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A Level Results 2022

SVS students once again achieved excellent A Level examination results. Over three quarters of grades were between A* and B and the vast majority of students secured their first choice university.
19 Aug 2022
Written by Will Radford
School News

Once more the students of Sutton Valence School have secured excellent A Level examination results. The return to written examination papers following two years of disruption owing to COVID, saw this year’s cohort secure over three quarters of grades being between A* to B and the vast majority of students securing their first choice university.

Mr James Thomas, Headmaster, comments: ‘I am so impressed with the achievements and A Level results of the students in highly challenging circumstances, and am most grateful to the Sutton Valence School staff and parents who have given wonderful support and guidance to them. We wish this year’s graduates the very best in their future endeavours and trust that they will stay connected with this special community.’

‘It is important that we applaud all students, whether they have secured the top grades available as well as those who have benefitted from the added value of attending Sutton Valence School where support and individual academic and personal progress are at the core of what we do.’

The above photograph includes Charlotte Farrell (left) who achieved A*, A*, A*, A and will be heading to Durham University, Isabel Bruce-Lockhart (middle) who achieved A*, B, B and will be heading to The University of Leeds and Katherine Sawyer (right) who achieved A, B, B and will be off to The University of Liverpool.

Jasper Benson (left) achieved A*, A* A and will be heading to The University of Edinburgh and Pip Hodson (right) achieved A*, A, B and will be heading to The University of Nottingham.

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