Maths at Wyedean achieving an A*-B grade. We could not be more proud of our history of excellence in this area which has been further evidenced by record numbers of our students choosing to study Maths, Computing, Cyber or ICT university courses next year. Our unrivalled broad curriculum has seen successes in both traditional and vocational courses with 57% of our BTEC students achieving an A*-A equivalent grade and students in the humanities subjects achieving 72% A*-B.

Director of Sixth Form and Assistant Principal, Jonathan Lane said, “Our Sixth Formers have made a lasting impression on our school. Their superb contribution to our community through their extra-curricular work and volunteering has now been enhanced by their outstanding results. This is a fitting end to a fantastic year. Congratulations to everyone involved in this tremendous achievement. Students who deserve particular praise for an outstanding set of results are:

Carlie Bailey A*A*AC, Matthew Blore A*ABC, Tom Blore A*A*ACC , Declan Boyle: A*A*AA, Anna Brown AAA, Wesley Brown A*AB, Matthew Corney D*AA, Lewis Morgan D*AB”

Principal, Gwennan Jeremiah said, “It is fantastic to celebrate the remarkable achievements of our young people and to witness their learning and self-fulfilment as they have progressed in their schooling. At Wyedean, we pride ourselves in providing a diverse and broad range of qualifications which best meet the needs of every student; when better to see this than on results day where we can share successes, support our students and wish them well for their future aspirations, careers and university choices.”

Photos left to right:

Anna Brown, Will James, Lewis Morgan, Stuart Bruton and Carlie Bailey                 

Photos left to right

Thomas Blore, Matthew Corney, Declan Boyle and Matthew Blore