A Level 2018
Students and staff at Haybridge Sixth Form are celebrating today as students collect their A Level results and prepare for the next stage of their lives, which for many will mean taking up places at universities across the country. The school is immensely proud of the achievements of all of its students.
Individual successes include Cavan West, who gained 3 A* grades and an A. Cavan, who studied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and German, will be taking a place at Cambridge University to study Medicine. Alex Gardner also gained 3 A* grades and will be attending Warwick University. Jasdeep Mahal, Athena Atkinson and Ryan Gerry all gained 2 A* grades. Jasdeep, who studied Economics and Further Mathematics, and who also gained an A grade in Mathematics, will attend the London School of Economics to study Mathematics and Economics. Athena’s A*s in Art and Geology, alongside a B in Biology have earned her a place at Exeter University to study Geology. An A* in Mathematics and Further Mathematics, and an A and a B in Technology and Physics have helped Ryan gain a place at Southampton University studying Aeronautics and Spacecraft Engineering. Elizabeth Dunlop gained an A* and 2 A grades after studying Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry. She will be attending Exeter University to study Mathematics with Economics.
Francesca Jordan gained A grades in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology and in her Extended Project, and she will be attending Durham University to study Psychology. Mark Bell and Tom Fell were both celebrating 4 A grades, both in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. Mark will attend St Andrews University to study Physics whilst Tom will attend Lancaster University also studying Physics. Archie Boswell, Jenny Kendall and Mia Thomas who all gained 3 A grades, will go on to study Mathematics at Nottingham University, Architecture at Nottingham University and English Language at Cardiff University respectively.
We wish all of our students the very best, whatever their next steps may be.
We are absolutely delighted that our Year 13 students have achieved such a high level of success in this summer's A level examinations. I have no doubt that this success is as a result of their hard work and determination combined with high levels of support and encouragement from both the school and their families. They should be proud of what they have achieved and their contribution to Haybridge and we wish them all the very best as they embark upon the next chapter of their lives.
Headline Figures 2017
- Overall progress score: +0.06 (within top 25% of schools nationally as reported by the A Level Performance System)
- A level value added score: +0.16
- Academic value added score: +0.17
- Applied general value added score: +0.30
- KS4 English progress: +0.50
- KS4 Maths progress: 0.00
- Average score per A level entry: 33.9 (C+)
- Average score per academic entry: 34.1 (C+)
- Average score per applied general entry: 43.33 (Distinction*-)
Students and staff from Haybridge High School are celebrating the fantastic achievements of students in this, the first year of GCSE change, which included new grading for the majority of subjects at GCSE.
Particular congratulations, therefore, go to Ben Sutton who achieved a superb maximum of 9 grade 9s across all of his GCSEs which, according to a recent announcement from Ofqual, would place him in the top 1000 students in the country. Trinity Weir and Sophie Roberts gained 7 grade 9s and Ting Ding gained 6 grade 9s and an A*. Jessica Dove gained 6 grade 9s whilst Amie Brooks, Chloe Dunlop and Alex Plant gained 5 top grades.
Celebrating an impressive 4 grade 9s or A*s in their GCSEs were Simran Bassi, Poppy Boswell, Sam Flinders, Muhammed Razak, Jamieson Blain and Ben Froom.
We would like to share our huge congratulations to all of our students as they embark on the next stage in their lives, which for many means joining us as Sixth Formers from September. Good luck to you all!
We are delighted that our students have had such success in their GCSEs this summer – they can be justifiably proud of their many achievements as a result of their hard work and commitment to their studies. As always, these results are part of a wider team effort – we are always grateful for the ongoing support of staff and parents in helping students reach their goals and fulfil their potential.
Huge congratulations to all students on your success.
Headline Figures 2017
Please note this is unvalidated data
- Progress 8: +0.34
- Attainment 8: 57.4
- Students achieving a standard pass in English and Mathematics: 85.0%
- Students achieving a strong pass in English and Mathematics: 68.3%
- Students entered for the English Baccalaureate: 36.5%
- Students achieving the English Baccalaureate (4+/C+): 34.1%
- Students achieving the English Baccalaureate (5+/C+): 32.9%
- Students continuing in education/training/employment (2015 leavers): 100%