Outstanding A Level results at The Abbey

The Abbey Sixth Form offers two pathways of study: A Level and the IB Diploma Programme. Today Elizabeth is celebrating wonderful A Level achievements a month after twin sister Alice excelled with an outstanding IB result. Elizabeth secured 1 A* and 2 A grades and will go on to read History at UCL while Alice moves onto the University of Birmingham to read Liberal Arts and Science after scoring 41 out of a maximum 45 at IB.

Four weeks on from a world-class set of IB results, The Abbey is now delighted to announce another stellar A Level performance. Despite the significant challenges faced by students during the past two years of study, Abbey students demonstrated enormous resolve, determination and commitment to their studies – resulting in plentiful offers from the leading universities in the UK.

Congratulations go to all students, with many highlights within the results. Jenny achieved straight A* grades in History, Mathematics, and Spanish, and will now go to read History at Oxford. Nieve also gained A* grades in English Language, English Literature and Philosophy and Theology and now heads off to Edinburgh to read Social Anthropology.

Katya leaves The Abbey to read Medicine at the University of Manchester, and Jemima heads off to King’s College London to read Liberal Arts – both with three A* grades. As ever the priority is to support all Abbey students to leading higher education institutions and to the courses that are right for them..

Head of The Abbey School, Will le Fleming, commented: “We are delighted for our students who have shown tenacity and flexibility in their learning, which has been recognised in these excellent results. The experiences they have faced and the challenges they have overcome during this extraordinary period will serve them well as they start preparing for life at university.”

“My warmest thanks go to our devoted teaching staff – without them, these results would not have been possible. Their sheer passion and love of subject is evident whether face to face or in remote teaching, and their tireless efforts to support our students are inspirational.”