Pictured: Three images attached. Thomas Alleyne’s High School students celebrate receiving their GCSE and BTEC results.

Thomas Alleyne’s High School students are celebrating receiving their GCSE and BTEC results.

Over 230 students completed academic and vocational qualifications at the school this year.

Julie Rudge, Headteacher of Thomas Alleyne’s High School, said: “I am immensely proud of our students.

“They have earned a strong set of results, which will support them to achieve their future education and career goals.

“Just as important is the fact that our young people have continued to demonstrate resilience and a determination to succeed. Huge thanks go to our staff for their support this year.”

Isabelle Gwynne, 16, achieved 11 GCSEs which included seven grade 9s. She said: “I feel especially happy with my sciences as I want to study medicine.”

Isabelle is going on to sixth form to study four A Levels in biology, chemistry, maths and psychology. Her career ambition is to go into medicine.

Kai Hodges, 16, has studied 10 GCSEs which included gaining two grade 6s, seven grade 5s and two grade 4s as well as a pass in a vocational diploma in IT.

Kai, who is progressing to an apprenticeship in electrical engineering, said: “I have enjoyed the opportunity to work with friends in school and to study in a way that suits my learning style. I have always enjoyed electronics and the opportunity arose to do an apprenticeship.”

Charlie Fairbrother, 16, has completed 11 GCSEs and secured 5 grade 9s, three grade 8s, one grade 7 and two grade 6s.

Charlie said: “I feel chuffed! The teachers at Thomas Alleyne’s have gone above and beyond. I have felt very well supported.”

Charlie, who went to Morocco on a school expedition, is staying on to sixth form to study A Levels in art, English, English Language and history.

Meanwhile, Luke North, 16, has completed 10 GCSEs as well as a vocational qualification achieving seven grade 9s, two grade 8s and a distinction star.

Luke, who aspires to go into a career in medicine, said: “I feel relieved and very happy. I tried my best to get these results. The teachers are very helpful. They were always there to help if needed.”

Luke is going on to sixth form to study A Levels in biology, chemistry and French. He was selected to attend the international Scout Jamboree in South Korea this summer.

Logan Corkin, 16, studied 11 GCSEs, which included gaining a grade 9, three grade 8s, four grade 7s and two grade 6s.

Logan said: “I am still processing my results, but I feel really pleased! I have enjoyed being at Thomas Alleyne’s and felt well supported.”

Logan is looking forward to starting sixth form where he will study A Levels in biology, maths and psychology, as well as the extended project qualification. Logan wants to go into psychiatry.

Victoria Heathcote, 16, studied 10 GCSEs and a BTEC vocational qualification which included achieving three grade 8s, four grade 7s as well as a distinction star.

Victoria, who aspires to become a vet, said: “I feel happy. I have really enjoyed studying the BTEC in animal care and the sciences especially biology.

Victoria is going on to sixth form to study three A Levels in biology, chemistry and physics at sixth form.

Joel Minshall, 16, completed 11 GCSEs and achieved four grade 9s, four grade 8s, two grade 7.

Joel said: “I am pleasantly surprised. The teachers have been so supportive and helpful. I can really see a dramatic grade increase from Year 9 onwards.

“The support outside of lessons was excellent. I’ve had an amazing experience, including attending the international Scout Jamboree, and am really looking forward to joining the sixth form.”

Joel, whose long term ambition is to study engineering at the University of Cambridge, is staying on to study A Levels in chemistry, further maths, maths and physics as well as the extended project qualification.

Martha Bednall, 16, is celebrating after gaining 11 GCSEs including two grade 9s, five grade 8s, and three grade 7s.

Martha, who is going onto sixth form to study A Levels in biology, chemistry, geography and maths, said: “I feel really happy and am pleasantly surprised with my results.”

Calli Hartley, 16, who studied 10 GCSEs and achieved two grade 9s, six grade 8s, and one 7 grade, said: “I feel really pleased and am pleasantly surprised.

Thomas Alleyne’s High School, on Dove Bank, Uttoxeter, is Ofsted graded ‘good’ and part of Uttoxeter Learning Trust and has more than 1,000 students aged 13 to 18.

In addition to providing a wide ranging curriculum, the school has a strong focus on the value and importance of extra-curricular activities that develop students’ interpersonal skills.

The school offers lunchtime and after school activities and trips including music, performance and sport as well as the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

To find out more, visit https://www.thomasalleynes.uk. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @tahschool.

About Uttoxeter Learning Trust

·       Uttoxeter Learning Trust (ULT) is a successful multi academy trust comprising nine schools. They are Thomas Alleyne’s High School, Oldfields Hall Middle School, Windsor Park C.E Middle School, Ryecroft C.E. Middle School, Picknalls First School, Hutchinson Memorial C.E. First School, All Saints C.E. First School, The Richard Clarke First School and Bramshall Meadows First School, which opened in September 2022. All of the schools that have been inspected by Ofsted have been judged as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’.

·       ULT’s mission is to provide an inspiring education for young people that supports them to reach their full potential and become well rounded, successful citizens. ULT’s vision is to grow its family of schools, and pupil and staff community within Uttoxeter and beyond, to provide an outstanding education and become one of the leading multi-academy trusts in the country.  Visit https://www.uttlt.org/