A Level Results Day

Posted on: 15/08/2019

WG6 students celebrate in style.

WG6, the collaborative sixth form for the Wilmington Grammar Schools is pleased to report some outstanding A Level achievements once again this year.

Both schools are thrilled that practically half of the grades have been awarded at the highest A*/B grades and in the new Construction qualification, 88% students secured A*/A grades, paving the way for some high powered careers in architecture and engineering.

Although we celebrate the achievements of all our students, special mention must go to Adam Cavender who will be heading to Cambridge to study Engineering, having secured 5 A*/A grades and to Elliot Parker who will also be at Cambridge.  James Ball secured three A* grades as he heads to Imperial to read Computing. Edward Hayward with 3 A* grades and an A grade is off to Lancaster to read natural sciences and Josh Lowe with straight A*/A grades will be taking up Design Engineering at Imperial. Not to be outperformed, Ellena Mouzouris with 4 A*/A grades is planning to read International relations and development at Sussex. Stephanie Harris and Annie Scott both with straight A*/A grades have both opted to study Psychology at Surrey.  Eleanor Morgan and Sophie Wesley both gained a set of top grades and plan to read History at Bristol and Exeter respectively.  Lucy Fitzgerald will be reading sports psychology at UCFB after celebrating her A*/A grades.

An increasing number of students are choosing to enter university via the Higher Apprenticeship route and this is a sensible option at a time when tuition funding is so prohibitively expensive. We wish Connor Watts all the best as he embarks on a career in quantity surveying at Spie Engineering.  Shannon Banks has already commenced her human resources Higher Apprenticeship as has Jake Everest who has commenced training with A4G and expects to be filing tax returns by January!  Whilst Lily Barham will start her accountancy Higher Apprenticeship in September.

Collaboratively the schools are able to benefit from best practice at the individual schools and offer a wider range of option choices than that offered by a single school. If you are interested in joining our sixth form please email office@wg6.co.uk

Geraldine Tiddy, the Director of WG6 stated; “I am very proud of the individual achievements of all our students and know just how much effort goes into turning predicted grades into actual results. I wish all the students every success in the future.”


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