Redhill celebrates incredible achievements on A-Level results day 2022!
Congratulations to the class of 2022!
Students at Redhill Sixth Form (part of the Redhill Academy Trust) are celebrating fantastic A Level results today, with many now going on to study some of the most sought-after degree courses at internationally renowned universities across the UK.
A*/A grades alone accounted for 27% of grades this year, with the A*-B grades making up over half of all results. The average grade across all A Levels taken was a B.
Head student Goodnews Nwosu achieved four A* grades and is among many students going on to study at prestigious universities, including Oxford & Cambridge.
Goodnews will be going on to read Chemistry at Magdalen College, University of Oxford. After receiving his results, he said: “It feels too good to be true. I have always had the long-term dream of attending an Oxbridge university and I’m excited to get started! Thank you to my teachers for all their support.”
Joining Goodnews at Oxbridge universities are Oliver Burchell, who is going to read Mathematics at University of Cambridge, and Jessica Griffiths, reading History and French at University of Cambridge.
Also celebrating fantastic results are Will Shaw who achieved four A* grades and will be going on to read Mathematics at Durham University, and Alannah Mylechreest, who achieved three A* grades, reading English and German at the University of Bristol.
The majority of our students achieved their first choice of course and university, with many going to the top Russell Group universities in the UK.
We would also like to celebrate our students who have been successful in gaining apprenticeship and employment opportunities, including Sam Hunt who has started an apprenticeship as a Junior Content Production with Nottingham Police, Kaci Riley who is completing an Electrical Installation Apprenticeship with Hilton Canon Electrical, and Charlie Dennis, an Accounts apprentice at Contract Furniture Group.
Head of Sixth Form Alice Kettel said: “We are absolutely delighted for our Year 13 students, who have worked incredibly hard over a difficult two years. Their hard work has paid off, with students achieving outstanding A-level and BTEC results, putting them on a diverse range of exciting pathways for the future”.
Headteacher Mike Hardy said: “The rich diversity of courses and locations that this exceptional group of students will go on to reflects the passions, curiosity and aspirations that have been inspired and developed here at Redhill. We could not be happier or more proud of our students and the outstanding results that their hard work and dedication deserved. We wish you every success for the future.”