​​Esher Sixth Form College is pleased to report a 99.4% pass rate at A Level (68.4% A*-B grades). The proportion of students achieving the highest grades is particularly impressive, especially considering the challenges they faced in learning in the middle of a pandemic.  Students studying BTEC courses also achieved excellent results. An impressive 179 students achieved three or more A Levels at A* or A grade, with 48 students receiving 3 or more A* grades. A full breakdown of results will be available on our website in September.

 Maddy Power, from Hinchley Wood School, achieved a Distinction* in BTEC Art & Design, an A* grade in A Level Media Studies, an A grade in A Level English Language and an A in her Creative Extended Project. She says “I’m delighted with the results I received this morning and I would not have been able to achieve them without the support of Esher Sixth Form College. My time here has been an unforgettable experience and I’m looking forward to exploring further into my areas of study during my GAP year.”
Grace Jansen, from Blenheim High School, achieved 2 A* grades in A Level History (Dictators and Imperialists) and Psychology, an A grade in German and an A* grade in her Extended Project. Grace is off to the University of Bath to study Psychology. She says “I’m over the moon with my results and can’t wait to study Psychology at university. I’m so glad that I came to Esher. It’s been the best experience and I’ve developed so much. All of the support has been amazing and I’d like to thank all of my teachers for helping me achieve my results.”
Syed Ali Arez joined Esher from Sunbury Manor School and achieved 2 B grades for Business and Economics and a C grade in Maths. He is now off to the University of Surrey to study Business Economics. Syed says “I had a fantastic time at Esher and my teachers were great, both during the lock down and time in College. The activities in offer helped me enjoy my time even more. I will thoroughly miss Esher Sixth Form College!”
Daniel Shackleton, who also joined us from Hinchley Wood School, received an A* in Georgraphy, A grades in both Maths and Physics, and a B in his Extended Project. He says “I’m thrilled with my results and I am now looking forward to taking a year out travelling around Singapore, Australia and New Zealand for 8 months before applying to university to study Engineering. I’d like to thank all of my teachers for all of their help and support.”
Amelia Stanfield, from Guildford High, achieved A* grades in both Biology and Maths and an A grade in Chemistry. She says “I am delighted with my results and that I have been accepted to study Medicine at the University of Birmingham in 2023. In the meantime, I’m looking forward to taking a GAP year where I will be working as a nanny before going travelling around Asia.”
Kasie Nicholls, who achieved two A grades in Pyschology and Media Studies, a B in Film Studies and an A in her Extended Project, is off to the University of Nottingham to study Pyschology. She says “I’m very pleased with  my results and I’d particularly like to thank the Psychology department for all of the resources and help they’ve given me whilst I’ve been here.”
Tristan Ward-Smith, from St. Cecilia’s Church of England School, achieved a double distinction in BTEC Film and Television Production and a B grade in Photography. He says “I am going to take a year out to undertake work experience in the Film Industry before going travelling in Asia. I am then hoping to go to UWE in Bristol to study Film Making. I am really pleased that I chose Esher. The adult learning environment and mutual respect between teachers and students created the perfect learning environment for me to succeed in both my studies and sport.”
Bracken Johnston, from St. Paul’s Catholic College, received two C grades in Biology and History (Dictators and Imperialists), and a B grade in Psychology. Bracken says “I’m delighted to have been accepted by the University of Surrey to study Biomedical Science. I have had a great time at Esher and I’m very grateful to my teachers who went the extra mile to help me achieve the grades that I received.”
Callum Gibbons, who joined us from Sunbury Manor School, achieved 2 A grades in Psychology and PE and a C grade in Biology. Callum is going to be starting an Apprenticeship with Dexter’s Estate agents after applying to them at the College’s Apprenticeship Fair. He says “I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Esher. All of my teachers were so friendly and helpful and I really benefitted from their advice and help.”
Dan Hards, the College Principal, said, “I would like to congratulate our students and their teachers on Esher Sixth Form College’s outstanding 2022 examination results. Due to the pandemic, students were unable to take their GCSE examinations in Summer 2020, so for many, these A level and BTEC examinations were the first external assessments they had taken. To achieve such strong examination results in these circumstances is a huge credit to the whole College community. We wish all our students’ success as they move on to their next destination, whether this be higher education, employment, training, or an apprenticeship.”


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