A-Level Results 2022-23
Post 16 – A Level Results – 17th August 2023
A Levels Outcomes 2022/23
I would like to congratulate and praise students for all of their hard work, commitment and dedication throughout their studies at the Academy. As students return today to receive their grades, we will be celebrating the remarkable achievements of this cohort. Each student's journey has been unique, marked by challenges overcome and goals achieved. As we reflect on the journey that has led us to this point, let us come together as a united community to applaud the accomplishments of our bright young minds.
Despite the well documented national ‘grade deflation’ for 2022/23, I am delighted to report that we have maintained the improved standards achieved last year an average grade of C-. The national outcomes have reported a dip in overall outcomes for the second year in a row and so maintaining the improved levels is a fantastic achievement.
In 2019, our average grade was a D+
(In 2020 and 2021 the model for assessment changed to Teacher Assessment and is not comparable)
In 2022, our average grade was a C-
We have maintained an average grade of C- for 2023
Within this we have seen the number of students 3 with A Levels (A – E) increase from 42% – 45%
We have seen the number of students with 2 A levels (A – E) increase from 74% – 80%
91% of students achieved a grade A – E
53% of students achieved a grade A – C
10% of students achieved a grade A* – A
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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:
Daniyaal Dar (A, A, A, B)
Jack Sherratt (A*, A, B, C)
Katie Bridger (A, A, B, B)
Mia Pyatt (A, A, B)
Emily Penfold (A, A, B)
Lucy Stere (A*, C, C)
Beth Oliver (A, B, C)
Josiah Rowden (B, B, B)
Principal, Damian McBeath, praised all the students for their hard work:
"Our students have demonstrated a remarkable capacity to transcend challenges, seize opportunities for growth, and excel in the midst of adversity. Their relentless pursuit of excellence has not only brought pride upon themselves but has also enriched our school community, serving as an inspiration to their peers and establishing a benchmark of achievement that will reverberate for years to come.
With utmost admiration, I extend my heartfelt congratulations and commendations to every member of the remarkable Class of 2023!"
Assistant Principal and Head of Sixth Form, Alex Powell said:
“We are all very proud of our Year 13 students and for their hard work and determination over the past 2 years. Students now leave us for an exciting array of opportunities. For those going to university, courses being studied include Classics, Maths, Psychology, Archaeology and Computer Science. We continue to see students pursue degree apprenticeships and others who have joined the world of work. We wish them all the best in their future endeavours.”