Well done students we are really proud of you all!

I am once again delighted to see the hard work of our Year 13 students rewarded with another set of impressive A Level results here at Easthampstead Park Community School. There has been a lovely atmosphere on results day with all of our students being accepted onto their courses at universities and apprenticeships. Many students also excelled in the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification), setting them up well for further study at university, or the world of work. Our students have made exceptional progress and many have exceeded the challenging targets based on their GCSE results two years ago. Thank you to the many staff who came in to share the good news with students and pass on their personal congratulations.

There are many students who have exceeded their personal expectations and achieved amazing individual results, including:

  • Dan Rose who gained an A* in the Extended Project Qualifications, A grades in Chemistry and Maths and a B grade in Biology.
  • Sunny Sunuwar who gained A grades in Maths and Further Maths and a B grade in Physics.
  • Chloe Norton who gained an A* grade in the Extended Project Qualification, an A grade in Psychology and B grades in Biology and Maths.
  • Amber Matthews who gained Distinction Stars in Dance and Music alongside a B in the Extended Project.
  • Hayley Eastabrook who gained an A* in Fine Art and an A grade in Photography.
  • Jade Peters who gained an A* in Photography and an A grade in Media Studies.

With an outstanding set of results behind them, our Year 13 students now embark upon the next stage in their life journey, some following their dreams studying degrees at university, others taking up prestigious apprenticeships.

  • Dan Rose will be reading Medicine at Southampton University.
  • Sunny Sunuwar will be reading Accounting and Finance at Bath University.
  • Chloe Norton is starting an apprenticeship with KPMG.
  • Leah Hanlon is starting an apprenticeship at Deloitte.
  • Beth Barker has gained an apprenticeship in mental health nursing at Broadmoor Hospital.  


Throughout this year the students have acted as exemplary role models and mentors leaving a legacy of hard work, endeavour, leadership and community spirit for future EPCS6 students; they will be greatly missed.  I would also like to thank the sixth form teachers and tutors who have provided the students with unwavering support and guidance through their two-year sixth form journey.


I wish all of our Year 13 students, on behalf of our whole community, successful and happy futures. Do remember to drop us a line, or come back and visit us in school – I look forward to hearing about your future successes beyond EP.


Mrs L Cook