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Ulverston Victoria High School Y13 Results 2021

UVHS would like to congratulate all of our students collecting their A Level results today – despite another year of uncertainty and changes to the way in which this cohort has completed its post-16 studies, we hope that all our students are as proud of their achievements as we are.

What we can confirm is that an impressive 83% of our Year 13 students hoping to go to university next year have been accepted into their first-choice university with most others either accepted into their second choice or considering alternative offers.  A significant number of students have also qualified to take up highly sought-after degree apprenticeships with, national and local organisations.

Some of the highlights of this year’s cohort are:

Martha Rand A* A* A* A Cambridge University – Engineering
Reece Travis A* A* A* Kings College London – Medicine
Katie Cullen A* A* A* Edinburgh University – Psychology
Merryn Stangroom A* A* A* Newcastle University – Medicine
Hattie Lee A* A* A* Gap year
Imogen Sutcliffe A* A* A* Gap year
Ronnie Wetherow A* A* A A Durham University – Music
Carina Davies A* A* A Durham University – Chemistry
Lauren Tucker A* A* A Cambridge University – Medicine
Harry O’Donovan A* A* A UCL – Spanish with Latin American Studies
Sam McSherry A* A* A Loughborough University – Physics & 
Theoretical Physics
Vicky Longstaffe A* A* A Leeds University – Accounting & Finance
Oliver Rushton A* A* A Edinburgh University – Computer Science

Matthew Hardwick, Headteacher says –  “The achievement of these results by our students once again feels very different to normal; however, following another roller-coaster year featuring disruption, home-learning and illnesses, this year’s A  Level cohort did manage to complete a rigorous internal formal exam series as well as demanding classroom-based assessment tasks; not only have they worked just as hard as students in previous years, but also their grades will take them just as far. We are very proud of each and every one of them, as they should be of themselves – the resilience that this generation has exhibited is, quite simply, awe-inspiring!”