EXAM RESULTS: A Level and BTEC Results 2022

Congratulations to our fantastic students who have achieved superb results at A Level and BTEC. We wish you all the best for your exciting futures at university, in apprenticeships and in the workplace

Like soldiers about to face the enemy, they marched collectively towards their exam venues. Pens in hand, focused faces unsure of what to expect. Despite some tears, despite some self-doubt, Year 13 and Year 12 Students embraced the experience of their first examinations and have shown that they, like their not-so-distant predecessors, can do exams and have done themselves, parents and Caludon Castle proud.

While Year 12 learners will now continue on their pathways in Sixth Form, in what has been unprecedented times in education, Year 13 students have secured grades that will permit all to move into the further study or employment that they have been aiming for. Approximately 80% of our students have chosen to access a range of degree programmes in various universities, up and down the country. Others will move on to well-deserved apprenticeships and employment opportunities.  Success rates show an overall 99.7% pass rate and an impressive number of this year group achieved at the highest levels attaining at grades A*-A. In particular, our students have demonstrated superb attainment in many subjects with over 60% top grades in Biology, Psychology, History, Sociology and Art. These results will serve as the springboard for successful and ambitious futures for our young people.

Although all learners are to be commended on the resilience shown that have translated into some phenomenal outcomes, some of our key headliners include Archie Graham who achieved 4 A*, Eva Heffernan with 2 A* and A and Dan Harrison who achieved 1 A* and 4 A grades. All three have accepted places with Cambridge University. Additional to these, Illinca Mates achieved the best possible results in her subjects with D*, A*,A*, Mathusanger Sanga with A,A,A and India Southcott with is off to read Politics and Sociology, at the University of Warwick, having achieved A*, A, A. Jetting off to fulfil her apprenticeship with  Ryanair is Anastacia Harriman who achieved success in Travel and Tourism, Spanish, English and EPQ. Following this trend is Connor Moran and Lewis Mundy are also progressing onto their preferred apprenticeships.   

The headteacher, Ms Kenrick, said “As well as results to be proud of, this has been a record year for students achieving their destinations of choice. We are immensely proud of their hard work and resilience through a less conventional two years of study and all of us at Caludon wish them the best of luck for their next steps.”