A Level Results Day 2022

Results at Southmoor Academy Sixth Form, after what has been an extremely challenging two years were exceptional.

Once again, the pass rate at A-level in all subjects is 100%. 

100% pass rate in all vocational subjects

A clear majority of students will be moving on to the first-choice university places.

Across the results there were some outstanding achievements:

Mahima Atkbar – D*/D*/D*

Matthew Alcock – A/A/B

Katie Anderson – AAB

Ellie Carlton – TBC

Ione Conn – AAB

Joseph Gonzalez – A*AA

Milley Scott – D*D*D

Kyle Huthinson – ABBD*

Libby Jobling – AAB

Scarlett Kerr – A*AB

Keeley Lee – A*A*A*

James Mapstone – AAD*

Brodie Pritchard – D*D*D*

Chloe Todd – A*AAB

Alice Ward – A*A*A*A

Chris Watson – A*A*AA

Eleanor Wharton – AAAB

Maddie Wilson–  A*A*A*B

Aaran Yadao – D*AB

Suhaymah Zahraa – A*A*A*A



75% of our students have a confirmed place at University. Of those starting University in September, over 40% are progressing to a Russell Group institution.

Oxbridge – Alice Ward Cambridge – Medicine

Chris Watson Oxford – Biochemistry

Maddie Wilson, Suhaymah Zahraa and Joseph Gonzalez also join Alice in studying medicine (Birmingham/Liverpool/Newcastle)

Molly Walker joins the medics proceeding to clinical careers – having secured a place to study midwifery at Northumbria University and Mya Lo has gained a place to study Speech and Language Therapy.

We are delighted for all our students and their destinations are wider and diverse such as: 

Eleanor Wharton who will be studying Archaeology of Ancient Civilization at Liverpool University, Lucy Crosby who will study Animation at the Northern School or Art and Thomas Bailey studying History at Newcastle.

Other notable highlights – apprenticeships with top companies:

Andrew Brennan has a degree apprenticeship with Bam Nuttal, Olivia Oxman has a PWC Degree Apprenticeship in Manchester and Lewis Anderson has a Higher Apprenticeship with Rolls Royce. A proportion of our students are progressing with applications to the Navy/RAF/Police and Fire Service.

Our Headteacher and Trust CEO Joanne Maw commented:

“We are incredibly proud of the achievements of our Year 13 students; their commitment and resilience has been impressive and they have coped remarkably with multiple periods of disruption to their education since they were in year 11. It’s staggering to think that last time many of them sat formal exams they were in year 6.

None of these achievements would be possible without the help and support from our fantastic team of staff and the continued support of parents and families.

We wish everyone the very best of luck for the future.”