2018 marked another set of fantastic A-Level results for the sixth form with 80% of students gaining a strong pass (A*-C), more than half of the students gained A*-B (57%) and more than one in four students gaining A* – A grades (27)%. These results outperformed the previous years and have been consistently high over the last four years. Comparison with national statistics shows that the sixth form adds significant value-added performance at both AS and A Level. In 2018 the independent data management company ‘Alps’ which analyses data across hundreds of schools and colleges nationally identified Arnewood Sixth Form as being in the top 25% for progress at A-level. This is a testimony to the great efforts of our students and teachers who clearly work as an effective partnership. Can we also take this opportunity to thank our parent and carers for their continued support.
The Secretary of State’s School Performance Tables can be found on the Department for Education (DfE) website.
Gone on to…
|Charlie Allnutt||Psychology A, RS A, Government & Politics B||Gap Year|
|Rosie Carter||Psychology A, History A, Government & Politics B||Leeds University to read International Relations|
|Katherine Charles||Mathematics A*, Further Mathematics A*, Physics A*||Durham University to study General Engineering|
|Marco Endrizzi||Mathematics A*, Physics A, Italian A, Biology A||Returning to Italy to study Data Science|
|Samantha Fagan||Mathematics – A*; Physics – A*; Chemistry – A*||Cardiff University to study Chemistry|
|Lara Hellsten||Mathematics – A*; Biology – A*; Chemistry – A*||Cardiff School of Medicine to study Medicine|
|Rafferty Hussey||Physical Education – A*; History – A; Biology – B||Australia on a Cricket Scholarship|
|Jasmine Lawton||BTEC Sport – Dist*Dist; BTEC Health & Social Care – Dist||Winchester University to study Social Work|
|Henry Lowndes||History – A*; Mathematics – A; Government & Politics B||Exeter University to study Politics|
|Angela Manuel||Mathematics – A; Biology – A; Chemistry – A||Southampton University to study Nursing|
|Samuel Miller||Government & Politics – A; Media Studies – B; IT – Dist*||Portsmouth University to study Digital Media|
|Jake Munro||Mathematics – A*; Further Mathematics – A; Computer science – A||Southampton University t0 study Mathematics with Computing|
|Courtney Owen||Mathematics – A*; Further Mathematics – A; Physics – B||Gap year|
|Rebecca Perks||Mathematics – A*; Further Mathematics – A; Physics – B||Exeter University to study Physics with North American Studies|
|Rebecca Reece||Psychology – A; RS – A; English Literature – B||Birmingham University to read English and Philosophy|
|Iara Sousa||Mathematics – A; Physics – Psychology – A; Physics – B||Gap year abroad|
|Luke Washak||Mathematics – A; Further Mathematics – A; Computer science – A||Southampton University to study Computer Science|
A big well done to the whole Class of 2018 on some superb results!