Published: 10 August 2021
Congratulations to all of our young people
A-Level results day is here and there is plenty to celebrate across Westminster as our young people receive excellent results at our sixth forms and colleges.
Despite the disruption to the school year, students in the city have overcome incredible adversity and have accomplished fantastic achievements.
A full breakdown of the results is not yet available. However, there are plenty of happy students celebrating their A-Level results today.
Cllr Timothy Barnes, Westminster City Council Cabinet Member for Young People and Learning, said:
“I’m extremely proud of our students in Westminster who have gone through another challenging and disruptive year of education.
“Despite the obstacles faced, they have excelled in their results at our excellent Westminster school sixth forms and colleges. It’s fantastic to hear all the wonderful success stories and top grades students have achieved. I wish our young people the best of luck in their next chapter, whether that be a new job, studying at university, apprenticeship or work-training programme.”
Marylebone Boys' School’s new mixed sixth form received their first A-Level results today with 85% of grades awarded A*- C.
Student Li Hui obtained 2 A*s in Maths and Chemistry and an A in Economics. He will be studying economics at UCL. Michael obtained an A* in Psychology an A in Biology and a B in History and will be going on to study Industrial Economics at the University of Nottingham.
Headteacher, Richard Ardron, said:
“I am delighted to see such fantastic results from our sixth form students, especially as this is our first ever set of A Level results. Our Sixth Form students have faced many difficult circumstances over the last two years but they have persevered and done us proud. Well done to all of them and I wish them the best for their next chapter."
Westminster City School are celebrating 85% of their students being awarded A*-C today. Jason was awarded A*A*A* in his A-Levels and will be studying physics at Imperial College London, he said: "It will be a challenge to leave Westminster City School, as I have been here since Year 7, but I am looking forward to starting my studies at such a great university.”
Harris Westminster Sixth Form have 23 students going to medical school this year along with two students from Harris Academy St John's Wood.
A huge congratulations to everyone on their fantastic results and good luck for the future.