Lucy Storey
19 August, 2022

2022 A-Level and BTEC Results

Congratulations to all our students who received their A-Level and BTEC results yesterday!

With a broad and varied curriculum offer of fifteen different A-level subjects and BTEC Business taught across one or two years, combined with an inclusive ethos and non-selective, admissions policy, our students’ examination results and university destinations in 2022 reflect the College’s approach of breadth and inclusivity.

From A-level History (60% A*-A) to A-level Psychology (40% A*-A); A-level Art (40% A*-A) to A-level Physics (30% A*-A); A-level Further Mathematics (30% A*-A) to A-level Media Studies (50% A*-A), whatever our students’ particular area of interest, they have achieved admirable success. The breadth of our students’ interests is reflected in the following selection of 2022 university destinations achieved:

Bath Management with Marketing
Bath Biochemistry
Bristol International Business Management
Central Lancashire Medicine and Surgery
Durham Modern Languages and Cultures (with Year Abroad)
East Anglia (UEA) Biological Sciences
Exeter History and Politics
Exeter Business Analytics with Industrial Experience
Exeter Mechanical Engineering
Falmouth Fashion Photography
Glasgow Economics and Politics
Glasgow School of Art Architecture
Keele Biochemistry and Biology
King's College London Computer Science
Lancaster Computer Science
Lancaster Business Management
Manchester Management
Manchester Accounting and Finance
Newcastle Biomedical Sciences
Oxford Experimental Psychology
Oxford Brookes Business and Management
Oxford Brookes Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Oxford Brookes International Hospitality and Tourism Management
Queen Mary Mechanical Engineering
Reading Architecture
Sheffield Business Management
Sheffield Physics
St. Andrew's History

100% of our BTEC Business Extended Diploma students achieved grades Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction (equivalent to A-level A*AA) or above and have progressed to universities including Manchester, Birmingham and Oxford Brookes to study business management with other students studying hospitality management at Surrey and liberal arts at Sussex.

We wish our leaving students every success for the future and look forward to next year’s results; the 2022/23 Upper VI have a lot to live up to!