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A-Level Results 2021-22
Post 16 – A Level Results – 11th August 2022
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A Levels Outcomes 2021/22
This year has seen the return of formal external examinations for the first time in over two years. Praise should rightly be given to all of the Year 13 students at the Academy. These exams were the first series of external examinations that this cohort have sat since they were 11 years old. They have endured significant disruption to learning at the end of their GCSEs and through into Year 12. The resilience and effort shown has been remarkable and we are exceptionally proud of all our students.
Overall, students at the Academy have achieved outcomes which are higher than our pre-pandemic grades, which is an incredible achievement given the disruption to learning alongside the increase in student numbers.
In 2019, 59 students sat their A levels with an average grade of D+.
This year 76 pupils have sat their A levels with an average score of C-.
Out of all of the examinations sat by pupils at the Academy in 2022:
- 97% achieved a grade A – E
- 60% achieved a grade A – C
- 15% achieved a grade A* - A
84% of students gained a place at their first choice university.
More students have taken degree apprenticeships this year including:
- Amelia Angley who has accepted an apprenticeship at Brakes.
- Kylan Wilkinson who has accepted an apprenticeship at Deloitte LLP.
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Whilst we are exceptionally proud of all of our students, the attainment of the following students is worthy of special mention and commendation:
- Claudia Balraj achieved A*, A*, A
- Janiece Adu-Nsiah achieved A*, A, A
- Danielle Howes achieved a Distinction*, A
- Ella Wells achieved A, B, B,
- Kylan Wilkinson achieved A, Distinction* B, B,
- Karlina Vaitjule achieved A, B, B, B,
- Dylan Bonfield achieved Double Award (Dis*, Dis*) Distinction* B
Principal, Damian McBeath, praised all the students for their hard work:
“Our amazing students have worked hard and achieved great things despite the challenges of the pandemic. They are to be congratulated. We are exceptionally proud of them all and wish them every success in the future.”