A-level results: New Woodbridge High School headteacher extremely proud of students
PUBLISHED: 11:02 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:11 16 August 2018
Woodbridge High School
The new headteacher at Woodbridge High School is incredibly proud of the amazing results that students have achieved.
The newly appointed Woodbridge High School headteacher was extremely proud of his students after the sixth form saw an increase in the number of students achieving A* and A grades.
Andrew Beaumont has been headteacher at Woodbridge for the last 15 years, but Steven Hogan will now take over the role after Mr Beaumont has decided to retire.
Speaking of his appointment and of the school’s A-level results Mr Hogan said: “It is with much pride that I take over from Andrew Beaumont at Woodbridge, having been Deputy Headteacher since 2013.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Andrew for his service to the school over the last 15 years. We wish him well in his retirement.
“Thanks to Andrew’s leadership, the school has a strong history of excellent exam results at GCSE and A Level and of service to the community of Woodford Green.
This year’s A Level results have been achieved through the hard work of our students and teachers and our congratulations go to all of them.
“As always, our students have worked extremely hard to achieve excellent A Level grades across a wide range of subjects. In many cases, students have achieved grades that will enable them to go on to study their chosen courses at universities across the country. This is a very exciting time for them and their families.
“We have seen an increase this year in the percentage of our students gaining A* and A grades in their A Levels, which is particularly pleasing. First and foremost, however, today is about celebrating the results of each of our individual students.
“We wish them very well indeed as they embark on the next stage of their lives.”
Some outstanding results from the school included the below students who achieved two or more A* or A grades.
• Leona May – A* In English Literature, A* in French, A* in Psychology.
• Letitia Leong – A* in Economics, A* in Psychology, A in Russian, A in Biology
• Amy Hume – A* in Psychology, A* in Biology, A in History
• Ella Wicks – A* in Psychology, A in History, B in English Literature
• Edward Bridge – A* in Maths, A in Russian, C in Physics
• Jack Tuominen – A* in Geography, A in History, C in Economics
• Tamas Bodo – A in Biology, A in Maths, B in Chemistry
• Ella Davis – A in Maths, A in History, B in English Literature
• Rhys Elmi – A in Maths, A in ICT, B in Business
• Jamie Guymer – A in Maths, A in Business, B in Economics, C in English Language
• Annie Wood – A in English Literature, A in English Language, B in Drama
• Dexter Morris – A in Psychology, A in English Languages, C in Drama
• Daisy Malbon – A in Economics, A in Psychology, C in Maths
• Helena Braithwaite – A in Drama, A in English Literature, A in Media, B in History
Other students that the school said they were incredibly proud of for their achievements were:
• Rayhan Chowdhury – Triple Distinction* in BTEC Business Extended Diploma
• Klaudija Klimviciute – Triple Distinction* in BTEC Business Extended Diploma
• Maija Rolfe - Triple Distinction* in BTEC Business Extended Diploma
• Kamile Tkaciova - Triple Distinction* in BTEC Business Extended Diploma
• Samuel Watkins - Triple Distinction* in BTEC Business Extended Diploma
• Marwa J’Bari – Triple Distinction* in Cambridge Technical Health & Social Care Extended Diploma
• Gamze Yuka -- Triple Distinction* in Cambridge Technical Health & Social Care Extended Diploma