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- Sixth Form Results and Destinations
Sixth Form Results and Destinations
We were delighted that for another year, our Post-16 students achieved above national averages across the board, with 89% of our A Level grades at A*-C, 70% at A*-B, and 40% at A*-A. Given the challenges of the last few years and the inevitable disruption to education as a consequence of the pandemic we are very proud of how well all our students have achieved.
In Fine Art, Textiles, Music and Geography, 100% of students achieved A*/A, and in History, Media Studies and Theatre Studies students all achieved A*-B. A*s were achieved by students in Arabic, Photography, Textiles, Biology, English Literature, Fine Art, History, Maths, Media Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Spanish.
Our ‘value added' was exceptional - our ALPS score of 2 puts us in the top 15% of 6th forms nationally for the progress our students make between GCSE and A Level.
A number of our students secured exceptional grades including Sophia Clayton, Grace Conroy and Sophia Himeur all achieved A*A*A; Dorcus Folorunsho and Sarah Kennedy achieved A*AA; Orla Matheson achieved A*A*B and Katie Clarkstone, Beatrice Duku, Samuel Hingston, Divine Ifashe, Uwa Izz and Sam Shuker all achieved AAA.
Our BTEC results were very strong too with a high number of students achieving Distinction and Distinction* - equivalent to an A/A*. In Applied Science, Edward Kennedy achieved D*D* and Arena Queen achieved D*D. Chloe Hawkins, Hannah Lewington Cole, Jaiden Lynch, Amelia Okeleke, Rafael Olague, Amy Pearson and Hayley Tsang all achieved D*D in Health and Social Care. Students have gone on to study a wide range of courses including Nursing, Education, Psychology and English.
Many of out 2022 cohort have gone on to some of the UK’s top universities including:
- Ellena Adebowale-Scwarte and Sophia Clayton (Leeds, Fashion Marketing)
- Katie Clarkstone (QMUL, Psychology)
- Jazmin El Abdi Franco (King’s, History)
- Katie Godden (Newcastle, English Language and Literature)
- Sophia Himeur (UCL, History)
- Samuel Hingston (Leeds, Physics with Astrophysics)
- Michelle Karen (Manchester, Law)
- Edward Kennedy (York, Law)
- Evelyn Nightingale (King’s, English)
Lily Rose Doherty gained a place at University of the Arts, London ranked one of the top Arts Universities globally, and Peace Iraoya secured a prestigious apprenticeship with Accenture.
Additionally, several students from the previous year also took up places on top-ranked courses including Maisie Mccrossen (QMUL, Geography) and Lily Suttle (Edinburgh, Social Anthropology and Social Policy).