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A Level Results 2020

Lingfield College is celebrating the exceptional achievements of the Year 13 A level and BTEC students today as they receive their exam results. A talented year group, we always held high hopes for them and their future prospects. Almost exclusively, every student gained entry to their first choice university so they can now join with those who have been successful with their Apprenticeship and Art Foundation applications in looking forward to the next stage of their education.

Notable successes are: Nina Skrzypczak (Dormansland) who goes on the read PPE at Oxford. Talia Patel (Upper Hartfield) and Uther Cutting (Forest Row) who both gained entry to study Medicine. Kate Joyce (Ashurstwood), who was awarded our top academic prize for 2020, goes on to read Mathematics at Durham alongside Head Boy James Penston (Godstone) who will be reading Physics. Katie Turner (Crawley) also achieved outstanding results and goes on to study Market and Management at Loughborough. Abigail Jackson (Felbridge) flies off to The University of Houston, Texas on a full sports scholarship for her swimming, Georgia Myers (Chaldon) takes up her place at Norland College to train to be a professional nanny.

Our impressive BTEC success rate also continues with students such as Joshua Coates (Hildenborough) achieving Distinctions and Merits across the board. Suzanna Lovell (Oxted) achieved our first Distinction* in Business.

Head of Sixth Form, Alison Folkard said, ‘I am delighted for our students who have gained the success they deserve with the results they have been awarded. It has been a very challenging and complex time for them and I wish them all the very best as they move on to the next chapter in their lives. They have contributed immensely to our school community and coped with the past few months with integrity and resilience.’

Mr Bool, Headmaster, added, ‘I am exceptionally grateful and appreciative to the parents who provided their children with the required support. I am also very proud of our teaching staff whose hard-work and dedication saw them adapting to this year’s unique set of circumstances’.