Students and staff at SPH Sixth Form are celebrating another year of stunning A-Level results today. 60% of all grades were A*- B with 26% either an A* or A grade. In a cohort of 91 students, 12 students earned 3 A grades or better and 39 students gained at least one A grade. More importantly, the hard work of all the students has paid off, doing themselves proud and helping them fulfil their potential.
Students are now eagerly taking up their places at University, apprenticeship training and College across the UK and abroad.
With a particular focus nationally on girls studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) it is great news to discover a number of students at SPH pursuing this route. Emily Broadhurst achieved A*A*A* earning her a place to read Medicine at University College London and Eloise Carter achieved A*A*A* to earn her an offer to read Chemistry at Oxford University. Olivia Iden gained A*A*A to take her offer of reading Mathematics at Bath University and Holly Leal gained A*AA to read Mathematics at Birmingham University. Holly Tarleton will also be reading Mathematics, achieving A*A*A to take up her offer from The London School of Economics.
Other notable success includes Oliver Button’s A*AA which will see him read Physics with Astrophysics at Exeter University and Connor Cruicks gaining A*A*A to read Engineering at Durham University. Charlotte Elliott gained A*AA and will be reading English and History at Leeds University. Bibi Jones will be reading Journalism, Media and English Literature at Cardiff University after gaining 3 A grades. Harry McCirrick also gained 3 A grades and will be reading Physics at the University of Warwick/Southampton. Solene Declas will be reading Psychology at BATH/KCL after earning 3 A grades. Constance Hurr gained ABB and will be taking her place at the prestigious Norland Nursery Training College.
At AS Level, congratulations go to James Angus, Quinn Bolger, Hannah Boylin, Katherine Greenaway, Rebecca Holland and Zach Hollis who all gained 4 A grades.
Leon Hogan, Head of Sixth Form said ‘The successes we have seen today are based on the hard work of our students, our excellent teachers and the support we receive from the families of our students. The delight we witness every year as our students and their families collect their results, allowing them to start the next stage of their journey to achieving great things, is very rewarding. The staff and families have again gone above and beyond in supporting our students to ensure they had every opportunity to succeed. Results like these are a real team effort!’
David Carter, Headteacher said ‘Congratulations to all the students picking up their A Level results. We are very proud of all their achievements during their time at SPH. We thank them for everything they have contributed to our community and wish them well in the future.’
The Sixth Form at SPH is open to all students in the local area, regardless of whether they have previously studied at SPH or not. Those wishing to apply should go to the website www.sphcs.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.