Our Results 2023 - Press Release

The students should be very proud of their achievements, says Principal

Following the publication of this year’s post 16 examination results, Principal Jeremy Single spoke about how pleased and impressed he is with the students’ achievements.  These successes continue to build on Homewood’s excellent results from previous years as the school goes from strength to strength.

“There was a great atmosphere in school this morning as students and staff celebrated another very good set of results for the school’s Sixth Form Centre.  The students have done incredibly well and should be very proud of their achievements, particularly with the tougher grade boundaries that have been imposed this year by Ofqual.  I wish all of our students the very best for the future.”

“I would like to say a big thank you to all of the staff who have worked exceptionally hard to help secure these results for the students.  I would also like to thank parents and carers for their continued support of the school.”

Gavin Mills, Head of Sixth Form, said: “The Sixth Form team and I are delighted with this year’s results and are very proud of the students.  Whilst we know that the majority are now rightly celebrating their successes, we continue to make ourselves available to all of our students to help them with their next steps beyond Homewood.  We urge them to stay in touch and really look forward to hearing about the exciting adventures ahead of them.  Many congratulations to the Class of 2023!”

Among those celebrating both results and university places are Oliver who achieved 3 As and will be going to the University of Newcastle to study Linguistics, Mitexi who achieved A*, A, Distinction* who will be going to BIMM Institute to study Popular Music Performance & Music Business, Jasmine who achieved A*, B, B who will be going to Bath Spa to study Fine Art and Ruby who achieved A, A, B who will be taking a gap year before going to study Drama and Theatre Studies at Royal Holloway.

Other university destinations include: De Montfort, Bournemouth, Kingston, Lincoln, Portsmouth, Reading, Canterbury Christ Church and Liverpool John Moore.  There are also a number of students who have been successful in securing apprenticeships and employment with local and national companies, once again reflecting the diverse nature of different pathways that Homewood students follow.