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The Diocese of
Westminster Academy Trust

NBS A Level Results

Headteacher Mr. Linnane said: “I am incredibly proud of our students this year who once again demonstrated resilience and determination to produce outstanding results. They should be proud of what they have achieved and their hard work has indeed paid off.  We are very pleased as so many of our students have achieved their first choice of Universities including the Russell Group. These results demonstrate the outstanding efforts of students, parents and staff and this community should be proud of what they have achieved.  Our students leave our school community as well rounded young adults ready to take on the next chapter of their lives”.

Head Girl, Ellie Corroyer, who achieved A*AA, will be studying Mathematics at Nottingham University. Ellie commented on her success: “As long as you know you’ve done your best and put the hours of hard work in, then you should be happy with the outcomes. Things will always work out in the end".

Eilish Saunders achieved A*A*B will be studying English and French at Queens University, Belfast. Eilish commented “I am delighted with my results and the hard work has definitely been worthwhile as I head off to my first choice University”. 

Aoife Cassidy AAA will be studying Media Communication at Leeds University.  On receipt of her examination results she said: “I would like to thank all the staff at NBS for their support and guidance in helping me achieve these results”. Tonderai Chidawanyika achieved three Distinctions* and will be studying ICT at The Hertfordshire University.   He commented “I am pleased to have secured my first choice university. Thank you to my teachers who have supported and nurtured me since I joined the NBS community”.  

Mr. Laing, the school’s Head of Sixth form, said: “ We are all incredibly proud of our students. They have worked hard throughout their time in the sixth form and the results now speak for themselves.  The students have taken full advantage of all the opportunities made available to them and I wish them the best of luck as they embark on the next exciting phase of their lives. It is clear that the students, staff and parents have worked hard together to ensure each individual reaches their full potential. To see students achieve their worthy grades and get into the first choice university gives me a great sense of pride”.