August 19th / This year’s A-level results are amongst the best we have ever seen at Loreto College.

Students at Loreto College received their A Level results on Thursday. Over two-thirds of the grades they achieved were A*, A or B, and 10% of students achieved A or A* grades in every subject they took.  Mrs Lynch, Headteacher, commented ‘I am delighted for all the students, as these excellent results reflect their consistent hard work and effort throughout the year.  I also thank the staff for the outstanding teaching which has enabled these students to achieve so highly.’

Some of our departing students plan to take a gap year.  A handful are going into employment.  However, the majority are heading off this September to undertake one of the university courses listed below.

Whatever their next move is, we wish all of our students every success, and look forward to seeing them back at Loreto when their A-level certificates are presented in December.

University of Southampton (History and Archaeology)

University of Nottingham (Banking and Finance)

University of Plymouth (Primary, Special Educational Needs)

University of Exeter (Classical Studies)

University of Exeter (Medical Sciences)

Royal Holloway (History)

University of Sussex (Chemistry)

University of Reading (Marketing)

Aston (Marketing)

Nottingham Trent (Education Studies with Psychology)

University of Leicester (Human Geography)

University of Exeter (History)

University of Brighton (Pharmacy)

University of Loughborough (Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying)

University of York (German and Italian Language)

Deferred place at University of Sussex (Sociology)

University of Bournemouth (Accounting and Finance)

University of Nottingham (Geography)

University of Reading (History)

LSE (International Relations and History)

St Marys Twickenham (Sports Rehabilitation)

Royal Holloway (History)

University of Birmingham (English and Classical Literature)

University of Glasgow (Mathematics with Finance)

University of Brighton (Accounting and Finance)

Queen Mary (Human Geography)

University of Essex (Law)

University of Liverpool (Dentistry)

University of Greenwich (Primary Education)

University of East Anglia (Adult Nursing)

University of Leicester (Law)

University of Manchester (Sociology and Criminology)

University of Liverpool (Law)

University of Sheffield (Classical and Historical Archaelogy)

University of Leeds (Geography)

University of Essex (International Business)

University of Reading (History)

St Marys (Physical Education and Sport)

University of Kent (Law)

University of Portsmouth (Sociology with Psychology)

University of Brighton (Events Management)

University of Reading (Geography)

University of Cambridge (English Literature)

University of Sussex (Sociology)

University of Sheffield (History and Philosophy)

University of Bristol (Geography)

University of Sheffield (Genetics)

University of Bournemouth (Psychology)

University of Birmingham (International Relations with Political Science)

Kings College (Religion, Philosophy and Ethics)

Sheffield Hallam University (Public Relations)

University of Hull (Chemistry)

University of Kent (Criminal Justice and Criminology)

West Herts College (Art Foundation)

University of York (History)

University of Middlesex (Dance Studies)

University of York (History)

University of York (Human Geography and Environment)

University of Southampton (History)