Post 16 Results 2020

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Since the government made the decision to use centre assessed grades for A-Level, our outcomes have changed and we have an even better set of results for this year which reflect the hard work of our Year 13 students and their teachers.

Our A-Level results are now at a fantastic 79% A*- B and 45% A*-A, likely to be significantly above national averages. We have had an increase in grades in some subjects which means that in Physics, Art, Photography, Media and Maths all of our students achieved A*-A or A*-B grades and in Chemistry, Child Development BTEC, English Language, English Literature, Further Maths, History, Psychology and Sociology all students achieved A*-C grades.

For the IB Career Related Programme we achieved a 100% pass rate for the third consecutive year with outstanding outcomes in the BTEC part of the programme where 38% of students achieved D*D* – D*D grades as well as top grades in the IB.

The vast majority of our students have been accepted onto their chosen University course and are going off to study courses as diverse as medicine, creative writing, zoology, politics, neuroscience, history, psychology and even marine photography.

Particular success stories include Alice Barrett who achieved A* in Biology, History and English Literature and is going off to University to study Zoology. Alice commented “my teachers were always around to support me and they went above and beyond so that I could achieve what I wanted to’. 

We would also like to congratulate Melek Kiranel who now has A*, A*, A*, Lydia Hackwood who has A*, A, A and Diareye Diallo who has A*, A, A.

In BTEC Health and Social Care Amy Beadle achieved D*D* which is the best possible outcome and is only ever achieved by small numbers of students nationwide. Amy stated that ‘I had great support and I was consistently pushed to achieve my very best’.

Congratulations to all our students and we wish them all the best in their chosen next steps.

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