Ysgol Aberconwy students and staff are celebrating the school’s best ever A Level results: every student successfully gained entry into their choice university and the school’s performance places it in the top 25% of Sixth forms in Wales and England.
Special congratulations go to Ruth Dean [A*, A*, A] who has moved a step closer to achieving her ambition of becoming a Doctor. Ruth will go to the University of Cardiff to study Medicine, following a gap year volunteering with a medical charity in Israel. We are also very proud of Tom Rushton who achieved an amazing 5 A levels [A*, A, A, B, C].
Other outstanding performances were made by Charlotte McNabb [Sport and Exercise Science – Worcester], Miriam Allardyce [Natural Sciences – Durham], Elizabeth Morgan [Maths – Aberystwyth], Shona Roberts [Sport Rehabilitation – Salford], Alex Miller-Smith [Business and Accountancy – University of Manchester] and Luca Hughes [Quanity Surveying – Oxford Brookes]. Special congratulations go to Spencer Ward who will receive a scholarship from Aberystwyth University to study Human Geography.
The school is especially proud to report that all the students who applied to Universities are now looking forward to going on to study a wide variety of exciting degree courses including English and Media, Aerospece Engineering, Civil and |Environmental Engineering, Drama and Theatre studies.
Headteacher Ian Gerrard congratulated all students and staff on their results and wished them all the very best for their future. He stated, “I’m delighted in the achievements of our students this year and I’m encouraged to see that such a wide and varied selection of courses are being followed by our young people across the UK. We wish them well for the future and look forward to hearing of their continued success in the years to come.”