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The Hayesbrook School Sixth Form Results 2019

Head of School Collette Nelson said ‘I am delighted that our Year 13 pupils have achieved such great results again this year. Hard work and dedication has been rewarded with a tremendous set of qualifications’.

It is our pleasure to share our students’ fantastic achievements after receiving the first set of examination results for this summer. We are once again extremely proud of a 100% pass rate in the technical and applied general courses Business Studies and Sport Science where the average grade is Distinction.

Initial figures also indicate excellent achievements in the A Level courses with an overall pass rate of over 94% and 100% pass rates in English Literature, Product Design (Technology), Extended Project, History, Chemistry and Geography.

Executive Principal Daniel Hatley said ‘Once again, I am extremely proud of what our brilliant students have achieved – the trend of impressive results in our sixth form continues. Their successes are so well deserved and are also a testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff at The Hayesbrook School as well as the support of our students’ families. We are extremely pleased for them all and look forward to hearing about their continued successes as they start the next exciting stage of their lives. At Hayesbrook we are relentlessly focused on ensuring students access the career or university of their choice and I am absolutely delighted that their education with us means the class of 2019 are leaving with such bright futures’.

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 employment offers. Some of the destinations students are moving on to include Portsmouth University (Criminology and Cyber Crime), Southampton University (English and History), Exeter University (Maths), Warwick University (Chemistry), University of Reading (Finance), University of Surrey (Mechanical Engineering) and University of Derby (Business, Accountancy and Finance).  An increasing number of the Year 13 pupils have also been successful in applying for Higher Level Apprenticeships. We wish all our leavers every success in the future.

As well as key individual successes the overall grades indicate that 73% were A*-C grades and an impressive 38% of grades were A*, A or B. This includes the achievement of those studying applied and technical qualifications where 97% of grades were 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 of achievement includes: A’s in Maths, Chemistry and Physics for Illya Freeman, A’s in Maths and Chemistry and B in Physics for Eddie Rugg, A in Geography and B’s in English Literature and History for Tim Boltun, 2 X Distinction* in Business and B in History for James Simmonds, Distinction*/Distinction in Business and A in Maths for Rohan Pun and Jakob Pincott achieved Distinction*, 2 X Distinctions and a Merit. Oliver Johnson achieved 3 A Levels including an A and the very top grade of A*.