15th August 2019 The Kingsley School

Bright and Varied Futures for Kingsley Girls

Kingsley girls, their parents and staff are celebrating fantastic results and outstanding personal achievements that have secured a diverse range of choice destinations for their leavers this year.

The Kingsley School Sixth Form has excelled, with a third of all grades A* -As, two thirds of grades A*-B and 82% A*-C. Exceptional performances were in mathematics, the sciences, business studies, geography, art and music, with top marks gained in economics, psychology, health and social care, IT and sport.

Many girls have secured places at their first choice universities, with the remainder gaining places at their second choice destination or opting for gap year opportunities. Amongst the excellent destinations are:

Head Girl Katie Neal, studying Music at University of Leeds
Head Girl Chloe Esom, studying Zoology at University of Exeter
Sophie Hawthorn, studying Business, Economics and Finance at Loughborough University
Heather Burton, studying Business Management at University of Exeter
Lucy Channing, studying Law at Liverpool University
Molly King, studying Law at Birmingham University
Matilda Dumas, studying Conservation and Forestry at Bangor University
Anya Sanders, who is training to be a Norland Nanny
Hollie Russell, who has gained a pharmacy apprenticeship
Millie Hatton and Mia Clarke, who gained a run of Distinction Stars in their Cambridge Technicals, are still considering the many options available to them.


Head Teacher, Ms Heather Owens, says: “Our aim is for our leavers to be strong independent young women who have good character and confidence – these are just as important today as qualifications. We are as proud as ever of our excellent results so I am thrilled with our girls and their successes today – they are all now on their varied pathways to achieving their life goals and fulfilling futures thanks to their hard work and the whole staff team at Kingsley.”