Exam Results

Record A Level Results 2018

Wren Academy students have achieved excellent A Level results this summer.

30% of all grades attained were A*-A which is the highest percentage ever achieved. Over 80% of all grades were A*-C thanks to the hard work of the students guided by their dedicated and talented teachers.

Anna Fredericks attained 4 A* grades in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and the Level 3 Extended Project and will now be taking a place up at Imperial College London to study Biological Sciences.

Other high achievers include:

Charissa Cheong - Politics (A*), English Literature (A*), History (A)
English Literature at St Catherine’s College, Cambridge
 
Abigail Goodship - Mathematics (A*), Biology (A*), Chemistry (A)
Biological Sciences at Lincoln College, Oxford
 
Joseph Malinsky - Biology (A*), Chemistry (A*), History (A)
Archaeology and Anthropology at Magdalen College, Oxford
 
Mustafa Khan - Mathematics (A*), Physics (A*), Chemistry (A)
Chemical Engineering at Manchester
 
John Hughes - Mathematics (A*), Further Maths (A*), Physics (A)
Mathematics at Warwick
 
Daniel Pambakian - Art and Design (A*), Biology (A*), Mathematics (A)
Architecture at Bath
 
Karim Khan - Politics (A*), English Literature (A), History (A)
English Literature at Christ’s College, Cambridge
 
Avani Shanbhag - Mathematics (A*), Biology (A), Chemistry (A)
Medicine at Bristol

Other students will be studying a range of subjects such as Law, Microbiology, History, Economics and Psychology at a range of universities which includes Edinburgh, Leeds, Exeter, Sheffield and Kings College London.

It is also pleasing that a number of students have gained places on competitive apprenticeships such as Jonathan Turner who will be starting work with Jaguar in September.

The fantastic destinations of our students have been achieved through a structured programme which provides systematic support and guidance for each individual student throughout their time in the Sixth Form

A Level Results 2017

A Level Results 2016

A Level Results 2015