Alsager School

A level and BTEC Results.

We are celebrating another year of fantastic A level and BTEC results. Almost 10% of all grades are A*; 18% are grade A demonstrating the exceptional work ethic and commitment shown by the students with the outstanding support from our staff.  More than half of the students achieved at least one high grade of A*-B.  These outstanding results mean that many students have secured places at some of the UK’s top universities or have secured degree level apprenticeships.  

In Spanish and Music 100% of students gained A*-B and in English Language 70% of students entered secured A*-B. 

There were some incredible individual successes with 4 students gaining three A*s.  Zoe Reed was amongst these and will now go to the University of Oxford to study Medicine; Caitlin Painter secured 3A*s and will read Maths at Durham University; Daisy Sawdon achieved 2A*s and 2As and will study Bio Chemistry at Liverpool; Aman Cheema secured a place at the University of Manchester to study Medicine and Annabelle Bennett secured a place at York with 3As. Ben Haworth joined Alsager in Year 12 from Shavington School and has achieved 3A*s and will study Neuro-Science at the University of Leeds.  Ellie Whitehall also secured 3 A*s and will be studying Physics at the University of Birmingham. For some students the path to success has been more challenging but they have demonstrated real resilience.  

The Sixth Form offers over 23 subjects at A level and 5 BTEC subjects, enabling students to go onto study a wide range of subjects.  Finlay Vokes has a place to study International Business at University of Liverpool; Connor Robinson has a place to study Product design at Staffordshire University and Head Boy Jakob Harper has a place to study Drama at the University of Manchester

In the highly competitive apprenticeship field, Dan McLaren has secured a Degree level Apprenticeship at Barclays. 

Head of School, Mrs O’Neill, said: “These are fantastic results and we are proud of all of our students’ achievements.  Their hard work and dedication has paid off and we wish them every success as they embark on their next steps.  The care, support and guidance that the students have had from the staff has been outstanding and I would also like to thank the parents and carers for their continued support.”