OUTSTANDING Commonweal students have shed light into life on working from home.

Felipe Tcach is planning on heading to the University of Manchester to study Physics and Theoretical Physics after securing all A*'s in Maths, Physics, Further Maths and Spanish.

Speaking about the element of working from home, Felipe, 18, said: "It was actually quite hard, studying at home is more difficult to concentrate because there were more distractions.

"Commonweal was a really good community, I'll miss all my friends.

"All the teachers were really supportive."

Felipe finished his results day by starting his shift at Los Gatos.

Olivia Harrison, 18, is deferring a year before heading off to Bristol University to study Politics with Sociology after getting an A and two A*'s in Psychology, Sociology and Government and Politics.

Speaking about her time, she said: "It's been quite hard because I made the decision to work from home.

"It was a bit weird not being in the lessons, but it was still nice to talk to people

"I loved sixth form so much, all my teachers were so understanding and did everything they could do to help me.

"I couldn't have done it without them."