17 August 2017

Bumper crop of A-Levels at John Willmott School

John Willmott School is celebrating a bumper crop of A Level results this summer with 52% of all grades being A*-B. This includes a very pleasing 34% of all entries scoring at the higher band of A*-A. With a pass rate of 100% the school is reaping the benefits of improved learning and teaching this year and sending significant numbers of students off to university.

Notable performances came from Reagan Hughes A*, A*, A, Tom Bacchus A, A, A, B, Mandip Jhitt, A*, A*, Distinction, Andy Sun, A, A, B, Ikram Khan A, B, 2 x Distinction, Liam Jobber A, B, 2 x Distinction and Amy Moore A*, A*, C.

Tracey Peters, Headteacher was thrilled with the results saying:

John Willmott School are very proud of the results achieved by our students. With 73% of all results being A*-C and a stunning 34% being at the higher grades of A*-A, the students are benefiting from the improvements that the school has made this year. Our students are going on to university to study a range of courses including Medicine, Physics, Mathematics, Quantity Surveying and Palaeontology, to name just a few of the courses. The staff and students have worked incredibly hard to be this successful and we wish all our students the very best for the future.”

Success Stories

Regan Hughes has scored A* A* and A in maths, further maths and physics. He is going to University of Birmingham to study maths and physics. He has worked extremely hard all year and is thrilled to have achieved these results.

Tom Bacchus has got AAA and B. He is looking to study medicine after previously considering medical sciences. His fantastic results mean that he can now apply for medicine and become a doctor.
Pooja Kenth got an A* in her business studies, B in maths and is going to Aston University to read finance.
Charles Cornfield is following his dream and is going to study palaeontology. The course is at Portsmouth University and Charles has secured his place by getting a B and C in business studies and a D* in science.
Finally, Stella Szaba scored and A* in photography, B in English and D*D* in Art. She is going to BCU to study Art. This is a fantastic achievement for Stella who joined the school from Hungary.