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The Hayesbrook School

The Hayesbrook School Sixth Form Results 2017

We are delighted to be able to share our students’ achievements after receiving the first set of examination results for this summer.

The sixth form curriculum at Hayesbrook offers a number of pathways beyond the traditional A Level route and we are extremely proud of a 100% pass rate in the technical and applied vocational courses Business Studies, Creative Media, ICT and Sport Exercise Science meaning that all students passed all of their qualifications. Initial figures indicate excellent achievements in the A Level courses, with 100% pass rates in Art, Design Technology and Geography.

The Hayesbrook School is driven to ensure that all students go on to the university or career of their choice and at the time of going to press all students, completing their sixth form studies at the academy this summer have achieved the grades they need to take up their university, apprenticeship or job offers. Some of the destinations students are moving on to include University in Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford Brooks, Brighton, Northampton, Kent, Surrey and Sheffield and apprenticeships including Virgin Media, Dental Nursing, Policing and the London School of Barbering and full time employment with the Ministry of Defence and the Royal Marines.

As well as key individual successes, the overall grades indicate that 41% were A*, A or B grades and an impressive 34% of grades were A* or A. This includes the achievement of those studying applied and technical qualifications, where 92% of grades were Distinction*, Distinction or Merit and the average grading Distinction*. This is a highly commendable achievement.

Amongst other outstanding results, the academy congratulates the following students whose portfolio achievement includes: Maureen Foncham-Tembi, Morgan Judd and Sid Sollis all of whom gained 4x Distinction*; Gregory Buck who gained 2x A/B grades in Maths and Physics; William Douch who gained 2x A/B grades in Maths and History; Sean Coleman who gained 2x B grades in Biology and Chemistry and Distinction* in ICT; Daniel Devall, Cameron Hall, Theo Lewis, William Rugg, Toby Vickery, Myles Woollett who all gained 3x Distinction* with Daniel also achieving an additional Distinction; Callum Glass, Max Walker and James Haselden who between them gained 5x Distinction*, 2x Distinction and 3x A Level grade C.

Daniel Hatley, Hayesbrook Principal, said: "I am extremely proud of what our brilliant students have achieved. Their success is well deserved and I am so pleased that so many of them will be moving on to the university or career of their choice and that their time at Hayesbrook has helped them to secure such bright futures. This year’s outcomes are also testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff at The Hayesbrook School as well as the support of their families. We are extremely pleased for them all and look forward to hearing about their continued successes as they leave us to start the next stage of their lives".