The young people who sat their A Level and vocational exams this summer must be congratulated for their determination to succeed in the face of huge disruption to their education. This cohort of students were unable to sit their GCSE exams in 2020 and then had two years of adapting to blended learning. Our Year 13 students have shown true resilience and determination to make the most of their last year at school.
A number of our students have achieved a wonderful set of results with some notable successes:
- Atul Siburanj: 4 A*
- Jamie Daly: 3 A*
- James Henley-Waters: 3 A*
- Grace Jolley: 3 A*
- Anna Wills: 2 A* and 1 A
- William Box: 2 A* and 1 A
- Briony Arnold: 2 A*, 1 A and 1 B
The vast majority of our students are heading off to university having secured their first-choice place. James Henley-Waters will be reading Medicine at Cambridge, which continues our trend of securing Oxbridge places for our students.
The Priory School promotes the importance of Higher Level Apprenticeships and we have seen an increase in the number of students securing apprenticeships with leading employers this year.
Quote from the Headteacher
“These are young people, not statistics, and these results represent improved life chances. It is a testament to their hard work and to the excellence of their teachers and the great support they receive at home. We want to congratulate all of them on their individual successes. They have a lot to be proud of.”