A-Level and BTEC Results
Students at Churchdown School opened their A Level and Btec results last Thursday. Results that they had worked very hard for. Despite the challenging circumstance in which this year’s results were awarded, there is a lot to be proud of for our students and indeed school.
Our core purpose in Churchdown is to empower students to take their next steps with confidence. In these challenging circumstances this remained our focus; to ensure every student progressed onto the next step of their journey towards their ambitious futures. The high aspirations of our students is reflected in the record number of applications to university this year and with the vast majority gaining their first-choice place at one of the country’s top Universities. Mrs Whitson-Jones, Head of Sixth Form, and the team were proud to see the students receive their first choice of university places. The team were also on hand to offer support to those who needed additional help to secure an alternative route.
We are extremely proud of the huge range of career paths that our students have chosen to follow from Games Design to Biochemistry, from Zoology to Fashion Design, from Performing Arts to Cyber Security. Each student has worked hard to follow their personal aspirations and have been supported by the commitment of our teachers and parents to ensure they reach their goal.
The following students have performed highly in their time with us and we would like to mention their personal success as they follow exciting career paths:
Ed Blackburn- Mathematical Physics
Ella Curtis- Environmental Science
Joy Brixey- Fine Art
Jacob Brown- English Literature
Catherine Ireland- Film/Television
Kim Murch- Fashion Design
Amber Rivers- Psychology
Hannah Schnieder- Zoology
Mckenzie Temple- Midwifery
Connor Allen- Media Production
Amber Tyas- Biomedical Science
Maddi Kort- Art and Design
Jamie Sinclair- Ancient history and Archeology
Daisy Holton- Criminology
Kyania May- Forensic Science
George Hemming- Civil Engineering
We are confident our students leaving school this summer can look forward to a very bright future in their chosen careers. On a personal note it has been a pleasure to work with such a bright, enthusiastic and resilient year group and we all wish them luck in their next steps.
Kind regards, Mr Potter