Christ's Students Celebrate A Level Success
Staff at Christ’s School, Richmond, were delighted to welcome students this morning to celebrate their A Level success. One of the first to arrive was Rory Halsall. Rory was delighted with his 2A*s and an A as he heads off to Oxford University to study Engineering. Despite a challenging end to his final year Rory was really pleased that all of his hard work has paid off. As he leaves Christ’s and looks forward to the next step in his education, Rory thanked staff for all of their support during his seven years at the School.
Outgoing Head students Louis Icke and Lucy Blitz celebrated receiving an A* and 2 As and 3 As respectively, which sees Louis heading off to Manchester to study Aerospace Engineering and Lucy to Birmingham to read Political Science.
Leah Howard was thrilled to receive 2 A*s and 2 As. She will be joining University College London to read English and German, whilst Bennie Mukanya is off to Durham to study Japanese, following her A* and 2 A grades. Following a double distinction in BTEC Business, Akshat Lond has secured a fantastic Level 7 apprenticeship with Ernst Young Assurance.
Commenting on the results, James Butler, Head of Sixth Form at Christ's School said "I would like to congratulate all of our students. In a particularly challenging end to their school journey, we are thrilled that the majority of our students have received the recognition they deserve for all of their hard work. These results are a credit to our students’ hard work, the quality and commitment of all of our staff and the strong relationships that exist between our students and staff".
Helen Dixon, Headteacher at Christ’s School, applauded the efforts of the students, staff and Sixth Form team who have worked so hard to ensure this year’s success, “Today we have celebrated the outstanding achievements of a number of our students whilst supporting those who were not awarded the grades that their hard work merited. We will continue our efforts to ensure that they receive the recognition that they deserve.”