Louis Vowden is overjoyed upon receiving his AA*A in English Language & Literature, French and Media Studies respectively. He is planning a gap year, and is thankful to all his teachers, who he says were ‘extremely supportive and helpful…showing genuine care, and providing individual help to students.”
Jakub Kaflowski is similarly ecstatic with his A*AB in Physics, Maths and Chemistry. His proudest moment at WMSF was winning the Gold Certificate for the UKMT Maths Challenge. He was introduced to fibonacci sequences during a Maths enrichment class, which inspired him to try even harder in his Maths studies. He is going on to do Civil Engineering at the University of Bristol. He advises new students to “remember to enjoy the journey!”
Kesha Crosbie is another success story, achieving D*D* in BTEC Health & Social Care, and A in Criminology. She plans to study Mental Health Nursing at King’s College London. She expresses appreciation for the “independence that William Morris Sixth Form gives its students”, and advises new students to “stay on top of your work, and focus on achieving the grades you want.”
Chad Pierre achieved D*D in BTEC Business and a Pass grade in CTEC IT. He plans to do a Business apprenticeship, and aspires to be a football agent in the future. He is particularly proud of getting a D* after three long [Covid] years. He advises new students to “make lots of friends, have fun, work hard!”
Areesha Siddiqui achieved DD in BTEC Health & Social Care and C in Criminology. Whilst studying hard, she also found time to get fully involved in WMSF life and activities, being an active Students’ Union member. She is heading off to Westminster University to study Psychology with Counselling, and wants to work in the mental health sector in the future.