King Alfred School pupils achieve record A-Level results
at Highbridge's King Alfred School were celebrating another record
set of A-Level results on Thursday (August 15th).
At A2 level, Year 13 students have achieved an impressive 100%
A*-E pass rate and an average points score that exceeds the previous
record score set last year.
Andy Owen told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We are delighted with
these brilliant results which reflect the commitment of students,
staff and parents."
sixth form has been a major area of school improvement and these
results are testament to the hard word and efforts of all involved."
went on to comment on the excellent results achieved in maths,
regarded as being among one of the most difficult subjects at
A-Level, Sociology and Art.
figures show that the school has broken all previous Post 16 measures.
the record-breaking results, there were some outstanding individual
performances included William Jones (A*, A*, Distinction*) who
is going on to study at maths at Exeter University.
Redman (A*, A, B) was also celebrating and will be studying bio-chemistry
at Sheffield University.
were Ellen Herrington (A*, A, C) and is going to Cardiff University
to study psychology and education.
Smith (A, A, B) is going on to Bath University to study history
noteworthy results were achieved by Dominic Young, Edan Young
and Chloe Dixon. Special mention also goes to Gemma Doyle, Stephen
Lilley and Kieran Skuse who exceeded their target grades, and
Courtney Cawley and Andrew Francis who achieved A* in art.
addition, congratulations go to the PE and ICT departments who
achieved four distinction * and eleven distinctions between them.
of the most significant achievements is that every student who
applied to university has been offered a place.
of sixth form Jonathan Gaskell said: "We are delighted that
all of young people have gained access to their preferred course
and university of choice."
is fantastic that their hard work has been rewarded and we wish
them every success in what will be very bright futures."