A and AS Level Successes

Year 13 Celebrate An Excellent Set of A Level Results!

 High achievers A Level 18 crop

 

Year 13

Congratulations to our Year 13, who have achieved an excellent set of A level results; following on from our best ever in 2017.• 18% of all A Levels were graded A* or A equivalent; the gold standard A* grade was achieved by students in nine subjects, but a special mention must go to our Mathematics students who achieved 7 A*s in Mathematics & 3 A*s in Further Mathematics.

• 62% of all Vocational L3 qualifications were graded Distinction* or Distinction. (Including 100% of Engineering grades awarded Distinction or better.)

• 46% of all L3 courses were graded A*- B equivalent.

• 99% of all A Level entries were graded A*-E.

• 47 students completed the Extended Project Qualification at Level 3, including 4 year 11 students. 31 of these entries were graded A*/A. The EPQ qualification is considered excellent preparation for undergraduate study [requiring in depth research, analysis and presentation of results on a topic of their choice].

It is always difficult to single out individual achievements, but the following students have succeeded in gaining quite remarkable results:

 

A Levels

 

Elleny

A*AB [Travel and Tourism, Psychology, English Language and Literature] Elleny will be reading Psychology at the University of  Nottingham.

 

Nathan

A*AB [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, German] Nathan will be reading Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Warwick.

 

Luke

A*A*AB [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Computer Science & History] Luke will be reading Mathematics at the University of Warwick.

B [Extended Project]

Jake

A*A*AA [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics] Jake will be reading Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, Queens College.

 A* [Extended Project]

Jack

A*AB [Mathematics, Further Mathematics & Economics]. Jack will be undertaking a Tax Consultancy apprenticeship with EY.

 

Rob

A*AC [History, Politics, Biology]. Rob will be reading History at the University of Exeter.

 A [Extended Project]

 Amy

A*AA [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, French]. Amy will be reading Mathematics at the University of Loughborough.

  A* [Extended Project]

Sam

A*A*A [Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry]. Sam will be reading Mathematics at the University of Bath.

 A [Extended Project]

Matthew

 A*A*A*A* [History, Politics, Sociology, General Studies]. Matthew will be reading History at the University of Cambridge, Selwyn College.

A* [Extended Project]

 Louise

 AAA [Mathematics, History, French] Louise will be reading History at a selective Russell Group University.

A* [Extended Project]

 

We wish everyone who is leaving us to pursue the next stage in their education, every possible success at university. To all those entering employment, we wish them health, wealth and happiness as they embark upon what we hope will be a long and fulfilling career.