Wilmslow High students achieve impressive A Level and BTEC results

Sixth form students at Wilmslow High School are celebrating another set of impressive A level results today, 60% of which were A* to B grades.

Overall 36.2% of the results were graded A* and A and 13.4% were A*. In total 28 students achieved the equivalent of 3 A grades or above in their A levels or BTECs.

Students who took BTEC exams also achieved an impressive set of results: 31.9% were at grade Distinction* and 66.6% were at grades Distinction* and Distinction.

Headteacher, Dr James Pullé commented "Congratulations to the Class of 2022 on responding so impressively to the return of external examinations after two
years of Covid changes to assessment arrangements.

"The careful planning of teaching by our hard-working staff, the provision of extensive support in response to periods of Covid isolation or absence from school and the determination of our students have combined to produce excellent performance across all subjects.

"We are proud of the way that the 'class of 2022' have seized opportunities across our Whole Curriculum. The powerful knowledge of our Formal Curriculum subjects has inspired our students to embark on an exciting range of degree courses and apprenticeships that will prove invaluable through life's journey."

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A Levels, Wilmslow High School
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