Class of 2022 celebrate excellent A Level results
Staff at Thomas Adams Sixth Form are exceptionally proud of their Year 13 students. With 81.4% of this year’s A Level grades at A*- C, students have shown themselves to be committed, motivated and tenacious throughout a disrupted A Level experience.
We’ve seen notable results from this year’s A Level students. Congratulations to Baylee Neal on achieving Maths A*, Further Maths A* and Physics A*. Baylee is taking up a place at Cambridge University to study Maths.
Student Billy Readman achieved Maths A*, Physics A* and Chemistry A* and is off to study Engineering at Warwick University.
Loveday Cookson achieved Religious Studies A*, English Literature A*, Drama & Theatre Studies A, EPQ A*. Loveday is taking up a place at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge to study English.
Students are now looking forward to taking up their places at university or higher-level apprenticeships. Others are moving into employment.
Delighted Headteacher, Mark Cooper, said, “We are absolutely thrilled, as these achievements are the result of a lot of hard work by both staff and students over the last two years, in what has been a challenging journey. I would like to congratulate the students and wish them every success as they move on to follow their ambitions. Our students are embarking upon undergraduate courses in diverse subjects such as Law, Pharmacy, Architecture, International Relations and Paramedic Science at a range of institutions including Cambridge, Durham, Warwick, York and Keele.
Others are off to begin competitive apprenticeships. There is such a wide variety of destinations, and there are many individual achievements at every level.”
Liam Allen, Assistant Headteacher responsible for Sixth Form added, “I am really proud of our students, whose hard work and determination have resulted in wonderful personal achievements. We wish them all the very best in what will be a bright future.”
Photo above L – R Baylee Neal, Loveday Cookson, Daisy Clarke, Billy Readman, Huw Winter and Sean Wentel
Photo above L-R James Page, Louise Green, Phoebe Beasley, Evie Logan and David Green