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Celebrating A-Level & Vocational Achievements

Students collecting A-level results

We are delighted by the A-level and Vocational results published this morning, Thursday 13th August. Students have experienced an unprecedented and unique situation. It is important to remember that these results represent seven years hard work. Our students have worked incredibly hard to secure excellent grades that will enable them to move to their next steps.

We have responded to the last minute announcement by the Government and the introduction of the ‘triple lock’ where students can secure the best grade from the Ofqual moderator grade, Mock PPE grades or an optional examination in the Advent term. Over the next few days we will be working behind the scenes to ensure that where Ofqual moderated grades do not reflect the student’s real achievement we can use the appeals process to claim Mock/PPE grades. At St Paul’s we have a robust and rigorous PPE/Mock system and we are confident that it will meet Ofqual requirements once they are published. We will work timelessly to do our very best for our students.

Congratulations to every individual who has secured grades today. We are delighted by their achievements.

We are particularly impressed by:

James Brady, who has gained A*A*A*A* and is going to Manchester to study Physics and Astrophysics.

Sarafina Otis, who received A*A*A*A* and is going to study Medicine at Oxford.

Anna Parkin, who achieved A*A*A*A*A* and will be studying Chemistry at York.

Rosie Johnston, who gained A*A*A and is going to Birmingham to study Political Science and Sociology.

Isobel Richardson, who has gained A*A*A* and is going to study Spanish with Russian at Oxford.

Jake Mussen, who gained A*A*A*A* and will be going to Edinburgh to study Maths.

Willow Arlett, who is going to Leeds to study Graphic and Communication Design having achieved A*A*A*A*.

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