Sixth Formers celebrate excellent A Level Results
Students at The Peterborough School have achieved an outstanding set of A Level results, with a 100% pass rate.
Students at The Peterborough School have achieved an outstanding set of A Level results, with a 100% pass rate. This is particularly exceptional as this is the first time these pupils have sat public exams, as they were unable to sit their GCSEs in 2020.
Individual successes include Deputy Head Boy Naman Bhardwaj who gained three A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Maths, and an A in his Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), an additional independent research project which Sixth Formers undertake based on a topic of their choosing. Naman will go on to study Medicine at Trinity College, Cambridge from September. Deputy Head Girl Katie Lawler is also celebrating on achieving three A*s in Biology, Chemistry and English and plans to study Chemistry, Biological and Medicinal Chemistry at York University. She also achieved an A* in her EPQ.
In addition, talented artist Poppy Johns achieved two A*s and a B, as well as a B in her EPQ. Reuben Wild has also achieved an excellent set of results, gaining an A*, A and a B in his exams. Both will go on to study Architecture in September. Their artwork is currently displayed within the School, following their outstanding results this summer.
Headmaster Adrian Meadows is thrilled for the students, saying: “I want to take this opportunity to offer my heartfelt congratulations to all our Upper Sixth on their achievements this summer. Considering that they have never sat public exams before, and partially studied for their A Levels during the past lockdowns, they have performed exceptionally well and should all be very proud of their achievements. I look forward to hearing about the next stage of their educational careers as they move on to further study after leaving The Peterborough School.”