18/08/2017

Celebrating outstanding A Level Results

We are celebrating another outstanding set of A Level results, with 60% of students achieving top grade passes.

Headteacher Derek Peaple commented: "We are thrilled by this year’s superb A Level results, reflecting the hard work and commitment of our wonderful Sixth Form students. We are all exceptionally proud of this outstanding group of young people, who thoroughly deserve their success and have contributed so much to the life of the school and wider community throughout their time with us. They have exceeded every performance target set based on prior attainment and we congratulate them on their superb progress and achievement. Indeed, this year’s results once again further extend a long term trend in outstanding progress and achievement that has consistently positioned our Sixth Form in the very top flight of schools nationally."

60% of passes were at A*- C, with 100% of students achieving one or more A Levels. 

Exceptional individual achievements included:

  • Former Head Girl Katherine Langley who achieved an  A* and two A grades
  • Megan Day who achieved an A* and two A grades
  • Anna Magnusson  who achieved an A* and two A grades
  • Darius Tipple who achieved an A*, two A grades and a B
  • Former Deputy Head Boy Toby Holloway who achieved an A*, an A and two B grades
  • Philippe de Frechou who achieved an A*, an A and a B
  • Abi Pass who achieved an A*, an A and a B

Derek Peaple further added: "The results achieved by our students on the Hungerford Town Football Academy programme have been equally superb. Performance in the BTEC Sport Extended Diploma, which is equivalent to three A Levels has been outstanding. Of this fantastic cohort, two students both achieved three starred Distinctions – the highest possible award nationally."

A Levels Park House 2017

A Levels Park House 2017
A Levels Park House 2017
A Levels Park House 2017
A Levels Park House 2017
A Levels Park House 2017
A Levels Park House 2017
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