Denbigh School Students Shine at A-Level

Students and staff at Denbigh School have been celebrating another set of wonderful A Level and BTEC results.  The last two years have been very difficult for students with Lockdowns, remote learning, isolation and high levels of uncertainty.  Despite this nearly 60% of all A Level grades achieved by Denbigh students were the top grades of A*, A or B.  There have been many outstanding achievements including Alexandros Alexiou (A*,A*,A*) and Jonathan Varga (A*,A*,A*) who are both going to UCL to study Biomedical Science and Economics respectively, Tolga Celebi (A*,A*,A*) studying mechanical engineering at Bristol University, Caitlin Cheshire (A*,A*,A*) and Natascha Norton (A*,A*,A) both going to Balliol College Oxford to study History and Spanish & Italian respectively, Dylan Gannaway (A*,A*,A*) and Aaron Syposz (A*,A*,A*) who are both going to Churchill College, Cambridge to study Law and French & German respectively, Grace Morrison (A*,A*,A*) who will study English with Creative Writing at Nottingham University, Christopher Roberts (A*,A*,A*) who is going to Manchester University to study Computer Science, Simon Davies (A*,A*,A) who will study Medicine at Plymouth University, Simon Mydliar (A*,A*,A) who is going to Ediniburgh to study Architecture, Louis Roberts (A*.A*,A) who will take a gap year before studying fashion, Sonia Saeedzada (A*A*A) who will go to Leeds University to study Law, Vanessa Sallai (A*,Dist*,A) studying Physiotherapy at the University of Herfordshire and Ellaha Ahmadi (A*,A*,A) who will study International Politics.

Headteacher Dr Frame said “I am so proud of our students’ achievements this year.  They have faced disruption and uncertainty from the pandemic for most of their Sixth Form experience, and yet they have remained calm, been resilient and adaptable and worked extremely hard to achieve these outstanding results.  I am also thankful to our staff who have acted with great integrity and professionalism in producing the Teacher Assessed Grades for our students”.

Andy Squires, CEO of the Denbigh Alliance Trust, of which Denbigh School is a member said: “These results are a credit to both the students and staff at Denbigh School.  At the Trust we could not be more proud of them all.”

We are delighted that so many students have secured their choice of placement for next year and we wish all our students both success and happiness in the next stage of their lives whether that is university, apprenticeship, or employment.  We know that they will do well and look forward to hearing about their achievements in years to come.

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