Sixth Form Results and Destinations
We are delighted that we have another set of fantastic results in the Sixth Form matching our brilliant outcomes from last year. Following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process for teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and were approved and awarded by the exam boards.
Our A-Level results are a fantastic 79% A*- B and 43% A*-A. In Drama, Economics and Media all of our students achieved A*-B grades and in Art all students achieved A*-A grades.
In the BTEC part of the IB Career Related programme we have a record number of students with the top grades of D*D* in all three of our BTEC subjects, Applied Science, Health and Social Care and Child Development. This is in addition to the high-grade outcomes the students received in their IB subjects in July.
The vast majority of our students have been accepted onto their chosen University course and are going off to study courses as diverse as accounting, paramedic science, forensic science, biochemistry, youth work, fashion management, sociology, psychology and even wildlife conservation.
Congratulations to Claramae Flemming who successfully gained a place to read Economics and Management at Oxford University. Also, congratulations to Shanelle Kulkarni who will be studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College, London. Both University placements are exceptional.
Lily Suttle and Charlie Hall received A* in all of their subjects which was a phenomenal success and Charlie commented that she couldn’t have achieved this without the help and support of the teachers and students in the Sixth Form.
We would also like to particularly congratulate Kitty Burnett, Calista Darsano, Ella Estime, Maisie McCrossen, Evie Nightingale, Ellie Plummer and Daisy Wilkinson who achieved A*- A grades in all of their subjects.
In BTEC Health and Social Care Aliyah Ahmed, Rahael Cham, Joseph Hooton and Chloe O’Shea all received D*D* grades (equivalent to A*’s at A Level). In Applied Science D*D* was awarded to Kyle Abella, Melda Chaudry and Adna Ibrahim and in Child Development Annie Graham, Grace Stafford and Helin Yakult all received D*D* grades. They were all completely delighted and overwhelmed with their results and are heading off to University to study subjects as diverse as Business and Management, Paramedic Science, Forensic Psychology, Youth Work and Professional Policing.
Despite the difficulties they faced, all our year 13 students worked really hard and their outcomes reflect the excellent teaching they received as well as the determination and resilience they applied to their studies. Congratulations to all of them and we wish them all the best in their chosen next steps.