Saint Martin’s students achieved the School’s best ever A Level results this August with over half of the girls achieving straight A and A* grades. An impressive 68% of grades were at A and A*, with 89% of grades at A* to B. 100% of students gained grade C and above at A Level.
Head Girl Abbey Rogers is celebrating as she takes up her place to read Medicine at Cardiff University and with others in the Upper Sixth as they prepare to head off to university to read courses ranging from Optometry to Social Anthropology, as far afield as Durham, Bristol and Boulder in Colorado, USA.
Jane Carwithen, Head of Saint Martin’s said “My staff and I congratulate our students who have worked with determination to achieve these excellent results which are very much deserved.”
Emma Wilson is one of the School’s most notable success stories. Despite enduring a punishing medical schedule due to her numerous disabilities, wheelchair bound Emma has gained A grades in English and Psychology and a B grade in Business. She is thrilled to be realising her dream of reading Psychology at the top Russell Group University of Nottingham and has achieved this alongside continuing to be an ambassador for Whizzkidz, the children’s charity who aim to improve the lives of the 70,000 children and young people in the UK who are waiting for a wheelchair that fits their needs. To find out more about the work of Whizzkidz visit www.whizz-kidz.org.uk.