Rossett School have been celebrating the hard work, resilience and resolve that have led to continuing success; our A level and BTEC students once again have achieved excellent results that have enabled them to go on to universities, colleges, apprenticeships, and the wider world of work.
Helen Woodcock, Headteacher said:
The resilience that our students have shown throughout the last two years since the cancellation of their GCSEs has been remarkable. They are all exceptional, inspiring, and talented young people and we could not be more proud of them.
I would like to put on record my thanks to pupils, staff, and parents for what was an exemplary team effort over the two years of preparation for these outcomes – preparation that included learning remotely and, in many cases, overcoming challenging personal circumstances.
Students at Rossett have gone on to leading universities to study subjects as diverse as Medicine, Law, Biomedical Science, Mathematics, English Literature, Architecture, Computer Science, Physiotherapy, Veterinary Science, Psychology, Social Care, Geology, Animation, Art and Music, Film and Television Production.
Deputy Headteacher, Peter Saunders, said:
We were particularly pleased to see parents and students physically in school this year to congratulate them personally on their achievements.
Amongst the outstanding results this year were those of the following students:
- Lewis Ferry, who achieved A*, A*, A*, A (Economics, Mathematics, Further
Mathematics and Physics) and will go on to study Mathematics at Durham
- Zoe Hopkins, who achieved Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction (Science, Business and Sport) and will go on to study Physical Education at Leeds Beckett University
- Dan Jenking who achieved A*, A, A, A (Biology, Chemistry, Spanish and EPQ) and will go on to study Medicine at the University of Manchester