Wren Sixth Form is among the top 25% in the country
Wren is unashamedly a school sixth form. We recognise that sixth form students expect and deserve much greater levels of freedom and responsibility than was the case when they were in Year 11. It is however important to us to make sure that our sixth formers are known as individuals, and given the support and structure which will help them to succeed at A Level and beyond. The quality of relationships between members of the Academy community is one of the key things that sets Wren apart from other schools.
This year, Wren Academy students have achieved some outstanding A Level resuts after what has been a very difficult two years. I am extremely proud of the resilience and reosurcefulness shown by our students as they coped with the lockdowns and rose to the challenge of a new assessment model. As a result, 53% of the 2020-21 cohort of students have now moved on to Russell Group Universities and 64% to “Top Third” Universities. Although 87% have followed a university route, others have chosen a more vocational pathway, including Film School, Art College, Apprenticeships and employment. All go with our very best wishes for the furture and are valued members of our Alumni.