GCSE and A Level Results Headlines
Congratulations to all of our Year 11 Students!
55% of students achieved 5A*-C including English and Maths. We are really pleased with these results and the progress made by our students as shown by all aspects the results overall. It is down to their hard work, that of their teachers, teamwork and the huge amount of support that we receive from parents for which I am extremely grateful.
I am delighted to report on some outstanding individual student performances including:
Ailsa Bell – 7A*/2A
Katy Emery – 7A/2A*
Charlotte Farthing – 4A*/5A
Sophie Ward – 5A*/4A
Kevin Namagowa – 1A*/9A
Dylan Traves – 1A*/7A
A Level and Vocational Equivalents
Updated August 2017. Also reported in the Burton Mail.
Overall pass rate – 100%
- 100% pass rate in both A Level and BTEC Level 3 vocational courses meaning that there was not one single ‘U’ in any subject. Every student achieved a pass in every subject they entered.
- Students have achieved a record number of results at the higher grades A*/A with 19% of all A Level grades at A*/A and 37% at A*/A or B.
- 67% of all students in Physics achieved A*/A as did 50% of those taking Biology and Maths.
- An incredible 97% of all BTEC Level 3 results were at either Distinction* or Distinction and 100% of all students achieved Distinction* in Sport, ICT, Media and Performing Arts.
- in Level 3 BTEC Art and Design 83% of students achieved either Distinction* or Distinction.
There were some highly impressive outcomes for a number of high performing students which reflect the overall strength of the schools results this year. These include:
- Krysztof Oramus, who will be taking up a place at Oxford University after achieving A* grades in further maths, maths and A grades in product design and physics.
- Henry Taylor will study maths at Nottingham University after achieving A*grades in further maths, maths and grade A in physics.
- Alex Marcinkiewicz achieved grade A in biology and maths along with a grade B in chemistry, and will be taking up a place at Manchester University to study Medicine.
- Sam Horsley achieved three distinction* grades in ICT, art and design and media while his twin brother William also achieved distinction* grades in art and design, ICT and a distinction in media. They will both be going to Staffordshire University, where Sam will study games art and William cartoon and comic arts.
- Billy Arckless achieved three Distinction* in Sport and ICT and Distinction in Media. He will study Digital Marketing at Derby University.
Any student who may wish to discuss the possibility of a place in our sixth form should contact us by email at email@example.com