16 Aug

  • By wilton

Congratulations to all of our Year 13 students who sat this year’s A Level examinations. These students are the first to sit the new style A Level papers and they have acquitted themselves very well. This year every student sat at least two A levels with the vast majority sitting 3. Every student did EPQ which is the equivalent of an AS Level. Every student has gained the equivalent of at least one full A Level and 20 out of the 21 students gained at least two full A Levels.

Lydia Beesley was the star performer gaining 3 A grades in Maths, Accounts, Business Studies, a B grade in French and an A in her Extended Project. This is an exceptional performance and reward for the hard work she has put into her studies.

Lydia was closely followed by Jack Taylor who achieved A grades in Accounts and French, a B grade in Maths and an A for his extended project. In a year when the exams sat have increased in difficulty these are exceptional performances.

Recognition should also go to Stephanie Smyth who took on the challenge of doing English Language in one year and achieved a grade B she also secured Bs in her Art and French and an A in her extended project.

Congratulations to Ayrton Gardiner for his A* in the Extended project, the only student to do so this year.

Below is a breakdown of the headline results.

A Level

 

Percentage Average number of entries per student

 

Overall A*-E

 

98.1% 2.7

 

Grade C or above

 

72%

 

Grade B or Above

 

45%

 

Grade A

 

14.4%

 

Average Point Score

 

31.9 = to C grade

 

AS Grade

 

 

AS A-E  Grade inc EPQ

 

87.5% 1.5

 

Grade C or Above

 

65.52 %
Grade B or Above

 

40.56 %

 

 

Grade A or above

 

31.2%