Updated: Aug 28
Sixth Formers set to take up places at a range of top universities
51% of A Level entries achieve A*-B
Students at The Totteridge Academy are celebrating today as they receive their A Level results and university offers.
With just over half (51%) of entries achieving grades A*-B, and almost a fifth (18%) achieving the top grades A*-A, the Year 13 cohort are now looking forward to taking up their places at their universities of choice.
Amongst those celebrating today are:
Andres Camilo Diaz Rueda, who achieved three A*s and a C, and will be going to Queen Mary University of London to study a Masters in Mathematics.
Naheed Dandool, who achieved A*, A and two Bs, and will be going to Queen Mary University to study Maths, Finance and Accountancy.
Sofia Sobchacki, who achieved A*, A, B, and will be going to Kings College London to study Law.
Cameron Greenley, who achieved two As and a B, and will be taking a Gap Year before deciding his next steps.
Alex Jones, who achieved two As and a B, and will be going to the University of Leeds to study Sociology.
Isabella Muhley, who achieved two As and a B, and will be going to the University of Nottingham to study Law.
Funda Minchev, who achieved an A and two Bs, and will be going to the University of Greenwich to study Economics.
Chris Fairbairn, Principal at The Totteridge Academy, said:
“Congratulations to all our wonderful Sixth Formers who have received their A Level results today. Over the past two years of their studies, they have worked hard to achieve these grades and, with many students taking up places at their universities of choice, their efforts have paid off. Due to the pandemic, this is the first set of external exams this cohort of students have sat and I am proud of the ongoing resilience they have all shown.
“Alongside celebrating our students, I would like to thank staff across the academy for their enduring dedication to our young people and for making TTA such an inspiring place to learn. I wish all of our students the very best as they progress into the next stages of their education and careers.”