Teachers at Walthamstow Hall in Sevenoaks were on hand to celebrate with and advise Year 13 students and their parents this morning as they collected their A level and Cambridge Pre-U results. Their success will launch them into an array of competitive University courses, prestigious Higher Level Apprenticeships and stimulating careers.

41% of results were at A* or A grade with 30% of students achieving these highest grades across the board.

This strong set of results has enabled over three quarters of the students to take up their first choice places at Universities, Drama and Art Colleges and on Higher Level Apprenticeships.

Students are setting sail for a wide range of competitive courses and destinations including;

  • Higher Level Apprenticeships at IBM and Deloitte
  • Textile Design at Nottingham Trent
  • Fashion Buying and Brand Management at Ravensbourne
  • Planning and Real Estate at University College London
  • International Business with Agriculture at Cirencester
  • Biological Sciences at Durham
  • Physiotherapy at Cardiff
  • Geography and Economics at Edinburgh
  • International Relations at St Andrews
  • Drama at LAMDA and Bath Spa
  • Chemistry at Warwick
  • Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting
  • Dance at De Montfort
  • Marine Biology at Southampton
  • Natural Sciences at Cambridge
  • Biological Sciences at Oxford

As the students collected their results this morning, Walthamstow Hall’s new Headmistress, Miss Stephanie Ferro said,

“I am so glad that the beginning of my journey at Walthamstow Hall has crossed over with the start of life’s great adventures for this wonderful cohort of young women. We have shared the same school for only two terms, but in that time I have been struck by this group’s tenacity and talents, which are myriad. We wish every leaver contentment and fulfilment as they head off on their individual paths to enjoy travel, University or Higher Level Apprenticeships. I am confident that by continuing to strive to be the very best versions of themselves, their onward voyages of discovery will be very exciting indeed.”

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