A Level Results

Thursday, 18th August 2022

A Level Results 2022 

Caldew School students received their 2022 A Level results today and we are delighted with the achievements of our students. 

Vicki Jackson, Headteacher, said, “I would like to congratulate all of our students on achieving excellent results this year. The last two years have been incredibly hard for students and this cohort of students were unable to sit GCSE exams in 2020 so this summer’s exams were the first external assessments that they were able to take. This makes their results a tremendous achievement and we are very proud of all our students. They have worked incredibly hard over and have shown a real determination to succeed.”

“I would also like to thank all the teachers and support staff at Caldew School for the hard work and commitment that has helped our students be so successful and to parents and carers who have worked with us in supporting their children. I am very proud to see our Year 13 students progress to the next stage of their lives, whether this be at university, on to an apprenticeship or in to the work place and I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success.”

Mr James, Head of Sixth Form, commented, “It has been a privilege to work with this year group; they were an enthusiastic and hardworking group of students. I wish them every success in the future”

The overwhelming majority of Caldew School’s students will be able to attend their first choice university, and will study courses including the sciences, languages, mathematics, engineering, computing and the arts at some of the country’s top universities.   

Vicki Jackson added, “We are very proud of our Year 13 students and what they have achieved. They have been a wonderful year group who have shown determination, resilience and a great work ethic throughout their time at Caldew School. They fully deserve these excellent results.”

Excellent results were achieved by many including: 

Lily Welton who achieved 4 A* grades in English Language, Media Studies, Religious Studies and EPQ. She will be going to the University of Westminster to study Film

Jane Mieras who achieved 2 A* English Literature and EPQ and 2 grade As in History and Psychology. She will be going to the University of Sheffield to study Psychology

Elliot Blake who achieved A* in Geography, 2 As PE and Core Maths and grade B in Biology. He will be going to the University of Central Lancashire to study Sport and PE

Sean Wilson achieved A* in Maths, 2 As in Further Maths and Physics and B in Chemistry. He will be going to study Maths at the University of Durham.

Charlie Varcoe achieved A* in EPQ, A in Geography and 2 Bs in Maths and Physics. He will be going to the University of Bristol to study Geography

Jessie Hellon achieved Distinction* in Health and Social Care, A in Core Maths and 2 Bs in Law and English Literature. 

Lewis Handley achieved 2 As in Computing and EPQ and 2 Bs in Maths and Physics. 

Emma Kendal achieved grade A in Biology, Distinction* in health and Social care and 2 Bs in core Maths and English Literature.

Holly Davidson achieved 2 As in Biology and EPQ and 2 Bs in English Literature and History. She will be going to the University of Lancaster to study English Literature and Creative Writing

Lauren Shaw achieved 2 grade As in Geography and Law and 2 grade Bs in Psychology and Core Maths. She will be going to the University of Cumbria to study Nursing.

Staff have high expectations for pupils’ and students’ behaviour and learning. Pupils and students behave well in lessons and around the school site. They are polite to each other and look out for others in the school.

Ofsted 2022

Leaders have created a welcoming and supportive environment at this school. Pupils and students achieve well in their learning. They are well prepared for their next steps in education, employment and training.

Ofsted 2022

An effective programme of personal development has been created for pupils in key stages 3 and 4. This prepares pupils well for their future, giving them opportunities to have important discussions about healthy relationships, social and moral issues.

Ofsted 2022

Leaders have made significant progress in improving the school since the previous inspection. They have focused on creating a broad and ambitious curriculum which meets the needs of pupils and students, including those with special educational needs and /or disabilities (SEND).

Ofsted 2022

Pupils including students in the sixth form, are proud to attend Caldew School. They feel well supported, happy and safe in this welcoming community. There are high level of trust and respect between pupils, students and staff.

Ofsted 2022