Overall Average A-Level improves by a whole Grade for BWH Students

Overall Average A-Level improves by a whole Grade for BWH Students

Blessed William Howard Catholic High School students were celebrating their excellent exam results today.   The school has seen a significant increase in the overall pass rate and the average A-Level grade has gone up to a grade B, which will place the school’s Sixth Form amongst the highest performing in the whole of the County.   99% of all academic entries at A-Level were graded A* – E, with 1 one in 5 grades being a grade A* or A – a wonderful achievement!

Top performing students included:

Grace Callaghan who achieved the highest grade possible in every exam she sat.
(A* in Chemistry, A* in Physics, A* in Maths, A* in Further Maths, A in Further Maths AS and A* in her Extended Project Qualification).   Grace will be going on to study Physics at Durham University.

Andrew Turner – A* in Further Maths, A in Maths, A in Computing and A in Physics.  Andrew will be studying Computer Science at Warwick University.

Niamh Dale – A* in Fine Art, A in Religious Studies, B in English Literature.  Niamh is planning to take a Foundation Art Course before continuing with Art at Degree level.

Johnathan Li – A in Maths, A in Further Maths and B in Physics.  Jonathan is going on to study Aerospace Engineering at Southampton University.

Acting Headteacher, Mrs Louise McKie commented, “We have seen some outstanding academic results this year and a further improvement on last year.  This is due to the hard work and commitment shown by students and staff, as well as the support of parents, all working in partnership towards shared goals. I would like to congratulate and thank everyone who has helped to contribute to our success.

I am delighted that the vast majority of students wishing to progress to the next tier of education have been successful in gaining a place on a course of their initial choice, many at Russell Group universities.  I am confident that, by the start of next week, all will be placed.  This is a real success.  Well done to all.”

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