A-Level Results 2022
Exceptional Results for a Remarkable Community of Young People
The Year 13 class of 2022 faced many additional challenges in preparation for their BTecs, A-Levels and vocational qualifications. Their GCSEs and Year 11 proms were cancelled, induction days massively adapted and much of Year 12 was spent learning online. On a more personal level, many of them missed key rites of passage: special birthday parties, holidays, driving lessons and university open days. Furthermore, some of them had to battle with personal illness, isolations or the illness of loved ones.
Our Hazeley community knows that how we react to the challenge that defines us, and the class of 2022 responded with the Hazeley 5Cs of character, confidence, creativity, contributing and community.
Despite the doom mongering of the national papers in the week leading up to today Hazeley students gained the highest A level grades of any cohort who have sat exams and a record number of them secured their first-choice university place.
This exceptional group of young people not only gained excellent results they also grew through contributing, organising Hazeley’s remarkable culture day, initiating anti-bullying ambassadors and being part of the first cohort of scholar athletes in the 5D Basketball and Netball Academies. As well as this record numbers of them grew through taking part in school and community volunteering. Also, few will forget the Hazeley’s biggest Year 13 prom!
An important factor in many of these successes has been being part of the 5 Dimensions Trust, with our partner school Shenley Brook End School, working together, raising expectations, sharing best practice and supporting each other.
Some of our highest achievers and their intended destinations are listed below, we have included their primary schools as we know they will be interested to see how their much-loved former students have progressed.
- Toby achieved Distinction* A A, he will be taking on an apprenticeship in accountancy -Two Mile Ash
- Jaydon AAB, he will taking on an apprenticeship at Deloitte -Two Mile Ash
- Hannah A*A*A A, she will be studying Education Studies- Psychology at the University of Durham - Oxley Park Primary
- Alicia AAB, she will be studying English Language and English Literature at the University of Oxford
- Oli A*A A A, he will be studying International History and Politics at Queens Mary, University of London - Oxley Park Primary
- Heather A*A*A B, she will be studying Education Studies at the University of Warwick - St Mary & St Giles C of E Aided Junior School
- Ini AAA, she will be studying Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Warick - Emerson Valley Middle School
- Samit AAA, he will be studying Pharmacy at the University of Birmingham
- Ameer A, Distinction, Distinction, he will be studying Business and Management at the University of Leicester
- Charlotte AAA, she will be studying International Relations and Politics at the University of Sheffield Oxley Park Primary
- Trishna A*A*AA*, she will be studying Computer Science with Industrial experience at the University of Manchester - Orchard School
- Peace A*AA, she will be studying Management (International Business Economics) at the University of Manchester - Christ The Sower
- Haaris A Distinction* Distinction, he will be studying Accounting, Business, Finance and Management at the University of York - St Mary & St Giles C of E Aided Junior School
- Valentina AAAB, she will be studying International Relations and History at the University of Leicester
Many of our students have shown character, confidence and creativity or have contributed extensively to our community, those below have been highlighted by our 6th form team.
- Stephanie will be going on to study Adult Nursing at the University of Bournemouth - St Mary Magdalene RC Combined
- Robert will be going on to study Computer Science at Coventry University - Caroline Haslett Combined
- Nathan will be going on to study Marine Vertebrate Zoology at Bangor University - Emerson Valley Middle School
- Joe will be studying Biological Sciences at the University of Liverpool
Of course, as in any hugely competitive environment some students may disappointed with their grades, and they can expect support from our sixth form team by emailing Mrs Mayles firstname.lastname@example.org, Miss Tyrell email@example.com or Mr Dhanji firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most importantly all our students will all leave Hazeley as better versions of themselves, ready to take on the opportunities and challenges of the next phase of their lives. We are immensely proud of every one of them and hope that they carry on making the 5D Hazeley vision of “growing a vibrant community of exceptional people” a reality, growing into the very best versions of themselves and helping others do the same.