- 100% of students achieved a pass grade
- • Over 70% of students achieved grades of C or above
- • Nearly 50% of students achieved A* – B grades
- • 1 in 5 students achieved the top grades of an A* or A
For the fifth year running A-level results continue to build on the excellent foundations laid by staff and students at the popular, heavily oversubscribed school in Coldharbour Lane. This year students will be celebrating some outstanding successes, marking the culmination of another year of excellent academic and personal achievements for students at the school, with an overall pass rate of 100%. Executive Principal Jeremy Turner said:
“We are once again thrilled and delighted with the outstanding success of our A Level students. The vast majority have achieved their places at some of the country’s top universities and the headline figures demonstrate that the school is continuing to provide a high quality education to students in the local area. I would like to congratulate and thank all the hard working and dedicated staff, students and their parents for their continued commitment and ongoing support.”
Top Students in 2019 include:
Riya Patel who achieved A* grades in Biology and Mathematics and an A in Chemistry.
Emma Sullivan who achieved A* grades in ICT and Mathematics and an A in Further Maths.
Vinija Thirucumaran who achieved an A* in Biology and A grades in Chemistry and Maths.
Leon Hirsh who achieved an A* in Mathematics and A grades in Economics and Politics.
Claudia Baldry who achieved A grades in Biology and Mathematics and a B in Chemistry.
Niamh Cooper who achieved A grades in English (Language & Literature) and Psychology and a B in Politics.
Sahir Ladha who achieved A grades in Biology and Chemistry and a B in Mathematics.
Daisy Olyett who achieved A grades in History and Media and a B in English Literature.
Katrina Phillimore who achieved A grades in Sociology and Psychology and a B in History.
Victoria Woolmer who achieved A grades in Sociology and History and a B in English Literature.
“These students have made us all so proud and really epitomise the strong culture of achievement that is reflected in our school motto Aspire to Achieve; so many of them have really achieved their dreams.”