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A Level Results 2019

15 August 2019

For the fourth year running, our school is celebrating excellent A-Level results. Students achieved 68% A*-C in their A-Level examinations with 38% of grades at A*, A  or B. Once again our Level 3 BTEC students have also excelled with 87% of grades at Merit or above and 25% at Distinction or above. These results demonstrate outstanding progress scores and the Sixth Form Team and staff are delighted and proud of the students’ achievements.

The Sixth Form, graded as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED in 2018, works hard to ensure their students leave Sixth Form prepared for their next steps whether that be at university, undertaking an apprenticeship or employment.  This year an impressive 86% have secured a place at university including a number of prestigious Russell Group Universities and highly competitive courses. 

There have been a significant number of outstanding performances.   Particular congratulations go to the following A Level students: Damian Mikolajczak who secured: A*, A*, A, A, B in Physics, Maths, Chemistry, Polish and Further Maths and is going to study Engineering at the University of Warwick; Elizabeth Warom who secured A, A, A in English Literature, Government & Politics and History and is going to read Law at the University of Liverpool; Riann Cato who secured A*, B, B in Theology, History and English Literature who is going to read Law at the University of Warwick; Maria Musavi who achieved A, B, B in Biology, Chemistry and Maths and is going to study Medicine at The University of Manchester and Kia McKenna-Gill who is going to read Law at The University of Warwick.  Kia has also secured the Reading List Foundation Scholarship for inspirational resilience and commitment to her studies.  Outstanding BTEC achievements included: Dennis Oguguo who secured Distinction, Distinction, Merit in Science, IT and Business and is going to study Automotive Engineering at Birmingham City University; Ifrah Ishfaq and Kamil Ahmed who achieved Distinction and Distinction* in their BTEC National Foundation Diploma in Applied Science and Hannah Wildman who secured a Distinction* in her BTEC National Foundation Diploma in Sport and Leisure.

The Sixth Form team and staff are delighted that their students’ vision, effort, practice and attitude has enabled them to secure apprenticeship opportunities and places at university.

Headteacher Mrs Steele would like to congratulate all the students and staff on this superb academic achievement.  It is a reflection of our high academic standards, dedicated staff and St Edmund Campion’s highly successful Sixth Form community. Our students have benefited from an ambitious academic educational experience and have worked hard to achieve their goals and ambitions.

The school wishes all Sixth Form students every success in their next learning chapter.

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