St. Crispin’s School is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels and other qualifications this summer.

Carly Collett, Head of Sixth Form said: “We are so incredibly pleased for our students and the results they have achieved.  As they move forward into an array of exciting and varied opportunities, we are filled with pride and greatly look forward to hearing about their future successes.

Fynn Jordan achieved A*A*A* along with an A in the Extended Project Qualification and is going to study Medicine at St. George’s, University of London.  Fynn has been an exceptionally hardworking and conscientious student and has served the school community as Head Boy.

Briony Swinyard achieved A*A*A* and is going to study Psychology with Criminology (with a placement year) at Loughborough University.  Briony has consistently impressed us during her time in the Sixth Form and we look forward to hearing of her future successes.”

Achieving A*AA as well as an A* in the Extended Project Qualification, Lauren Upex will read German and Spanish at The University of Edinburgh. It has been wonderful to see Lauren flourish in the Sixth Form and we are sure that she is destined for great things.

With the results of AAA, Kesar Woottun Meeheelaul is to read Microbiology at University of Surrey.  Kesar is a hard working student that has excelled in her time in the Sixth Form.

Matthew Arnold is headed to Bournemouth University to read Business and Management having achieved Distinction Star in Level 3 CTEC Business and Level 3 BTEC Sport as well as a B grade in his A level Psychology.

Ginny Rhodes, Headteacher said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a very difficult and disrupted year.   Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education and study, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve in the future.”

This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.