A Level Results 2023
Students at Westcliff High School for Girls have been celebrating this morning as they collected their A’ level results and gained entry to a range of competitive higher education courses. Amongst them were some outstanding achievements:
May was awarded 5 A* Grades in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Psychology and the Extended Project Qualification and will be going to Cambridge to study Natural Sciences.
Henrietta was awarded 4 A* and 1 A in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and the Extended Project Qualification and will also be going to Cambridge to study Natural Sciences.
Aveline was awarded 3 A* and 1 A and will be going to Kings College London to study MedicineZeenat was awarded 3 A and 1 B and will be going to the University of Nottingham to study MedicineChimeze was awarded 3 A and will be going to the University of East Anglia to study MedicineCallum was awarded 2 A* and 2 A securing his place at the University of Liverpool to study DentistryJessica was awarded 4 A* and will be going to Durham University to study History
Dylan was awarded 2 A* and 2 A to secure his place at the University of Warwick to study Mathematics
Emilie – 4 A* Queen Mary’s to study Law
Phoebe – 4 A* University of York to study Chemistry
Holly – 2 A* & 2 A University of Southampton to study Mechanical Engineering
Rachel – 2 A* & 1 A University of Durham to study Philosophy
We are very proud of the A Level results achieved by students at Westcliff High School for Girls. The results reflect their ability to rise to the challenge of recent years through hard work and determination, and we wish them all the best as they begin the next phase in their path of life-long learning.
We are delighted for so many of our students who have gained entry to a great range of competitive Higher Education courses. A large number of our students will be undergraduates at prestigious universities across the country, including Cambridge, Durham, Kings College London, Warwick, Nottingham, Liverpool and York. Some of our students have chosen to start employment or degree level apprenticeships. Whatever their next steps, we hope our students find the experience a rewarding and fulfilling one, and I know that they will want to join me in thanking the dedication of staff here at Westcliff High School for Girls, who work tirelessly to support our students to achieve academically, and to be the very best versions of themselves.
Despite the reduction in ‘top’ grades this year, a as a School we are celebrating a great number of successes within many subject areas, including 53% of students studying Further Maths achieving A*/A and 67% achieving A*/A in both Geography and Drama. 52% students studying Religious Studies secured A*/A and 49% of students studying Psychology were awarded the top grades.
Headteacher of Westcliff High School for Girls
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