There was much joy across CISC schools as A level results were received. Early comments on results are: David Neville, Headmaster of St John’s College Cardiff, warmly congratulated his 46 A level students and their teachers on achieving 35.1% A* grades and 96.3% A* – B – “another magnificent achievement”.
For the fifth successive year, girls at Mayfield School raised the bar, achieving outstanding A Level results with 81% A*- B , the best for five years; 30% achieved straight A*/A with over a quarter of all grades being A*and almost 80% of the girls achieving at least one A*/A grade.
Eleven St George’s students will be commencing highly competitive courses at Oxford, Cambridge and in medicine among 70% of their group moving on to Russell Group universities. 75% of all entries achieved A* – B. Others pursue other ambitions e.g. Beth Haywood is following her dream of international tennis stardom by gaining a tennis scholarship to study in Texas, USA.
Leweston School, Sherborne, is celebrating excellent A Level results. Sixth Form girls achieved 63% of the results at A* or A grades and 77% at A* to B or Pre-U equivalent.
St Mary’s School, Cambridge are celebrating another excellent set of A Level results with remarkably high proportions of the girls achieving A* and A in Maths and Sciences.
James Murphy O’Connor was delighted with Prior Park students matching last year’s 13% A* and 74% A* – B.
Gareth Lloyd was positively glowing about Ratcliffe College’s Year 13’s exemplary work ethic with 6% of the year gaining Oxford University entries (6%) amongst 75% A* – B.
The Oratory School were very pleased with 22% A* grades and 60% A* – B.
Headmaster, Ed Hester, said that he was delighted with the results of the 102 U6 students at Princethorpe: “We have had more top grades than ever before”.
Patricia Hawley, Headteacher of Our Lady’s Convent School Loughborough, said, “Once again the students have delivered excellent results.”
St Edmund’s is proud to report some of its best ever grades overall with 41% A*/A and 69% A*-B.