A Level Results 2022
As schools were again impacted by COVID absences throughout the year local schools agreed not to publicise their results as was the case in 2020 and 2021. Our 2019 results are in the Sixth Form Prospectus and we are pleased to report that the 2022 results were better than those. Sixth Form Prospectus
Our students celebrated in huge numbers following receipt of their A level results. Eight students – Emily Anthony, Joe Carter, Hannah Cole, Rose Gawthorpe, Luke Hazeltine, Lola Roberts, Jacob Roberts and Steph Saunders – achieved a clean sweep of A* grades, three of whom are off to Oxford and Cambridge universities to study medicine (2) and Maths. Other significant performers included Freya Skinner-Smith (A*AA) doing Veterinary Science at Liverpool University, Alex Smaller (AAA) becoming the first student from Sheldon to progress to Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts where he will study Sound Technology, and Arthur Culshaw (BBB) beginning a highly sought-after software engineer apprenticeship with Lockheed Martin.
Headteacher, Neil Spurdell, was absolutely thrilled. “We are delighted with the results at all levels. Clearly, we have a number of high flyers who have done tremendously well, but all students have worked incredibly hard and I am so pleased that they have been rewarded with excellent individual results. Having not sat formal examinations before, they should be especially proud of their achievements, and we wish them well in the next stages of their lives. I would also like to pay tribute to the immense effort of all of our staff here who have supported them to this point and it was lovely to see so many happy faces – students, staff and parents – this morning.”