Today, Tettenhall College is celebrating excellent A level results.
Headmaster, Mr McAllister commented, ”This academic year has been like no other. It has presented challenges that none of us could have foreseen. Yet today, I am so proud of the students and teaching staff who have secured such an outstanding set of results. Not only do these results allow our young people to pursue the next stage of their academic careers at some of the very best universities; this is where Tettenhall College’s teachers truly know their students. Their grades were significantly in line with our teachers’ expectations. This demonstrates that the College’s personalised approach to knowing each individual student has such fundamental value.”
Our A level students celebrated their success with over a quarter of students securing grades at A* and A, 55% achieving A* to B grades and 77% gaining A* to C grades. Deputy Head Mrs Samra said, “This is a true testament to all of our students for their continued efforts and adaptability throughout this time. Delivering a full curriculum digitally with live teacher led lessons has been something that we are so proud to have done for all our students.”
All students are to be hugely congratulated. Amongst the raft of excellent performances were those from two of the College’s Senior Prefects William Fletcher-Taylor & Joseph McKaig. Joseph will be studying Medicine with an impressive A* in Biology, A in Chemistry and an A grade in Maths. William will be studying Economics at Birmingham University, having secured an A* in Economics along with an A in English and a B in Geography.
With an outstanding 3 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths and Physics, Steven Chen will be off to Edinburgh University to study Electronics and Electrical Engineering.
Katherine Li is heading to King’s College, London to study Physics having achieved an impressive 2 A*s in both Maths and Further Maths as well as A grades in Chemistry and Physics.
Marta Gniecka celebrates an outstanding 5 A Levels with 3 A grades and 2 B grades.
Ivan Zhao will join Steven at Edinburgh University to study Product Design having secured A* in Math and 2 A grades in Further Maths and Art.
Rohan Sharma will head to the University of Exeter to study Accounting and Finance having gained 2 A grades in Economics and History with a B in Biology.
Leaving her creative mark on the College, with some of her stunning artwork hanging on the walls of the school, Emily Chan will be following her dream after being accepted to Lancaster University to study Fine Art, having secured 2 A*s and a C.
Tettenhall College wishes all of their leavers well and look forward to welcoming their new Sixth Form cohort in a few weeks’ time.Categories: Sixth Form