GCSE Results 2015
We are delighted that the hard work and dedication shown by our students, parents and staff has paid off and that we have continued our upward trend of excellent results.
This year we achieved our best ever set of GCSE results:
- 73% of students attained the headline figure of 5 GCSE grades A*-C including English and Maths.
- Just over 50% of students achieved an A* or A grade.
Particular success this summer included Navneet Marway, Anna Felton, Molly Jervis, Niamh Nelson, Abhayaa Sachdeva, Abi Akande, Harkrishan Chadha, Alice Hoyle, Jaspreet Sandhu and Kent and Owen Stavenuiter who all attained 5 or more A* grades.
Well done to last year's Year 11.
A2 Results 2015
Congratulations Year 13! With an overall pass rate of 99% and with 74% of results being graded between A* and C, 2015 was another successful year for our Sixth Form students. We achieved our second highest ever average A level points score per student.
More than 100 students have gone on to study at University, with most securing their first choice.
There were many individual performances worthy of note:
Hamza Akhtar - Maths at The University of Birmingham (Mathematics A* and Further Mathematics A)
Stella Andrada – Adult Nursing at University of West London (Distinction* BTEC Health and Social Care, A* Philosophy and Ethics and A Sociology)
Jasbir Bedi – Mathematics at Aston University (Distinction* in both BTEC Business and ICT Cambridge Technical and A* Mathematics)
Jessica Burgess – Primary Education (with QTS) at Worcester University (Extended Project Qualification A* and Fine Art A)
Emily Darby – Modern Languages at The University of Birmingham (French A, English Literature A and History A)
Jassimran Dhaliwal – Medicine at The University of Nottingham (Extended Project Qualification A*, Biology A* and Chemistry A)
Sofie Gill – Law at The University of Bristol (Psychology A* and English A)
Jasveen Kular – Modern Foreign Languages at University of Bath (Extended Project Qualification A, French A and Spanish A)
Alex Perry – English Literature at The University of Nottingham (English Literature A*, History A* and Philosophy and Ethics A*)
Alex Slyfield – Psychology at The University of Birmingham (Psychology A, History A)