A-level Results Day 2022
We would like to share with our school community just how proud we all our of our students following today's A-level results day. Principal Mr David James said: “Today we celebrated A-level results day on-site for the first time since the pandemic and what an absolute pleasure it has been to share in the successes of our Year 13 cohort in person. COVID-19 over the last two years has caused many disruptions to the way we usually operate results days, but it has been fantastic to welcome students into school once more for our traditional celebrations and to hear all about their next steps. I am so proud of our Year 13 cohort and how they have handled their last few years in education, with all the changes to normal school life. To see their smiling faces today and the way they celebrated, not only their own results, but those of their peers was wonderful to see.”
Assistant Principal attached to Sixth Form, Mr Adrian Colman, said: “This has been a superb year group to work with and have taken all challenges presented to them in their stride.
Our students have achieved very well in their A-level results, with 24 students in our Year 13 cohort achieving the equivalent of 3 A grades or above. The average grade across the year group was a grade B. 44% of students achieved at least one grade A in their A-levels, and 32% of students achieving an average of grade A across all three A-levels.
The vast majority of Year 13 students have already secured places in either their first, or second choice of university, and we are extremely proud of all of them. I would like to highlight the achievements of our Head Students, Joseph Lomax and Sarayu Shankar. Joseph achieved 3 A*s and has secured a place at the Oxford University to study Spanish and English. Sarayu achieved 2 A*s, 1 A and an A* in her Extended Project. She is on her way to Medical School at Keele University. They have both been at Caroline Chisholm School since they were in Foundation Stage (aged 4). Their journey is a fantastic example of the effectiveness of an all-through education at Caroline Chisholm School.
Huge congratulations must go to Ryan Mackle on achieving 3 A*s and a B, and Oliver Greener for 3 A*s. Also, fantastic achievements from Callum Young, Lucy Litchfield, Fatima Kamara, Jacob Grant and Jessica Duff on achieving 2 A*s and an A in their results. There were many more great successes on individual levels including those who have overcome particular personal challenges during the course of their A-levels and the teaching staff at CCS continue to be inspired by the resilience and determination of each and every one of our students.
Good luck to all students in their next steps in education and training.”