A Level 2017
Students and staff at Haybridge Sixth Form College 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, with over half of all students gaining A*-B grades.
Individual successes include Jack Payne, who gained 4 A* grades, and Harry Waller who gained 3A* grades. Both students will be taking up places at Birmingham University. Jack, who studied Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Geography, is going on to study Economics, whilst Harry, who studied Biology, Chemistry and Physics will be studying Chemistry with Industrial Experience. Also going on to Birmingham University after obtaining outstanding results at A level are Emma Warne, who gained 2 A* grades and will study Geography, Kim Felix, who will study Biochemistry, Olivia Naylor, who will be studying Biological Science, and Chloe Taylor who will study English and Creative Writing.
Sam Roberts, who gained A*s in Maths and Further Mathematics, will continue his studies in this subject at Lancaster University. Sam Morgan and Laura Brennan, who both achieved an A* grade amongst their excellent results, will be heading to Leeds University to study Geography with Transport Studies and International Business respectively. David Hughes’ A* and 2 A’s have gained him a place at Exeter University to study Geology and Dan Greenhow, who also gained an A* and 2 A grades will study Economics at Bristol. Joshua Stamps’ 4 A grades will see him travel to Aberdeen to study Medicine and Gurneet Mann and Owen Coyne, who both gained 3 A grades and a B, will go on to study Accountancy and Finance at Warwick University and Computer Science at Bristol University respectively.
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 outstanding successes of students in this, the first year of GCSE change, which included new grading for English and Mathematics.
Outstanding individual successes include Joe Tyerman and Izzy Nicholl who achieved a stunning 9 A* or 9/8 grades. Jasmine Knight, Alice Phillips, Jamie White, Ben Sedgwick, Dominic Price and Alex Thomas all gained 8 A* or 9/8 grades whilst Sam Abrams and Eliz Cirakli achieved 7 A* or 9/8 grades.
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%