A-Level and BTEC Results 2022

Cheney School A Level and BTEC results 2022


We are incredibly proud of our Year 13 students, and the results they have achieved this year. They have worked sensibly, steadily and hard over a very unsettled two years, and have got the rewards for their resilience today, despite disruption, and despite not having sat GCSEs in 2020. 


In absolute terms, the results are very good (35% A* and A, 64% A*-B at A Level, and 32% Distinction or Distinction* in BTEC) with some excellent individual performances, but we really want to highlight the fact that our students have successfully completed their Sixth Form studies, and are going on to positive and appropriate next stages, which is as important, if not more so, than any set of grades. The huge majority of our students are moving on to a university of their choice to do a course they have picked, and we are confident that they will all be a credit to themselves, to their universities or places of work, and to Cheney School.


Some individuals of particular note are:

  • Joshua Philpott has a place to study Biochemistry at St Andrew’s, with 6A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Computing, Chemistry, Biology and the Extended Project Qualification.
  • Erin Snape has a place to study Music at the London Guildhall, with 3 A* in Music, Maths and the Extended Project Qualification, and an A in English Literature.
  • Thomas Cox has a place to study Medical and Biological Chemistry at Nottingham with 2 A*s in Maths and Chemistry and an A in Biology.
  • Lara Noronha has a place to study Mathematics at University College London with 2 A*s in Maths and Further Maths, and an A in Chemistry.
  • Millie Grant-Forster has a place to study Classics at the University of Cambridge.