Celebrating A-level Results at Quinton House School

Sixth Form students from Quinton House School are celebrating their A-level results today. Grades in Mathematics were particularly outstanding with Joseph Skipper, of Dallington in Northampton, gaining an A* and 100% in his Mechanics module. Joseph will be joined by Jim Warren, who achieved A,B,B in progressing to study Mechanical Engineering at Nottingham University whilst top performer Luc Murphy – who achieved an A, A, B – will study International Management and German at the University of Bath.

At Quinton House School, it isn’t just about academic success. Students are offered extra-curricular activities in a wide range of areas, including Sport, Music and Drama. Students recently returned from the World Challenge Expedition to Nepal whilst one Year 10 student, Cleo Martin-Evans, represented England at Athletics this summer having won the English Schools Long Jump gold medal.

Tim Hoyle, Headmaster of Quinton House School, said, “We are very proud of our students’ achievements and it is a pleasure to celebrate with them today after all their hard work. We are delighted to hear that so many students have secured places at their first-choice universities. We wish them every success in their continued studies and future careers.”

 

Share

Quinton House School