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The Hayesbrook School

The Hayesbrook School A Level Results 2016

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

The pass rate for A Level in Year 13 is a fantastic 100% meaning that all students passed all of their qualifications. Initial figures indicate excellent achievements as well as an increase in the average point score per student meaning that more students have achieved more higher grades, than last year.

The academy offers a varied curriculum in the sixth form including a number of vocational BTEC courses. Students have achieved extremely well in these as well with the average grade being Distinction. In total 78% of this year’s results are A* - B or Distinction/ Distinction* grades which is a hugely successful achievement.

Every student finishing Year 13 has gained the qualifications they need to move onto the career or university of their choice. Amongst these successes are Callum Porritt achieved A*,A,B and has taken a place at Bristol to study Mathematics; Aaron Wozny achieved B,B, Distinction* and is going to study Quantity Surveying at Oxford Brookes; Thomas Weedon achieved 3 Distinctions and will be going to study Physical Education at Brighton; Connor Bradnam achieved 3x Distinction* and moves on to St Mary’s to study Sports Rehabilitation; Michael Taylor achieved 4x Distinction*  and goes on to study Sports Management at Bournemouth.

Amongst other outstanding results the academy congratulates William Lyddon who achieved A,B, 2x Distinction*; Tate Dunlop who achieved 3x Distinction* and Jack Mayhew and Jack Baker who both achieved 4x Distinction*.

Principal Daniel Hatley said: "This year’s outcomes are testament to the hard work, dedication of all the students and 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."