A Level Results 2013/2014

We are delighted to be celebrating improved A Level results for the 4th year running.  
A third of grades were at A* and A and students achieved a 100% pass rate.

86 students sat A Level or equivalent qualifications.
31% of grades achieved were the top grades of A* or A.

11% achieved A*
58% achieved A* - B
81% achieved A*-C
100% A*-E

26% achieved ABB or better, the universities’ indicator of top performing students.

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2 students have secured places at Oxford University.  Rhiannon White is going to Pembroke College, to read experimental psychology.  She secured grades of A*,A*,A, A .  Tim Bonvoisin is going to St Peter’s College to read philosophy and theology.  He achieved A,A,A.

Triplets Hannah, Will and Tom Leney are all off to Birmingham university. Two of our students, Sam Williams and Megan Davies, have secured very competitive places at the Royal Welsh College of Music.

Over 80% are progressing on to Higher Education, and all others have secured employment, apprenticeships or further training.

Year 12 students also continue our trend of excellence, with improved AS results in addition 3 students, Caitlin Van Buren, Sarah Kirkham and Ben Wilding, secured places on Oxford's UNIQ summer school, for which competition is fierce with over 4000 applicants for just over 1000 places. Ben is also attending the Sutton Trust Summer School.

As well as those students achieving places at university, a number have also achieved prestigious and competitive apprenticeships. Kane Forkasiewicz, has an apprenticeship with the National Grid. Anna Stanley, has been accepted into the Army. Gareth Jones, has secured a place with the RAF. Ross Hamilton, an apprenticeship with MoD.

These are superb results for a dedicated, diligent year group.  During my first year at the school, I have been proud to witness our students' talents, hard work and tenacity, all of which have clearly paid dividends, shown not only in their excellent academic achievements, but also in the multitude of enrichment activities they have undertaken, ranging from charity events to the Duke of Edinburgh and Young Leaders projects. I have been proud to be their Head of 6th Form and wish them all the very best of luck for the future.

Well done everyone, we are proud of your achievements today, as we have been proud of your achievements over the last 7 years.

Mel Thomas, Head of 6th form