Abbeywood Community School is celebrating strong performances across both A-Levels and vocational qualifications, with some outstanding individual performances.
Students have secured places to study at many of the top universities in the country, including Oxford University, Imperial College London, Exeter University and Bristol University.
A spokesperson for the school said:
“In what has been an unprecedented and extremely challenging year for all of our young people, the students of Abbeywood Community School have excelled. They have continued to maintain positive attitudes and shown resilience in these extraordinary and uncertain times.”
Notable individual successes highlighted by the school include:
- Jasmine Ajaz 5A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics and EPQ
- William Lambern 4A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing
- Daniella Sakota 3A*s in English Lit., History and Art
- Anish Kataria 3A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Psychology
- Dominika Dovicakova 2A*s & A in History, Sociology and Philosophy
- Rezwana Begum Dist*, A* & A in Business, Criminology and Sociology
- Charlie Dell A* & 2As in History, English and Philosophy
- Lies Dunn 3 As in Criminology, Sociology and Film Studies
- Sam Mansfield-Njie 2A*s and 2As in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Further Maths
- Charley Wood 3As in Sociology, Criminology and History
- Michaela Stutt 3As in Maths, Physics and English Language
- Catrin Perrott A* and 2As in Biology, Chemistry and Maths
- Jonny Mead 2A*s, A & B in Psychology, Criminology, EPQ and Chemistry
Associate headteacher Ben Dilley said:
“Through hard work and dedication, and responding to the high quality teaching from our teaching staff, this year group has performed exceptionally. Congratulations to our students, who have been rewarded with outstanding results that have allowed them to choose their next path, either in education, apprenticeships or employment.”
“We wish all of our students well and are confident that they are on course to succeed at degree level, in their apprenticeships or employment. We are incredibly proud of all that they have achieved both academically and as they have progressed into outstanding young people.”
This article originally appeared in the September 2021 issue of the Stoke Gifford Journal magazine (on page 9). The magazine is delivered FREE, nine times a year, to over 5,000 homes in Stoke Gifford, Little Stoke and Harry Stoke. Phone 01454 300 400 to enquire about advertising or leaflet insertion.