Queen Elizabeth High School is delighted to report some outstanding achievements by its students in their A levels and equivalent qualifications this summer.
This group of students have shown resilience in the face of challenging circumstances and regardless of grades should be proud of what they have achieved. Students from Queen Elizabeth continue to progress in large numbers to employment and further education, with 5 students securing places at the universities of Oxford or Cambridge and 4 placed in medicine and veterinary medicine courses. There are also 14 students on degree courses with NHS placements.
This year 52% of grades were A*/A (or equivalent) with 63 students achieving 3 or more A*/A grades (or equivalent) including 11 students who have achieved 3 or more A* (or equivalent) grades. In A Level there are 92% of students achieving A*-C grades and 100% of students achieving a pass in vocational qualifications.
Neil Seaton, Head of School, said: “We are immensely proud of the achievements of all our students. The staff and students have worked tirelessly to prepare for the first formal examinations since 2019 and we are delighted to see our students move onto a variety of positive destinations.” Ruth Platts, Assistant Head in charge of sixth form, said: “Our sixth form curriculum is extensive, including a range of vocational qualifications. We provide excellent advice and guidance to ensure all students progress successfully to university, college, or employment after school.”