Haverfordwest High VC School A level results 2022
Congratulations to all of our students on making it through an incredibly tough two years and achieving excellent results in the first set of external examinations they have ever sat. The resilience they have shown under such challenging conditions is remarkable. They are all exceptional, inspiring and talented young people and we couldn’t be more proud of them.
Our students’ A-Level results are quite remarkable. Many students are continuing their education at their chosen universities covering a range of subjects including Architecture, Chemical and Aerospace Engineering, Paramedic Science, Psychology and Law. Luke Tucker and Ioan Jones-Hughes both gained 4 A* grades. Luke will study Maths and Physics at Bath and Ioan is heading to Jesus College at Oxford University to study Chemistry. 5 pupils impressively achieved 3 A* and 1 A grade - Chardonnay Blair, Klara Czepulkowska, Jake Laugharne, Joshua Morris-King and Lotty Whalley. Jasmine Tjoonk heads to Cardiff University to study Architecture after achieving 2A* and 2 A grades; Aya Ibrahim heads to Swansea University to study Software Engineering after achieving 4 A’s and Euan Sinclair and Ffion Williams both achieved 3 A* grades with Euan travelling for the year and Ffion studying Geography at Exeter University. Deputy Head Prefect Will Lewis has secured an apprenticeship with Sinclair Motor Group after securing 1 A*, 2 As and a B. Grace Hunter and Hannah Pratt have secured fantastic nursing apprenticeships with Hywel Dda Health Board. Many more students achieved excellent results and are pursuing undergraduate courses, apprenticeships, the world of travel and are entering employment.
Our AS learners have also excelled with an outstanding set of results. Sara Llewellyn, James Sinclair and Daniel Tato achieved 4 As. With many more students achieving 3 A grades. Connie Haggar, Alicia Cazarin and Oliver Harries to name a few.
The Headteacher would like to thank all staff and parents for their hard work and commitment in teaching and supporting the students despite the continued challenges of the pandemic. Whatever their destination, we wish our students all the very best for the future and look forward to hearing of their progress in the future.
The students collected their results from the new school as Mrs Jane Harries, Headteacher, received the keys to the new building from Mr Mike Thomas, Project Director at Morgan Sindall on July 29th, two weeks ahead of schedule despite working during a pandemic.
Working with the project team from Pembrokeshire County Council and school staff, Morgan Sindall have produced a superb educational facility for the pupils at Haverfordwest High as part of the Welsh Government Sustainable Communities for Learning Programme. The new-building is certainly impressive and externally boasts extensive sports facilities including playing fields, a WRU 3G standard rugby pitch as well as parking, coach drop-off and a new road access into the existing site off the A40. The project also includes a separate sports and leisure facility, which will be fully available to the school during school hours and members of the public outside school hours.
We look forward to welcoming our pupils to the new school in September and will be providing a date for members of our community to view the excellent facility early in the autumn term.
Mrs. J. Harries