Wycombe High School celebrates A-level success

Wycombe High School is pleased to report outstanding achievements by our students in their A Levels this summer.

This year, following the cancellation of A Level exams nationally, grades were awarded through a process of school assessed grades, determined against a national standard and approved and awarded by the national exam boards.

Headteacher, Sharon Cromie said: “Additionally, at Wycombe High School, students participated in a system of ongoing assessment throughout their A Level courses. This, and the national system, means our students’ A Level grades are based on extensive and robust evidence.

“Our students have looked beyond the pandemic, chased excellence, relished the challenge and achieved what they deserve. They have attended school either virtually or in person throughout this pandemic, always giving their best. Any university or employer will be lucky to have them.

“I am full of admiration for them and sincerely grateful to the staff at Wycombe High School who have unwaveringly supported them. Today’s excellent results reflect the tenacity and ability of these very special young people and excellent staff. In the face of adversity, great things have emerged”.      

The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.

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