Alton College’s star A-level students celebrate their results

Thursday 18th August 2022 12:43 pm
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Alton College student Freya Jones celebrates her A-level results, August 18th 2022.
Freya Jones (Alton College )

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A fantastic set of A-level results for Charlie Morgan has left him feeling over the moon as he looks forward to his next steps after leaving Alton College.

Charlie gained two A*s and an A, as well as a distinction in engineering, meaning he has gained a place at the University of Southampton to study civil engineering.

Charlie, who also took part in the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award during his time at Alton College, said: “I learnt to adapt my learning style due to the difficulties in normal teaching during Covid. I am a much more resilient person following my time at college.

“I’m really pleased with my results and am very happy that I have got into my first choice of university. I can’t wait to start on my next chapter of life.”

Andrew Turner will be heading to Cambridge University to study mathematics after gaining three A*s in mathematics, further mathematics and physics.

Andrew, who went to Woolmer Hill School, said: “The teachers at Alton are really supportive and are able to motivate you to work hard and do well in your subjects.”

Triple A grades for Thomas Brewer in mathematics, biology and chemistry mean that he will be able to attend the University of Leeds to study medicinal chemistry.

Former Harrow Way School pupil Thomas said: “The teaching staff are so supportive and push you to work hard and stay on track. All of the preparation we did also made the exams less stressful, I felt ready for them.”

Delighted Freya Jones was all smiles after achieving three As in law, sociology and the extended project qualification, as well as a distinction in performing arts.

Former Amery Hill School pupil Freya is having a year out and then plans to go to university to study law and criminology.

She said: “Studying a mixed programme worked well for me. The balance against the two heavy A-level subjects enabled me to have the space to work hard on all three as well as complete my EPQ.”

A bright future awaits Dexter Angell, who will be joining Oxford University to study French and beginners’ Portuguese after gaining three A*s in French, biology and geography.

He said: “I have really enjoyed my time here. The teachers have been really supportive and really listen to you.”

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