27th Jun, 2022

Coventry School Foundation report joy as students receive A-level results

TWO senior schools in the Coventry School Foundation Bablake and King Henry VIII issued A level results to their students based on ‘Teacher Assessed Grades’ today.

Students have done incredibly well and the vast majority are now moving on to excellent university courses or higher level apprenticeships.

A spokesperson from the schools said: “The last 18 months has been an incredible time to work in education.

“Schools and students across the UK haven’t faced this much disruption since World War II.

“We are very proud of all of our students and wish them every success for the future.”

At both schools fourteen students gained 3A* grades or better.

With Dominic Reeves, Harry White, Brendan Liu, Jacob Swales and Talvin Bath from Bablake and Abdullah Abdullah, Sunil Banga, Sarah Brown, Michael Channing, Adrian Er and Sukhdeep Mahil from King Henry VIII achieving 4 A* grades.

The results reflect the hand work and commitment by the students.

The two schools have been working closely together over the last year and will become Bablake and King Henry VIII School next month.

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