Students at the King’s School, Worcester celebrate another set of tremendous results

Students at the King’s School, Worcester have enjoyed another successful examination season with over 40% of results graded at A*-A, close to 70% graded A*-B and 87% of results graded A*-C.

The thriving Art and Modern Languages departments at King’s performed exceptionally well, with 100% of students receiving the equivalent of A*-A for Pre-U Art and 88% of students receiving A*-B in German, French and Spanish. They are also delighted with the results from the first cohort of Computer Science students where 75% achieved A*-B grades.

Jon Ricketts, Acting Headmaster, praised the students on their achievements:
“This impressive set of results is a real credit to the Sixth Formers and is a result of their dedication and hard work. I am very proud, not only of the academic achievements they have made, but also how they have grown as individuals, developing their own passions, interests and ambitions. Our leavers are now fully prepared as they continue with the next chapter of their lives.”

We are thrilled that Head of School, Sam Martyn-Smith, who is planning to study Bio-Chemistry, achieved an A* in Biology, two A grades in Chemistry and Classics and an A* in his EPQ. Keen hockey player Cerys Preston, who has been representing the Welsh Ladies Hockey team this season achieved two A* grades in Business and PE and an A in Biology and will go onto study Physiotherapy at Birmingham University. Cerys said “I’m so shocked and so very happy. I’m really grateful that the teachers here helped bring out the best in me.”

Twins and King’s First XV rugby players, Tom and George Hale will be celebrating with their family tonight after both obtaining four A*s each. Senior Scholar Tom will now be heading to Cambridge to study Natural Sciences and George is going to University College London to study Economics. George added “I’m really very pleased and now really looking forward. It’s all been a bit emotional. King’s has such a good sense of community and I’ll really miss that.”

Isobel Cree joined The King’s Sixth Form from Dodderhill School. Isobel achieved an impressive two A*s in English Literature and German and an A in French which takes her to Oxford to read Modern Languages.

Five students received confirmed places at Oxford or Cambridge and five received offers to study medicine or veterinary sciences. One student will be joining a much sought-after Unilever degree apprenticeship. Other King’s students will go on to study a wide range of other subjects at leading institutions including Law, English, Geography, Drama and Music to name a few.