Our wonderful students entered for Advanced level (A2) examinations this summer have again done themselves proud with an A* to E rate of 99%. 72% of all results were obtained at grade C or higher, with 45% at A*, A or a B, and 19% of entries at grades A* and A.
Amongst the many student successes, notable individual achievements include:
Sigmund Rumney (3A* 1A), Charlotte Bradley (2A*, 2 A), Megan Hedges (2A*, 2A);
Tessa Carr (2A*, 1 A), Ruth Bennett (2A*, 1B), Tommy Ross (1A*, 2A),
Will Smith (1A*, 2B), Georgina Wild (1A*, 2B), Harriet Christopher (3A),
Bethany Richards (3A), Max Smith (3A), Natalie Ballone (2A, 1B),
Sarah Crotty (2A, 1B), Molly Hanson (2A, 1B), Conor Jones (2A, 1B),
Florence Swan (2A, 1B), Lisa Sprague (2A, 1C), Charlotte Martin (2A, 1D),
Maddie Bourn (1A, 2B), Joe Brett (1A, 2B), Helena Dale (1A, 2B),
Thomas Hopkins (1A, 2B), Joanna Wooley (1A, 2B).
Future university courses and destinations of our splendid students now include:
Medicine at Newcastle, Mathematics at Warwick, Drama at Birmingham, Medical Sciences at Leeds, German & Politics at Sheffield, Computer Science at Exeter, History of Art at The Courtauld Institute, English at Goldsmiths, Music at Oxford Brookes, Journalism at Gloucestershire, Applied Medical Sciences at Swansea, Mathematics at Exeter, Management at Exeter, Accounting & Finance at Bath, Physics at Loughborough, Interior Design at Wolverhampton, English Literature at Liverpool, Sport Marketing at Coventry, Popular Music at Falmouth, Mechanical Engineering at Loughborough, Photography at Gloucestershire, History at Royal Holloway, Geography at Birmingham and Psychology at Newcastle. In addition, a number of students are beginning Higher Level Apprenticeships with a range of prestigious companies.
Headteacher, Clive Corbett, congratulated all students on the dedication and commitment that has enabled them to achieve such pleasing results. He also thanked the Sixth Form team of Jason Howell, Zoe Starkey, Jo Robinson and all other staff for contributing to this outstanding level of student performance. He said; "In this, the 38th year of my involvement in examinations, I need to remind our youngsters and their parents that A' levels continue to provide an exceptionally rigorous challenge. Success therefore is not easily achieved, and I would like to offer all of our students my best wishes in their future endeavours."