Our Year 13 pupils are receiving their results this morning, as an unprecedented academic year comes to an end for these pupils who are now moving on to the next stage of their learning journeys.
We are immensely proud of their hard work, resilience, positive attitude and achievements throughout their time at King’s.
Headmaster Dr Hyde said: “I am very proud of this superb group of young people: they have faced turmoil, uncertainty and change over the last few months and have had to be flexible and resilient. Despite the challenges, their achievements have been recognised and this enables them to progress to the next stage of their journey, whether that is their chosen university, apprenticeship or employment.
"The hard work of these students throughout their time at King’s and their achievements not just academically, but across a range of musical, creative and sporting disciplines, will ensure their future success in their chosen fields.”
Many students have achieved exceptional results and are celebrating their success today. Lucy Gosnay, from Wilmslow, achieved an A* in Psychology, an A* in Business, an A in English language and an A* in her EPQ. The grade 7 violinist is now going to study Psychology at the University of York. Long term, Lucy hopes to become a clinical psychologist.
Nico Caplin, from Alderley Edge, achieved an A* in Religious Studies, an A in Politics, an A in Psychology, plus an A* in his EPQ. The 1st XV Rugby player will now head off to the University of Bristol to study a Masters in Psychology with Innovation. Longer term, he hopes to work as a British Army Intelligence Officer.
Timothy Parkinson from Wilmslow achieved an A* in Maths, an A* in Further Maths, an A in Music and an A in Physics. The talented musician is now going on to read Mathematics at Durham University.