Exam Results

AS and A Level Results, 2016

At A Level, Headteacher Dan Gee commented, “As a school we are delighted with this year’s A Level and BTEC results.  We are very proud of our students and these results are a reflection of the hard work by both students and staff, along with the support from their families. While we are thrilled with the overall performance of our students, we are particularly happy to see the number of top A*-A grades increase from last year, as well as an increase in the number of students attaining 3 or more A Levels, both at A*-B and A*-E grades. We were also delighted to see our Year 12 students increase the number of A*-B grades at AS Level by an impressive 12% compared to the previous year. We wish our students good luck as they move to University or to the career of their choice.”

Special mentions go to Mitchell Cox & Lauren Fryer who achieved A*, A, B grades at A2 and will now go on to Queen Mary, University of London and Durham university respectively; Jordan Ince who achieved A, A, B grades at A2 to secure a place at the Royal Veterinary College and Chloe Howard (A*, A, B) & Tom Riches (A, A, B) who move on to apprenticeships in Law and Finance respectively.

At BTEC Kerrie Thorn achieved four starred Distinctions  whilst Samantha Lawrence, Jessica Smith and Sophie Thompson all achieved three starred Distinctions. Of those students studying a combination of A Levels and BTECs Zoe Vine achieved an A grade, two B grades and a starred Distinction.

Click here to download a copy of our latest results; A-Level, AS Level and BTEC 2016

 

GCSE  Results, 2016

57% of our Year 11 students achieved 5 or more A*-C grades, with 52% achieving A*-C grades in English and Mathematics. 97% of students achieved 5 or more A*-G grades and there were many outstanding individual achievements. Notable among these were  Rosie Murray who achieved 10 A* grades and a D* in BTEC Business Studies; Tom Bryan who achieved 7A*, 2 A grades, a B grade and a D* in BTEC Business Studies; Amy Lebby who achieved 6 A* grades, 4 A grades and a B grade; Rhianne Mullins who achieved 3 A* grades, 6 A grades and a B grade and Ellie Crocker who achieved 2A* grades, 5 A grades and 3 B grades.

Headteacher, Daniel Gee, commented, “Yet again, there have been some excellent GCSE results for our students. This year’s cohort worked incredibly hard over the course of the last two years and these results reflect their commitment to their studies. Ofsted judged our school to be ‘Good’ in May 2016 and we are delighted that the progress of our students continues in that vein. These results also sit alongside our recent Post-16 results that showed a significant 12% improvement of the top A*-B grades at AS Level.

 Click here to download a copy of our latest results; GCSE 2016

 

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