A-Level Results 2023
Despite the doom-laden headlines warning of a dire situation facing students receiving their A Level results this year, our Yr 13 cohort proved, once again, that they are a truly outstanding and indisputably memorable year group who thoroughly deserve the remarkable success they are rightly celebrating today.
This year’s results sit within the national picture which confirms that grades have been depressed, particularly at the top end. Irrespective of this context, there were some notably outstanding performances. Having achieved A*AAA, Kirsten L is heading to Sheffield to read Medicine, while Olivia M’s A*A*A*A has secured her place to undertake Business Management with Marketing at Bath. Jess Hill is embarking on Classical Civilisation at Nottingham having achieved A*A*A and Pippa M’s clutch of A*AAA has confirmed her place to read Modern Languages and Linguistics at Newcastle. Sophia C’s string of three straight As is her passport to Manchester where she will study Psychology.
Given their ambition, commitment, focus, determination and resilience – qualities that are the hallmark of this year group – it is no surprise that 96% have secured their first-choice university place. Indeed, almost 50% of those institutions are Russell Group. A testament to the breadth of their academic interests and the range of skills they possess is the scope of those prospective courses; ranging from Architecture, Marketing, Biological Sciences, Occupational Therapy, Law, English with Creative Writing and a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Central St Martin’s, this is a year group that has excelled across the Arts, Sciences and Humanities. We could not be more delighted with and for them, and look forward to hearing about their undoubted success at university and beyond.