exmresultsa lev2015 09Results for 6th Form students at Highams Park were out today. Overall they showed another very successful year for those taking both GCE A-level and BTEC National Advanced level qualifications in our 6th form.

Of the 424 GCE A-level exams sat in the summer term covering 26 different subjects 421 were passes with only 3 fails. That represents a remarkable 99.3% pass rate!!

68.3% of these A-level passes were at the higher grades of A* to C.

All of the 42 students following BTEC National Advanced level qualifications passed, amassing a remarkable 41 Distinction Starred grades, 34 Distinction grades, 20 Merit grades, and 8 Pass grades.

For University entrance a BTEC National Distinction Starred grade is counted as equivalent to an A* grade at A-level, a Distinction grade is counted as equivalent to an A-level A grade, a Merit grade is counted as equivalent to an A-level C grade and a Pass grade is counted as equivalent to an A-level E grade.


Twenty three individual A-level subject courses achieved 100% pass rates

100% pass rate in BTEC National qualifications with 41 Distinction Starred grades, 34 Distinction grades, 20 Merit grades, and 8 Pass grades

Some photos from the day


Year 13 individual successes

Pride of place must, however, go to the individual students who have worked so hard to ensure they can move on to their first choice of university course or employment.  Despite a national drop in top grades in some subjects (see BBC news story on the national picture), seven different Highams Park Year 13 students achieved A* grades. 

Three of our top performers are off to University College London. Amandeep Babbar is planning to study Engineering, while Shaharyar Khan is also hoping to take up his place to study Medicine and Antonia May is going to study Urban Planning.

Amelia Griffiths is moving on to study English at the University of Bristol and Yasmeen Ifzal will also study English, but at Kings College London.  Joining Yasmeen at Kings College London is Gemma Player, who will read Theology.

We are delighted that Stanley Soulsby will be studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath, Korkor Kanor is going to read Law at University of East Anglia and Hashim Guleid will start his course in Mathematics and Physics at the University of Warwick.

The diversity of fantastic courses that our students are moving on to is astounding.  We wish them well and look forward to welcoming them back to Highams Park to hear their stories very soon.

Year 12 AS level results

We should not forget the performances of some of our Year 12 cohort, many of whom have set themselves up superbly to gain the top grades next year.  The pick of Highams Park AS results include:

  • Iona Coleman, Menghan Liu and Leanne Smith who all achieved 4 A grades.
  • Yeliz Demir, Paige Dockerill, Tom Farnell, Megan Joseph, Antoni Loizidou and Hinesh Tailor who all have 3 A grades to their name.
  • Seven further students who also gained 2 A grades and 2 B grades.

These students will be aiming for the very best A2 (GCE A-level) grades as they embark on their Year 13 courses in September.




In the Exam results section on the Downloads page of the website there are detailed tables of exam results going back to 2005


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