MORE Coventry schools are celebrating excellent A-level results.
Cardinal Wiseman School is reporting nearly half – 49% – of students achieved A*-B grades, with 21% achieving A*-A.
Bridget Morris, Head of Cardinal Wiseman, part of the Romero Catholic Academy, said: “We are extremely proud of our students who have worked incredibly hard to achieve such fantastic results.
“This strong set of results is a reflection of the dedication of both students and staff across the school and continues our success of us achieving the best A-Level results in the city in 2016.
“We would like to congratulate all of our students on their excellent achievements and wish them well for the future.”
Individual success stories noted by the school include:
Alfie Meade – A* A* A (chemistry, maths, physics). Alfie is going on to study maths at university.
Jevgenijs Petrovs – A* A* A C (chemistry, maths, Russian, biology). Jevgenijs is going on to study chemistry at Birmingham City University.
Kelly O’Sullivan – A A B (psychology, RE, law). Kelly is going on to study psychology at the University of Birmingham.
Ciara Wells – Distinction* Distinction Distinction (business, health and social care – double award).
Larishia Feighan – Distinction* Distinction Distinction (business, health and social care – double award). Larishia is going on to study business management at De Montfort University.
Hannah Keogh – A* A B (religious studies, English Literature, economics). Hannah is going on to study philosophy at the University of Birmingham.
Lanz Sarmiento – A* B B (maths, physics, geography). Lanz is going on to study maths at the
University of Manchester.
Amelia Ziaja – Distinction* Distinction* A (music, business studies and Polish). Amelia is going on to study accounting for management at Aston University.
Klaudia Kowalowka – Distinction* Distinction* A (business, ICT, Polish). Klaudia will be going on to study business and management at Aston University.
Callum Tollett – B B B (economics, geography, law). Callum will be going on to study a higher apprentice in quantity surveying.
Rachel Ruddy – Distinction* Distinction* B (health and social care – double award and psychology).
Rachel is going on to study mental health nursing at Coventry University.
Bablake announced another year of excellent A level results as it looks forward to opening its new Sixth Form Centre this September.
It provided an ‘A Level Results Summary 2017’
• The overall pass rate is 100%.
• 73% of all grades are A*, A or B.
• 26 students achieved 3 or more A* or A grades.
• 109 students took the exams.
Headmaster, Mr John Watson, said: ‘In a year of great uncertainty, with a mixture of old and newstyle A levels, our students can be very proud of all they have achieved, both in their examinations and in so many other aspects of school life. They leave us as fine and generous young adults who can embark with confidence on the next stage of their lives’.
Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Alison Tumber, added: ‘They have very bright futures ahead of them and it has been a pleasure to see them grow into such successful and well-rounded young adults.’