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Posted on: September 25th 2019

Whitmore High School A Level Results

The Head of 6th Form, Dan Topley, said, "Congratulations to all of our Year 13 students on their A Level and BTEC results again this year. A huge thank you to the students, teachers and parents for their work and support. The students are off to start their higher education and apprenticeships - an exciting time for them – I know they will be a credit to the school." Read on for the reactions of students on results day…..

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Ibtihaaj Mohamoud (A English Literature, A History, A Biology – Oxford University to study English Literature)

“I’m very thankful for all of the support I’ve received from my family, my teachers and my friends. As cliché as it sounds, I don’t think I could have survived these two years without them. I’m really looking forward to studying English at Oxford University.”

Joshua Santosh Kumar (A Chemistry, A Maths, A Biology – East Anglia University to study Medicine)

“I’m really looking forward to beginning my career in medicine.  I hope to become a radiologist as I am fascinated by the diagnostic side of medicine.  A huge thank you to my parents and teachers for their overwhelming support during my time at Whitmore.”

Martin Esser (A* Maths, A* Further Maths, A Physics – University of Manchester to study Mechanical Engineering)

“I have always wanted to study Mechanical Engineering and through hard work, perseverance and a huge amount of support from family and school, I am on my way.”

Ayden-Jane Williams (A* Psychology, A* Sociology, A Music – Loughborough University to study Psychology)

“I would like to thank all of my teachers for believing in me and being incredibly supportive. I doubt I would have been able to do as well as I have without them and I am so grateful to have had them teaching me for two years.”

Rhys Williams (A* Maths, A Further Maths, A Computer Science – King’s College London to study Computer Science)

“I certainly wouldn’t be here without the support of my teachers. I did well in my subjects and now I’m off to King’s College to do an Integrated Masters in Computer Science.”

Priya Chandrashekar (A* English Literature, A* Maths, A Chemistry – University of Warwick to study Economics)

“I am incredibly thankful for the support the school has given me to help me achieve my grades. I feel so proud of my achievements and to have made it through the last two very challenging years.”

Anuj Choudhry (A Maths, A Further Maths, A Physics – University of Nottingham to study Electrical Engineering)

“Over the last two years I have overcome my fear of asking for help. I couldn’t have done this without my teachers.”

Nabila Nawaz (A* Maths, A Art & Design, B Further Maths, A Extended Project – King’s College London to study Mathematics)

“The past two years have definitely been a challenge and I’m really thankful to the staff who have helped me to get through my A Levels successfully.”

Rebecca Johnson (A* Sociology, A English Literature, A* Media – Exeter University to study English Literature)

“I am extremely proud of myself and relieved that all of the hard work has paid off. This year, I am excited to take a break from academic life to pursue my interests in travel. I will then go on to study English Literature at Exeter University which is something I never dreamed I would be able to do!”

Qasim Shoaib (A* Maths, A Physics, A Computer Science – University College London to student Mechanical Engineering)

“I am looking forward to studying Mechanical Engineering. Revision and exams were stressful, but I made it through!”

Karina Bhalla (BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma Health & Social Care – Dist*, Dist*, Dist - University of Southampton to study Psychology)

“I am going to the University of Southampton to study Psychology. My time as a sixth former at Whitmore was hard work but it was all worth it. I am so grateful for the help of the staff who helped me to stay motivated and helped me to achieve my goal. I can finally become the best clinical psychologist in the world!”

Rees Patel (A Maths, A Further Maths, A Physics – Gap Year)

“I would like to thank all of my teachers for their support throughout my time at Whitmore. Without them encouraging me to do better with my studies, I wouldn’t have skills I needed to pass my A Levels. I plan on taking a gap year to work and travel before going to university.”