Examination Results

Haybridge Students Celebrate Their A-Level Successes

A-Level 2016

Students and staff at Haybridge High School and Sixth Form are once again celebrating an outstanding set of results this summer as students collected their examination results on 18th August, proud of the hard work they have put in over their school careers and looking ahead to their university and career options to come. Many students will be taking up places at some of the best universities in the country.

We are thrilled that 99.4% of students passed the A level courses they were studying. 52% of students achieved A*-B in their chosen subjects – a truly fantastic achievement, demonstrating the quality of the experience studying at Haybridge offers alongside the students’ hard work.

A number of our students will be embarking on some of the most competitive courses in the country. Hannah Danks and James Sutton have both been accepted to Cambridge to read Economics and Medicine respectively. Two of our students will be going to Oxford to read Law: Ellie Chatwin and Chinvati Bhardwaj. Dharani Yogasivam and Laura Moreton will be taking up prestigious and highly competitive places at Kings College, London and Birmingham to read Medicine.

Also celebrating significant success for outstanding results are Sarah Berry, who gained 3 A* and will be going to read Mathematics at Birmingham; Charles Bruce, who is going to York to read PPE and Abigail Richards, heading to Warwick to study Mathematics having achieved 3 A* along with Alexa Wittkop, who achieved 3 A* and an A.

Congratulations must also go to the following students for their excellent results: Rachel Bradley, Philip Lowe, Monica Reading, Lizzie Margetts, Heather Pope, Ninian Schmeising-Barnes, Morgan Stucki, Tom Bagley, Harry McDonald and Anisha Uppal.

Our primary aim as a school is always to do everything we can to secure the best life chances for our young people and with these results behind them, our students are now going out into the world with an outstanding foundation to build their futures on. Warmest congratulations to the students, staff and parents for another year of spectacular successes.

Caroline Hoddinott

Year 12 are also celebrating some excellent AS level results today. Grace Bird, Owen Coyne, Daniel Greenhow, Olivia Naylor, Jack Payne and Sara Stark-Georghiades all achieved AAAA and Samuel Morgan achieved an impressive AAAAB. We wish all our AS students well in the coming year as they begin to make decisions about their future paths, taking inspiration from the success and hard work of our Year 13 cohort.

Headline Figures 2016

  • Overall progress score: +0.06 (within top 25% of schools nationally as reported by the A Level Performance System)
  • Average point score per A level entry: 33.41 (C+)
  • Average point score in best three A levels: 35.84 (B-)
  • Average academic point score per entry: 33.57 (C+)
  • Average applied point score per entry: 37.31 (Distinction+)
  • Progress in Maths GCSE: +0.5
  • Progress in English GCSE: +0.6
  • Students completing their A level core aim: 97%
  • Students continuing in education/training/employment at end of 16-19 (2014 leavers): 88%

  • Haybridge Students Celebrate Their GCSE Successes

    GCSE 2016

    Students and staff are celebrating another year of outstanding examination successes following the publication of this year’s GCSE results.

    Outstanding individual successes include Jenny Kendall, Kia Starks and Cavan West who all achieved a stunning 10 A* grades, with both Kia and Cavan being recognised for working above an A* standard in Further Mathematics, and Elizabeth Dunlop, Jasdeep Mahal and Tom Fell who all achieved 9 A*s, with Tom being recognised for working above A* in Further Maths. Grace Cooper achieved 8 A* grades, Emily Evans gained 6 A* grades, whilst Mark Bell, Maisie Rawle and Finlay Perry all achieved 5 A*s.

    We are delighted that our students have had such success in their GCSEs this summer – they can be rightly proud of their many achievements as a result of their hard work. These results are also part of a wider team effort – we are grateful for the ongoing support of staff and parents in helping students reach their goals and fulfil their potential.

    Caroline Hoddinott

    Huge congratulations to all students on your success.

    Headline Figures 2016

  • Progress 8: +0.28 (approx. within top 20% of schools nationally)
  • Attainment 8: 58.0 (approx. within top 10% of schools nationally)
  • Students achieving a good pass in English and Mathematics: 83.1%
  • Students entered for the English Baccalaureate: 33.1%
  • Students achieving the English Baccalaureate: 33.1%
  • Students continuing in education/training/employment (2014 leavers): 98%