KS5 Results August 2021
Congratulations to our Year 13 students on their excellent results!
We are delighted that our students are progressing to a wide range of destinations of their choice, with many progressing to prestigious Russell Group universities.
Three of our students attained all grades at A*. Two of these have secured places at Oxford University:
Iona attained all grades at A* in English Literature, History and Philosophy & Ethics and will study Law at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.
Morgan also achieved all grades at A* in Maths, Further Maths and Physics and will be studying Mathematics at University College, Oxford.
Dominic - who also achieved all A* grades in Chemistry, Maths and Physics - has chosen to take up an apprenticeship with Barclays Bank.
Enzo attained A* grades in Computer Science and Maths as well as an A in Physics; he will be studying Software Engineering at Swansea University.
Connor’s two A* grades were in History and Politics, in addition to two As in French and Philosophy & Ethics. He was one of our excellent head students and will be studying History and International Relations at King’s College, London.
Sean achieved an A* in Maths and two As in Further Maths and French and will be applying to study Maths at Cambridge next year.
Naomi’s A* was in English Language & Literature. With two As in Philosophy & Ethics and Sociology, she is planning to study English Literature at Aberystwyth University.
Congratulations to another of our excellent head students, Natalia, who joined us in Year 10 with limited English and who has now achieved two grades at A* in German and in Polish, an A in Photography and a Distinction in Creative Media. She is going to Bristol UWE to study Photography.
We are equally proud of students who have secured apprenticeships including Grace whose academic ability meant that she could have progressed to university but who instead went through a highly competitive interview process to secure a Cyber Security apprenticeship with EDF Energy.
This year has been extremely testing for all involved, with long periods of remote education both last year and this year, with lots of students having to self-isolate at various times and, of course, with external examinations being replaced by thorough internal assessments. Our students have been remarkably resilient and have more than met the challenge of the changes to the grading system.
Thank you to our staff for their adaptability over the last two years and for their professionalism, integrity and rigour during the process of assessing students.
Our Year 13 students are well-rounded young people who exemplify our St Peter’s values of respect, optimism, community and kindness. We are proud of their achievements and wish them all the very best for the next stage of their education or employment.