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Our Results

Our Results

Star pupil Rhiannon Ogden-Jones had the distinction of being accepted at Corpus Christi College at Oxford. Rhiannon’s A*s in History, English Literature and her Extended Project Qualification, as well as A’s in Biology and General Studies won her a place to study Law at Oxford.  “It hasn’t quite sunk in yet” she said.  “I didn’t even expect to get an interview in December.  My mum and Grandma are amazed but my dad and Grandad seemed to expect I’d get in.”  The multi-talented teenager also plays bassoon, clarinet and saxophone and enjoys sport.  She is the first in her family to get to Oxbridge.  “Studying for A Levels was the hardest I’d ever worked for anything.”  She said.  “But I would have kicked myself if I hadn’t.”


We are extremely proud of our students and their academic achievements.  Our results speak for themselves:

  • Our pass rate for 2019 was 99.5%
  • 100% pass rate in 25 subjects
  • In the top 35% nationally for student progress at A level
  • 48% of the students achieved A*, A or B grades
  • 22% of the grades were A or A*

Rhiannon went to Oxford studying Law

The students achieved an impressive 99.5% pass rate for all A Levels.  22% of all A Level grades achieved were A*-A and nearly half of all grades were at A*-B.

Notable results included Josh McCracken who achieved A*, A*, A, A and will be going on to study Experimental Psychology at Oxford. Isobel Catanach achieved A*, A, A, A and is planning do work experience over the coming year in preparation to study to be a vet.  Victoria Dennis achieved four A grades and will be studying Physics and Astrophysics at Manchester. Lucy Ashworth achieved A*, A, A, B and will be going on to study Geography with Sociology at Leeds. Sadie Kay achieved A, A, B as did Maria Perrins who will begin an apprenticeship in Engineering.  Jonathan Lawrence achieved A, A, B, B and is looking forward to studying in London. Aurooj Iltaf achieved A, A, B and is planning to study Law.  Kelsey Openshaw also achieved A, A, B and is taking a gap year to consider her plans. Elizabeth Walsh achieved A*, A*, A and will be going on to study English Literature at York.  Rebecca Wynne achieved A*, B, B and is planning to study Landscape Architecture and Design. Robbie-Ray McBride and Emily Howarth both achieved A, B, B and will be going on to an apprenticeship and Lancaster University respectively.