GCSE Results 2016
We are delighted that the hard work and dedication shown by our students, parents and staff has paid off and that we achieved our best ever GCSE results in 2016.
- 75% of students achieved five GCSE grades A*-C including English and Mathematics
- 58% of students achieved at least one A* or A grade
- 28% of students achieved three A* or A grades
The school’s top attainers included Kaylum McCann, Eleanor White, Bernice Johal, Simran Koretaine, Mark Morey, Gurjeevan Sidhu, Amandeep Tukhar, Aman Verma, Amy Geeson, Pawandeep Bhatoa, Priya Jakhu, Aaron Lakhanpal, Lakhdeep Panesar - who between them have achieved 81 A*s and 59 As.
Mrs N.Clifton, Head of Upper School, said: “These are the best results we have ever had. Our students had a tough task to improve on the record-breaking results we achieved last year but they have done it and have done themselves, their families and the school proud. It is an incredible achievement.
“We are delighted that the hard work and dedication shown by our students, parents and staff paid off."
Well done students!
A2 Results 2016
Students celebrated a positive set of A-level results in 2016 - with around 100 now moving on to university after securing their required grades.
Students achieved a 99.4% pass rate - 73% of them being the top A*-C grades. With the school also achieving its second highest ever average A-level points score per student, 2016 has been another successful year for Highfields’ Sixth Form students.
Fifteen students achieved one or more A* gradings. They are: Saima Akhtar, A* English; Charlotte Bailey, A* English; Anisha Bhandari, A* Sociology; Jacob Bloomer, A* English; Cameron Guy, A* English; Sharna Khabra, A* English; Nathan Painter, A* Mathematics; Gurpria Pooni, A* Psychology & Sociology; Hanvir Rai, A* Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics & Punjabi; Gugan Sangha, A* Psychology; Baneet Sarai, A* English; Lydia Sillitor, A* Sociology; Kyam Villkhu, A* Mathematics; Brian White, A* Physics, Biology, Chemistry; Luke Wilcox, A* Economics
Talented scientists, Hanvir Rai and Brian White, secured their places at Oxford University with their fantastic A-level results.
Brian secured A*s in Chemistry, Biology and Physics, as well as an A in Mathematics, whilst Hanvir achieved the top A* gradings in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Punjabi.