Performance

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A Level Results 2017

Prendergast School is delighted to announce significantly improved A Level results this year. At a time of major change students have achieved excellent results across the wide range of A Level subjects. Over 27% achieved A* and A grades or equivalents and 48% achieved B grades or better, which means students wishing to take place in Russell Group universities have been more successful. Impressively 28 subjects including English, Biology, French, Geography, Italian, Physics, Spanish, Music and Textiles had a 100% pass rate.

 

 

Name

Grades

Degree Choice

University

Matilda Quartano

A* A* A* + A in AS Further Maths

Medicine

Manchester

Tian Gan

A* A*A*

Engineering

University College London

Ruby Gaffney

A*A*A

English Literature and Language

Oxford University

Alison Bayley

A*A*A

Geography

Lancaster

Olivia Pinfold

A* A* A

Modern Languages

Birmingham

Krishtina Amatya

A* A A B

Neuroscience

University College London

Tsakani Brauer- Maxaeia

A*AAA

Law

Durham

Zarka Iqbal

A*AA

International Relations

Kings College London

Thora Naybour

A*AA

Medicine

University of East Anglia

Emily Preston Baker

A*AA

Psychology

Bristol

Lydia Berry

AAA

Biochemistry

Birmingham

Alicja Mierzwinska

AAA + A in EPQ

History

Edinburgh

Lucy Peters

AAA

Game Art

De Montfort

Imogen Mulvenna

AAD*

Primary Education with Art

Reading

Connie Ward

A*A*B

Sport and Exercise Science

Loughborough

Matilda Nelson

A*A*C

Art Foundation course

 

Tida Jabi

A*BB

Architecture

Greenwich

Nicole Olakigbe

AAB

Biochemistry

Exeter

Luisa Bax

AAB

Politics

Leeds

Oyinda Yemi Omuwomi

AAB + A*EPQ

Sociology

London School of Economics

Connie Pharoah

A A

Music

Royal College of Music

 

GCSE Results 2017

Prendergast School produced some outstanding results in a year of national uncertainty. 36% of all GCSE results were A*/A or better with outstanding individual performances at the new grade 9 as well as at the A* and A Grades.

The following students were amongst many who have exceptional results:

Tara Gaffney 9,9,9, 7 A*s and 1 A

Kendra-Jean Nwamadi – 9,9,8, 6 A*s, 2 As and 1 Distinction*

Simran Kaur – 9,9,7, 4 A*s, 3 As and 1 Distinction

Lauren Linton – 9,9,8, 8 A*s and 1 Distinction*

Esther Naybour, 9,9,8, 5 A*s and 2 As

Natalia Dul – 9,9,6, 8 A*s and 1 Distinction*

Charlotte Bogle – 9,8,7, 7 A*s and 1 A

Melissa Crawley – 9,7,7, 3 A*s, 5 As and 1 Distinction *

Alina Waqar – 9,8,6, 6 A*s, 2 As and 1 Distinction *

Sakinah Akorley – 9,8,6, 5 A*s and 2 As.

Students have done well at the new strong pass grade of 5 and above with 77% of all GCSE grades achieved at this level. English maintained its exceptional pass rate of nearly 90% in the new reformed subject which is designed to be more difficult. Maths improved and achieved the second best results in the history of the school with 75% at C and above.

The basics measure – that is those students who achieved C or above in both English and Maths has improved to 75%. EBACC has again improved with 40% of pupils achieving a good pass in the suite of GCSE which include Science, History or Geography and a foreign language.

This year’s results include reformed GCSEs in English, Literature and Maths which are reported as a number from 9 to 1. 9 represents a grade beyond A* and the subjects have been reformed to be harder. There has been considerable concern in the press and from professional bodies who have argued that the reforms have been poorly implemented. Students have done exceptionally well to achieve these very impressive results