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Churchill Academy & Sixth Form

A Level Results 2022

Staff at Churchill Academy & Sixth Form are very proud of the achievements of our students, as the hard work they have put in to secure the grades they deserve has paid off.  

We ensure our students are equipped for life after Churchill, and over the past few years, this has been more important than ever. The kindness, curiosity and determination this cohort has shown under the conditions of the past few years is simply remarkable; it is this that has enabled so many of them to reach aspirational destinations as they leave the Sixth Form. 

Sarah Browne achieved 3 A* and 1 A and will be going on to study Chemistry at New College, Oxford. “I was really nervous about receiving my results but I’m so happy with them,” Sarah said. 

James Deacon also achieved 3 A* and will be studying Economics at Bath and Cameron Leggett, who secured his place at Balliol College, Oxford to study Engineering achieved 2 A* and 2As. 

Congratulations also go to Amy Bunce, Megan Buncher, Poppy Giles, Kristopher Hooper, Sophie Manning, Connie Rawlins, Isla Skudder, Penelope Styring, Josephine Tylor, Lauren Tyrrell and Leon Windett who all achieved three A or A* grades in their A Levels. 

The vast majority of Churchill students have been successful in gaining places at their chosen destinations. Students will be studying a wide range of university courses including Architecture, Politics and International Relations, Optometry, Biomedical Sciences, Property Development, Music and Sound Recording, Songwriting and Teaching. 

Many students have also taken up high-quality apprenticeships and other training opportunities, whilst others are planning gap years to broaden and build their experience before taking their next steps. 

Headteacher, Chris Hildrew said, “after all the uncertainty of the past few years, I’m delighted that our Sixth Form students have done so well in their exams. They weren’t able to take GCSEs in 2020, so for many of them these were the first external assessments they have taken. They have achieved some spectacular results - but they are more than a set of grades. They are exceptional, inspiring, and talented young people and we couldn't be prouder of them.” 

We’re pleased to see excellent results in English Literature, Geography, Economics as well as our Art, Design and Technology courses demonstrating the breadth of the curriculum on offer at Churchill.