A Level Results Success 2018
Congratulations to all our students.
Headteacher Caroline Braggs says:
“We are extremely proud of the achievements of each of our young women and men which have secured them places at their chosen destinations, whether it be at university, internship or work. These successes continue to demonstrate the diverse range of subjects our students are able to pursue. With the launch of two new Applied Courses and a new Fashion and Textile Design A Level from September 2018, our sixth form curriculum will offer students even greater choice”.
Gumley is closing the Engineering gap
We are delighted to witness once again this year, the high percentage of our female students (7%) reading Engineering at University Helping to buck the national trend of women in this sector. Read below to see just some of our students’ amazing accomplishments
· Orla Noonan reading Social Anthropology and Sociology at the University of Manchester, Orla gained 3 A*s in English, Government and Politics and Sociology.
· Katie Costa Welch who achieved 2 A*s in Maths and Further Maths plus an A in Physics, will be studying Engineering at the University of Loughborough.
· Inderpal Gupta joined Gumley in sixth form, gaining 3 As in Economics, Government and Politics and Geography, he will be reading Geography at the University of Birmingham.
· Catriona Cheek reading Chinese Studies at the University of Sheffield, she also gained the highest Distinction level in her Mandarin Cambridge Pre U exam.
· Katie Jones will be reading Architectural Engineering at the University of Sheffield after achieving AAB in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
· Dilwant Gill, another student new to Gumley’s sixth form, will be reading English at the University of Nottingham having gained AAB.
· Eleanor Igboanugo with results of A*BB will be studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath.
· Sabrina Marvulli achieved ABB to read Mathematics at the University of Nottingham
· Elle Ordona also secured ABB and will be reading Mechanical Engineering at the University of Surrey.
· Jennifer Field, reading English and Drama at the University of Sussex, having achieved ABB in addition to securing a high grade in her Extended Project Qualification.
Fine Art Results 100% A*
Many congratulations to all of our Fine Art Students on their accomplishments.
...and there’s more from Law and Languages to Archaeological Studies and Architecture
· Karolina Knutelska reading Law at the University of Sheffield.
· Louise Wroth reading Politics and French at the University of Manchester.
· Eva O’Gorman reading Criminology at the University of Manchester.
· Julia Ostrowska studying HR Management at the University of Northampton.
· Caitlin Steed studying Film and Television at Southampton Solent University.
· Ana Alves Pires reading Modern Languages at UCL
· Monica Yunda-Arevalo reading Classical and Archaeological Studies and Philosophy at the University of Kent.
· Kamara Gutierrez and Jelinda Happi, both studying Architecture at the University of Coventry.
Congratulations also to those of our students embarking on Internships, Art Foundations, Gap Years and Career Starts
· Zayneb Benyoucef, on achieving a paid internship with Sky News. Her passion for global news together with her achievements in project leadership and creating documentaries obviously stood out.
· Paulina Tobola on her Art Foundation placement at Kensington and Chelsea College.