QEH celebrated strong A-level results, which compared well pre-pandemic statistics.
Twenty five students achieved straight A* / A grades with a number of those being straight A*s. The vast majority of students also gained places at their chosen universities.
Many students chose to undertake the additional Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) alongside their A-level studies and this year’s EPQ results were outstanding. A strong EPQ grade is highly thought of by universities as it is a self-directed qualification, meaning students are responsible for managing their own time and resources. A valuable experience that will help them at university and in the workplace.
Rupert Heathcote, Head of QEH, said: “We are extremely proud of the students and their achievements, both on results day, and throughout their years at QEH. They should rightly celebrate all the hard work they have put in; it was wonderful to see so many delighted students and parents. I would also like to thank the QEH staff for all the support and guidance they have given the students, both inside and outside the classroom.
“I have very much enjoyed getting to know all this cohort during their time at QEH, whether that has been two years or 11, and I sincerely hope they will all stay connected to the school via our Elizabethan Society.”
A sixth form parent said: “I believe attending QEH has significantly improved my daughter’s life. QEH has helped her grow in confidence and character, as well as academically. Teachers and support staff have guided my daughter to develop her true potential.”