Luckley students are set and ready for anything!

Armed with excellent A Level grades, skills, confidence and enthusiasm, the Luckley class of 2017 are taking on courses in Engineering, Physics, Psychology, Nursing and Art, to name just a few. With a 100% pass rate, we are proud of the achievements of every student.

 

Amongst the happy students collecting their results today:

Eleanor B secured her first choice university place at Exeter to study Physics.

Alice T (on the right, pictured with older sister and former Luckley student Kate) secured her first choice university, Warwick, to study Philosophy.

Lauren C is heading to Warwick University to study Psychology.

Head student, Alice J is thrilled with her results and is taking a year out to work at St Neot’s preparatory school. Alice is looking forward to successful applications to study Nursing.

Ross B, one of our first intake of boys into the Sixth Form when we moved to coeducation in 2015, was delighted to take up his unconditional offer of a place at Plymouth University to study Business Management.

Sophie C is excited  to have achieved her first choice of Bristol University, studying Engineering and Mathematics.

Jessica V has secured a place at Swansea University studying Egyptology and Classical Civilisation and will be joined by Isvana DS-E, who will be studying Law.

Other exciting destinations include:

  • Susana B is going to Southampton University to study Politics and International Relations.
  • Becky S will study Midwifery at Surrey University.
  • Boris C is going to Bristol University to study Engineering.
  • Boris N will study Chinese History at the University of Edinburgh.

Head, Jane Tudor says:

“Success has been achieved through dedication and hard work on the part of students and teachers alike. With successful university applications being the result of focused careers advice and expert UCAS guidance, these students are embarking on the next stage of their education confident in their choices and ready to build on their considerable A Level achievements.“