Foundation Schools’ Sixth Form students celebrate excellent examination results.
Students and staff at Foundation Schools Trinity, Whitgift and Old Palace are celebrating after achieving outstanding A Level and IB results this year.
- Old Palace School yet again achieved top A Level grades across the board with 82% of students (pictured above) achieving their first choice of university.
Carol Jewell, Head teacher said: “Many congratulations to our girls and to Old Palace staff on yet another set of strong public examination results. Particular congratulations to the number of outstanding individuals who have achieved at an extraordinary high standard with A and A* grades across the board. I am proud of their commitment to study throughout their years at Old Palace. We are confident that our students with lead distinguished university careers.”
- Trinity School is thrilled to have achieved its best ever A Level results, particularly in the second year that the school has had a co-educational Sixth Form.
Mark Bishop, Headmaster, praised the hard work of students and teachers in the School and said: “Congratulations to all our students who have worked very hard to achieve some excellent results. My thanks go to all the staff for their incredible commitment and support to help pupils achieve their best.”
- Whitgift School is delighted that all 30 students achieved the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma with an extremely rare achievement that two students were awarded the maximum 45 points.
Stewart Cook, Head of IB, said: “Students have been taking the International Baccalaureate at Whitgift now for 10 years, and results are as strong as ever. The IB continues to be a genuine and exciting option for many of our Sixth Formers; its comprehensive educational ethos preparing them for bright futures at university and beyond.”
Many of our students will continue their studies at top institutions around the world and we look forward to hearing about the next stage in their academic lives.
Martin Corney, Chief Executive, The Whitgift Foundation, said: “I’m thrilled to congratulate pupils and staff at our three Foundation Schools for their commitment and hard work in once again achieving exceptional A-Level results. One of the original aims of our Founder, Archbishop John Whitgift, was to provide an outstanding education to young people and we are delighted that our graduating students have built themselves a fantastic platform for the future.”
To find out more about Whitgift, Trinity and Old Palace’s A-Level results, visit their websites.