Exam results — and smiles all round!
CONGRATULATIONS to our students who have received their A level and GCSE results. The high quality results are a reflection of both their hard work and the unstinting efforts of their teachers.
At A level, we commend in particular the extraordinary efforts put in by Jordan Rose, Jason Hiorns and Michael Verecyken (who each achieved four A* grades) and Thomas Dixon, Alexander Leggett, Timothy Sharpe, Stefan Sivapatham and Joe Walter (who each achieved three A*s and an A grade). We wish all of our leavers well as they begin their university careers, apprenticeships, employment or gap year and welcome them to our vibrant Old Wilsonian community.
At GCSE, we recognise the hard work all of our students: congratulations to George Lowe who (including short courses) achieved a clean sweep with 11 A* grades, and to Michael Ahearn, Dion Barnaby, William Honeyman, Vatsal Raina and Charles Stuart who all achieved 10.5 A*s.
The newspapers' league tables already suggest that we are once again the second highest-placed state boys' school in the country at A2!
(Photos above from the Daily Telegraph)
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