Superb A Level Results(Posted on 17/08/23)
A level Press Release The Maelor Sixth (At The Maelor School)
Outstanding A Level results reflect students hard work and commitment.
Students at The Maelor School picked up their A level results this morning and their hard work has been reflected in superb grades. Around 40% of all grades awarded were A* or A grades and more than three quarters at A*-C. 100% of students entered for two or more A levels achieved the level 3 threshold (at least two passes).
Director of Sixth Form, Penny Ellwood said “This year group have been an absolute delight to work with, thoroughly dedicated to their studies, enthusiastic about learning and supportive of each other. It’s so pleasing to see them achieving the required grades to move on to their university course of choice or higher apprenticeship.”
Headteacher Simon Ellis commented “It should be remembered that this year group missed out on much of year 10 and 11 due to the covid pandemic. For them to achieve these outstanding results says a lot about their dedication, resilience, and persistence. Whether they were Maelor School pupils from year 7 or those that joined us at 16, they have shown they not only have achieved some superb grades but have developed together those supportive skills that will stay with them throughout their lives.”
Ella Bailey-Rogers – 2A*,2A’s AS-A – will be reading Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Manchester.
Megan Bancroft – 4A*’s AS-A – will be reading Medicine at the University of Birmingham.
Issac Smith – 4A*’s 1A – will be studying Computer Science at the University of Bath.
Emily Roberts – A*,2A, B – will be studying Physics at St Andrews
Ben Evison-Shone A*, 3B – will be studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham
The Maelor Sixth includes students from the Maelor School as well as other nearby secondary schools in Wrexham and Shropshire. Pupils and parents wishing to know more are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org.