We are particularly proud of our A level students this year. They have worked incredibly hard throughout their time in the Sixth Form and have prepared themselves fully for the next stage in their education or chosen career. They are without doubt an impressive group of young people who have navigated their way through recent months, and the associated disruption and uncertainty, with unbelievable maturity and resilience.
Particularly impressive were the results of Niamh Bradshaw, Henry Burgess, James Clay, Holly Newton, Emily Smith and Adam Waters who achieved A* in each of their A level subjects. They are in very good company as George Avison, Viv Bone, Aaron Cook, Yousef Ghanmi, Yusof Hassan, Charlotte Hopwood, Bahar Icboyun, Ryan McFahn, Ella Pearson, David Scott, Caitlin Soroka, Hope Sidebottom, Alice Verdon, Oliver Ward and Isobel Williams also secured excellence across the board gaining As or A*s in each of their A level subjects.
The overwhelming majority of our students have secured their preferred university place or been accepted on apprenticeship or training schemes. They have done so well under particularly challenging and difficult circumstances, and we applaud their achievements; they are fine ambassadors for QEGS and we will miss them in September as they head off for pastures new.