Aldridge School celebrates post-16 successes including a place at Oxford University
Aldridge School students and staff are celebrating improved results for A level and Vocational studies despite national changes.
In a year of great change in A level assessments, the outcomes for Aldridge School have remained consistently good.
Aleisha Peace achieved A* in Classics and English Literature with an A in History and a place at Oxford University to read Classics beckons.
Top student and Head Boy James Moss secured his first choice place to read Economics at Warwick University with A* in Economics and Maths and A in Further Maths and History.
Sebastian Massey-Cordon and Abbie Evans achieved 4 grade As and 2 grade Bs between them and have secured places at the University of Birmingham to read Geography and Nottingham Trent University to read Psychology respectively.
Jordan Peach joined Aldridge School for the sixth form and has made excellent progress achieving a Distinction in Art and Design, grade A in Physics and grade B in Maths. Jordan has overcome personal and academic challenges to achieve his dream of going to university to study Automotive Engineering.
“I am very proud of our students’ successes and grateful to their teachers for all their hard work supporting them. I wish our students all the best for the future whether they are moving on to university, an apprenticeship or employment.” said Headteacher Ian Bryant.