A-level results: The Warren School produces a strong set of first results as a stand-alone sixth form
PUBLISHED: 17:51 17 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:12 18 August 2017
The Warren School has produced a set of A-level results in line with the national average in its first year as a stand-alone sixth form.
Headteacher Richard Micek says he is “very pleased” with both the results and the number of students securing university places. 56 per cent of BTEC grades were a distinction.
Rozario Singh, who is going to study business management at Westminster University, said: “The school have been brilliant and they’ve really helped. My subject teachers were fantastic with me and I couldn’t have got into university without them.
“Studying here has made me want to go on and do more and I can’t wait to start studying at university next year.”
Ronald Yiadom, who is going on to study civil engineering, said: “The school pushed us and it’s great to be finished and have our results. My family are proud.”
Benjamin Ocran, who is going to study architecture engineering, said: “The school taught us the value of going to university. Now I can go and follow my dream of becoming an architect.”
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