Sturminster High School’s A level students show ‘incredible grit’


‘Congratulations to all SNHS students on their very impressive A level and BTEC results today.’ a spokesperson for SNHS told The BV ‘These students in particular have worked extremely hard over the last two years, and suffered endless disruption due to the pandemic and school closure – their GCSE exams were cancelled and school closures and online learning have been a feature of their post-16 studies. They have shown incredible grit, determination and resilience in their studies over the last two years and their hard work has definitely been rewarded in these great results. Well done and congratulations to them all for their hard work and perseverance. And many thanks to all the teachers and parents who have worked so hard to support them through some challenging times.
‘All students have done extremely well and unfortunately we cannot mention everyone, but particular congratulations to:

Kalib Collins (AA A) Ella Case (ABB) Jack Tickner (AAAB) Ethan Bloy (AAAB) Holly Strange (ABC) James Kley (2 Distinctions in BTEC, and a B) Tamara Mruk (D BTEC)
Ann Louise Davies (D BTEC)
Steffi Dobrikova (D BTEC)
Charlotte Bartlett (D BTEC)
Anne-Louise Davies gained distinction levels in Health & Social Care, and achieved a merit in Creative Digital Media Production, having returned to study two additional full BTEC courses in a year.

Next steps
‘Our departing class of 2022 now looks forward to a wide range of next steps. Onward destinations include undergraduate study at UWE Bristol (Geography), Edge Hill University (Education Psychology), Southampton University (Physics), Swansea University (Criminology and Psychology), University of London Institute in Paris (International Politics), University of Durham (History), Queens Mary London (Engineering with Foundation). Some pupils are now headed for employment with the armed forces, one is going to join KOROUTINE LTD on a Degree Apprenticeship and various other apprenticeships will be started. There is also a wide range of exciting gap year travel itineraries.
‘The teaching and support staff of Sturminster Newton High School would like to wish every student the best of luck as they progress to their next step and congratulate them on these impressive and well-earned results.
A job well done.’


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