Sixth Form students in Pinner are celebrating in numbers today (August 15) as their impressive A-Level results have been released.
Nower Hill High School and Hayden School have both congratulated their students following their achievements.
Nower Hill’s teenagers (two of whom are pictured above) had 54 per cent of all grades at A* to B and 99 per cent at A to -E.
Over 60 per cent of grades were A* to C for Hayden School students.
Louise Voden, headteacher designate at Nower Hill, said: “We are absolutely delighted with this year’s excellent set of results. The students have worked extremely hard and should feel very proud of themselves, as we certainly are of them.
“Once again almost all of our 200 Year 13 students are successfully moving on to the university, apprenticeship or employment of their choice and we wish them all the very best for the future. As always we would like to congratulate the students and to thank the staff, parents, carers and our governing body for their hard work and support of the school in securing this most impressive achievement.”
Hayden School said on their website: “Students arrived at Haydon School keen to discover their A-Level grades which helped them secure places at the university of their choice today. University remains the preferred choice of our students with 83 per cent of them applying to university both this year and last year.
“Many students performed very well. Not only are we celebrating university placements, but two degree apprenticeships in quantity surveying through Skanska. These are very competitive and the success of students in attaining them is testament to their hard work and employability.
“Other apprenticeships have been secured with British Airways and Sweetcroft Child Care. One young man is off to join the Met Police and two others plan on travelling the world during a gap year. We wish all our students the very best in their next endeavours.”