The vast majority of students will progress to their first choice of university, college or apprenticeship, including three students who have secured places at Oxford and Cambridge and three who are going on to medical school or to study veterinary science.
It was also another strong performance this year in BTEC subjects with 87% of students taking the Sports BTEC gaining a Distinction or Merit grade, 86% gaining a Distinction or Merit in the ICT BTEC and 90% of gaining a Distinction or Merit in the Business BTEC. 56% of all BTEC grades were Distinction* or Distinction.
The Charter School North Dulwich is an inclusive, state funded secondary school recognised as one of the top schools in the country for achievement in sixth form. Executive Headteacher, Christian Hicks said today:
“Our students have shown incredible focus and drive to succeed, and their resilience and work ethic during these past two years is evidenced in these results despite the challenges and disruption to their education.
I am incredibly proud of the results achieved. This is down to the hard work and commitment of the students, teaching staff and the pastoral team, including the work of our Head of Sixth Form, Ms.Fletcher, and the whole sixth form team.”
Our wonderful students are now leaving us for a range of exciting courses,including Isatu Barrie who will be studying Social Work at Northampton, Estella Auger who will be studying Jewellery Design at Birmingham City and Wilf Laurie who will be studying Automotive Engineering at Bristol University of West England.
Samuel Larcombe Tee and Imogen Carter are off to study Natural Sciences and Modern and Medieval Languages respectively at Cambridge, and Scarlett O’Connell is heading to Oxford to study English.
Becca Firman will be studying Medicine at Exeter, Jocelyn Hughes will be studying Medicine at Sheffield and Frank Wicherek will be studying Veterinary Science at Bristol.
Special mentions also go out to the following students who have all made outstanding progress during their time with us. Mya Bradshaw who will be studying Psychology at Durham, Kamil Kaymakci who is going on to study Economics at York and James Kargbo who will be studying Accounting and Finance.
The following students achieved an A* in each of their subjects:
Huge congratulations to all of our Year 13 students on this fantastic performance and we wish them the very best of luck whatever the future holds for them.