Congratulations to all our Sixth Formers who did so well in their A Level and BTEC qualifications. Here's what some of them are planning next:
David Barry is going to study medicine at Leicester after gaining A grades in biology, chemistry and psychology A Levels, plus a B in Spanish.
David Dallamore was awarded three distinctions in his IT and eBusiness qualifications. Now he wants to become a computer trouble-shooter.
Sian Doherty is planning to work in Australia for six months before going to university with distinctions in Health and Social Care, IT and travel and tourism.
Brendan Farrell will study biochemistry at Oxford after gaining A* grades in biology, chemistry and maths plus an A in French and a B in science AS.
William Grisley is going to Lancaster University to read law after attaining an A* in geography and A grades in English literature, sociology and his extended project, plus a B in history.
Joe Hadden was celebrating his incredible results with A*s in biology, chemistry, maths and physics, an A in AS science and a B in German. He is now going to Durham to study chemistry.
Rebekah Hadley is studying dentristry at Barts in London after achieving A grades in biology, chemistry, English and psychology, plus a B in AS science and a distinction in eBusiness.
Charles Healey is due to study architecture at Leicester de Montfort with his distinctions in art and design, IT and BTEC sport. He said: ‘I found it hard towards the end but I absolutely loved doing my courses, especially the art and design as I had quite a passion for that.’
Tom Hoier will study chemical engineering at Pembroke College, Cambridge after attaining A* grades in maths, further maths, chemistry and physics plus an A in German. He said: ‘I am one of those people who has an aptitude for these things but do have to work quite hard. These results show the merits of hard work and commitment.’
Paul McHutchison got A*s in geography and his extended project plus A grades in German and sociology which means he is now going to Warwick University to study German.
Luke McIntyre worked for four distinctions in eBusiness, music technology and double IT. He will now study creative music technology at Canterbury’s Christ Church University.
Katie Melvin wants to become a clinical psychologist and is going on to study at Loughborough. She is celebrating her A* in psychology plus A grades in philosophy and ethics, also in her psychology extended project and a distinction in art and design.
Danielle Mobbs is now planning to develop her own photography business and she is celebrating B grades in art, art photography and English literature, plus a C in French.
Naomi Palmer had double reason to celebrate as she got her results on her 18th birthday. She is planning to study events management at Manchester University after being given distinctions in health and social care, IT and travel and tourism.
Joe Perkins has secured at place at Nottingham to study biological and medical chemistry with his As in biology, chemistry and physics and a C in maths. He wants to practice medicine eventually.
Amber Powell got A grades in biology, English literature, French and geography and is now going to study English at Loughborough.
Luke Saville will read archaeology and anthropology at Cambridge after gaining A* grades in history and sociology, As in English and his extended project, plus a B in philosophy and ethics.
Rebecca Sims was awarded three distinctions in double eBusiness and IT and will now study computer security at de Montfort in Leicester.
Amy Smith is going to Keele University to study medicine with her A* economics plus As in biology and chemistry.