Examination Results


Selorm Dzah celebrated some outstanding results today and both he and his family were over the moon to receive confirmation this morning that he had secured his place at the University of Exeter to study Medicine. Selorm is an excellent example of the attitude and dedication required to achieve at the highest level and has agreed to keep in contact with SCWA to inspire future budding medics. He collected the following results today: Biology (A), Chemistry (A), Psychology (A*).


Other notable individual achievements include:

Shannon Austin: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (DDM) – King’s College London (Nursing) 

Molly-Rose Heselden: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – Worcester University  (Paramedic Science) 

Bailey Jones: A – Art (Photography) (B), A – Business Studies (B), A – D&T (Product Design) (B), – Ravensbourne (Motion Graphics)

Christoffer Kachelhoffer: A – Chemistry (B), A – Mathematics (A*), A – Physics (B) – Brunel University (Civil Engineering)

Grace Laverick: A – Art & Design (B), A – Physical Education (A), A – Psychology (C) – Canterbury Christ Church University (Sports Psychology)

 Megan Nunn: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D*) – St George’s (Paramedic Science)

Becky Owen: BTEC Extended Diploma – Health & Social Care (D*D*D) – University of Greenwich (Paramedic Science)

Rayan Saadi: A – Biology (B), A – Chemistry (B), A – French (A*), A – Mathematics (A) – King’s College London (Biomedical Science)

 Lauren Samwell: A – Art & Design (A), A – English Literature (C), A – Film Studies (A) – University for the Creative Arts (Design for Theatre)  

Joseph Nash: A – Media (C), A – English (B), A – History (C) – University of Exeter (Law)



Click here to access details of our Post 16 outcomes via the Schools and Colleges Performance Tables