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Wales High School A-Level Results


Pictured: Elvie Weaver and Asher Greatorex

The students of Wales High School are today celebrating some outstanding achievements in their A level and vocational qualifications. This year is particularly notable, as these students did not have the opportunity to sit formal, external examinations for their GCSEs so, for many, these crucial exams were their first experience of the examination system.

Pictured: Ben Crew, Lucas Wood, Matthew Mayor, Sam Tiler

For example, achieving top grades were Ben Crew (A*,A*,A*,A), Heather Armstrong (A*,A*,A,A), Matthew Mayor (A*,A*,A,A) Rowen Bell (A*,A*,A,A) and Toluwa Owolabi (A*,A*,A,A). Wales also celebrated excellent vocational performance from Mia Finnie (Distinction*, Distinction*), Lily Denton (Distinction*, Distinction*), Amelia Sohail (Distinction*, Distinction*), Macie Young (Distinction*, Distinction*) and Archie Steel (Distinction*, Distinction).

Pictured: Archie Steel and Sam Tomlinson


Pepe Di’Iasio, Headteacher, said, “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially given the extra pressure and stress of these exams being such an unknown to them. Our staff worked tirelessly to ensure that all students received practice and support in the build-up to these momentous tests, but it has been difficult for so many students. At Wales, we celebrate the success of every student in every element of their life – not just academic success – and we hope that the students and their families can celebrate today not only the grades they have achieved but also the person they have become during their time at Wales. We wish them every possible success in the future.”