All of Cheney’s staff want to say huge congratulations to our fantastic departing students, to say how proud of them we all are, and to wish them all the best for their next steps.
We are delighted to report an excellent set of results from this summer’s exams, and (more importantly) lots of our Year 13 students going on to their choice of university, apprenticeship or other destinations. It should be remembered that these A Levels were the only public exams that this cohort had done, as they were one of the years affected by the Covid cancellation of exams. It is all the more pleasing that they have done so well, especially in a year where everything is supposed to have gone back to normal, with very few adjustments to take account of disruption to learning.
Overall, including BTEC results, 28% of grades were A or A* and over 80% of A Levels were graded C or higher. There have been some fantastic individual results, including 4 places at Oxford or Cambridge and 4 for medicine. Some of our outstanding results include:
- Faith Woodruffe-Peacock gained 4 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Geography, and has a place at Bristol to study Economics and Maths.
- Tobias Doye gained 4 A* in Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry, together with some exceptional results in Maths Step, to read Maths at Cambridge.
- Junghoon Kim gained 3 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths and Computer Science, and an A in Physics, and has a place at Imperial.
- Shikiba Hazara gained 2 A grades in English Literature and Chemistry and a B in Philosophy and has a place to read Law at Oxford.
- Will Healey gained 3 A* in Maths, Biology and Chemistry and has a place at Sheffield to study Medicine.
- Calum Murray gained A* in Politics and A in History and French, with an A* in the Extended Project Qualification, and has a place to read Human, Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge.
- Grace Kidman gained A* in Biology, Chemistry and Maths and has a place to read Veterinary Science at Cambridge.
- Ruby Crocker gained 3 A* in Biology, History and Geography, together with A in Chemistry and the Extended Project Qualification, and has a place to study Biological Sciences at Durham.
- Sonja Hamed gained 2 Distinction* grades in Applied Science BTEC and a B in A Level Sociology and has a place to study Pharmacy at Reading.
For pictures and Mr Pavey's video message for the class of 2023, read the Oxford Mail's report here.