A Level Results 2021


Outstanding A Level Results at Becket Keys

A level results day was a day of great celebration at Becket Keys Church of England School with over 120 students and almost 30 members of Becket Keys staff in school. There was all the usual excitement as results were given out and next steps were secured.

Mr Scott-Evans said, “It was an emotional day at the end of a very difficult journey for these students. I am incredibly proud of them all and have thoroughly enjoyed seeing them all today and hearing about the next steps of their educational journey. The grades, which are the best Becket Keys has ever achieved, are a firm recognition of how hard the students worked and applied themselves to their studies over the past two years.”

As with last year’s results, due to disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the grades that students received did not come from end of year exams as would normally be the case. Grades have been awarded through a process of rigorous teacher assessment.

Good weather helped the process today as students, parents and staff were able to talk outside. Some students stayed on site with their friends until almost midday. Others were assisted quickly with University entrance before going off to celebrate their successes.

Mrs Downs (Chair of Governors) said, “It is really pleasing once again to see the overwhelming majority of students gaining their first-choice university - our highest number going to Russell Group Universities so far and another student off to Cambridge again this year.”

In common with all schools in Brentwood, Becket Keys are not announcing our A level results. However, there are many students who have exceeded expectations and secured fantastic grades in their A level subjects. We are sharing some of their success stories here.

Head Boy: Louis Stephen: Cambridge University to study Law. Louis said: “Thank you to all the staff at Becket Keys, everyone who has helped me to achieve what seemed the unachievable through the challenging situations we have faced with our A Levels. As head boy at Becket Keys my experience has been highly rewarding and enjoyable.”

Louis’ A Level Grades: A*A* and A

Head Girl: Lucie Grundy: UEA to study Paramedic Science. Lucie said: “There’s nowhere I’d rather have spent the last two years. Thank you!”

Lucie’s A Level Grades: ABB

Jessica Shadare-Orugboh: University of Birmingham to study Politics and International Relations (with a year abroad). Jessica said: “Thank you to all my teachers for their help and support.”

Jessica’s Grades: AAB

Deputy Head Girl: Katherine Ellery: Anglia Ruskin University to study Primary Education. Katherine said: “I’m really pleased with my results and so thankful to Becket Keys for helping me to achieve these grades!”

Katherine's Grades: BBC

Lola Webb: Exeter University to study Biological Sciences. Lola said: “I am so happy to have achieved the grades to get into my first-choice university! Thank you so much to all my teachers for their support!”

Lola’s Grades: A*A*A*A*

Jack Giddings: Looking for a role as a Junior Broker in London. Jack said: “I am forever thankful for the support Becket Keys have provided across my seven years at the school.”

Jack’s Grades: AAB

Saffron Wilson: University of Southampton to study Fashion Marketing with Management. Saffron said: “I am so pleased that I have achieved the grades to go to my first-choice university. I am so grateful to all the teachers who have supported me every step of the way. Thank you!”

Saffron’s Grades: A*AC

Deputy Head Boy: Andrea Ferranti: Bath University to study Biochemistry (with a Placement). Andrea's Grades: A*AA

Jesuseun Fadahunsi: University of Essex to study Politics and International Relations (Including a placement year). Jesuseun said: “I want to thank all of my wonderfully dedicated teachers at Becket Keys. Thank you for two years at your school. Love to you all!”

Jesuseun’s Grades: BCC

Oliver Wilson: Jaguar Land Rover for a degree level apprenticeship. Oliver said: “I am really pleased that I achieved what I needed for my apprenticeship, and I am really grateful for all my teachers’ advice and support.”

Oliver’s Grades: AAB

Mia Broughton: UEA to study History. Mia said: “I am so happy! I am still in shock actually! I got what I wanted! My hard work paid off and all the tears were worth it!”

Mia’s Grades: ABB

Zoe-Melody Taiwo: Year out travelling America then to Sunderland to study Cosmetic Science. Zoe said: “Thank you for all the support Becket Keys has shown me. May God bless you all.”

Zoe’s Grades: BCC

Toby Booth: Kent University to study Business & Management (with a year in industry). Toby said: "I am very appreciative of the Becket Keys Alumni for being there every step of the way."

Toby's Grades: BDD

Reece Pardoe: Apprenticeship in Classic Car Restoration

Reece's Grades: ABMerit