Sixth Form Results 2021
Royal Greenwich Trust School is delighted to celebrate achievements by its students in their A levels and Level 3 BTEC qualifications this summer, displaying their resilience and hard work in the face of the challenges posed by the pandemic during their sixth form studies.
Royal Greenwich Trust School, based in the heart of Greenwich, has continued the upward trajectory of results seeing 76% of students already accepted into university and with 9% awaiting final confirmation of offers. The remainder of the cohort have either secured an apprenticeship or are going straight into employment.
Year 13 Student celebrate excellent results in A-level and BTEC Level 3 courses
Of the many successes to celebrate, the following students are to be congratulated on achieving the highest possible grade (Distinction*) in their L3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering: Samir, Lekan, Amira, Eldean, Alex, Ahmed, Imran, Denzel, Kudzashe and John.
John achieved Distinction* grade in BTEC Level 3 Engineering
John is in the luxurious position of being spoilt for choice around his next steps having an offer of a scholarship to further his football career, an apprenticeship with Mercedes or a university place studying Aerospace Engineering.
“I’m glad I went to this RGTS as it has allowed me to get the best possible grade I could. I will miss this school.”
Additionally, Victor and Malcolm also achieved the highest Distinction* grade in BTEC Extended Diploma in Information Technology.
Hayfaa achieved A*AA grades in A-levels
Of the students following A level courses, Hayfaa achieved A*AA and will be going on to study Maths, Statistics and Financial Economics at UST partner university Queen Mary, University of London.
“I would like to say my grades would not have been possible without the support of my tutors and subject teachers. Their consistent efforts of working above and beyond, makes the saying ‘thank you!’ never enough for everything they have done to support me”
Ben achieved A*AA grades in A-levels
Ben was awarded A*AA and has secured an apprenticeship degree with international auditors KPMG in Canary Wharf.
“This great school and the support I’ve received is unforgettable and allowed me to achieve my goal. Thanks, RGTS!”
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards.
Caroline Longhurst, Headteacher said:
"We are immensely proud of all the achievements of our Year 13 students this year. It was a pleasure to see them in school to collect their results, share in their excitement and for them to tell us their future plans. They have worked extremely hard, especially given the challenging circumstances of the past year or so.
It is fantastic to know that they all have next steps in place in terms of their education or employment with many of them going on to study at university, including our partner institutions. We wish them all well for the future and look forward to seeing what they will achieve.
My thanks to our staff who have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto their chosen pathways and to parents for all their support."
The Royal Greenwich Trust School has recently opened a brand-new wing which has meant the addition of dedicated sixth from study areas within the Sixth Form Centre, state of the art classrooms, a four-court sports hall, lecture theatre and a multi-use atrium.
Enrolment for September 2021 commences on Thursday 12th August. Further details are available here.