Theme of the week is: discrimination
We are delighted with our A level results this year and so pleased for the students. So much of this is down to the hard work and determination of students and staff, alongside the invaluable support of parents and carers.
We are especially pleased with our % passes at A*-B and with results like these our students have been very well placed to take up their places at universities. Congratulations to those students who have secured a place, with 47% of those who applied going to a Russell group university.
Some students chose different career paths which are in line with their intention, whether it be an apprenticeship, or a gap year and they too are to be congratulated for their achievements.
|%||2016 Faringdon Community College||2016 National Average|
|Josh Vogwell||4A*s 1A|
|Seb Morris-Dyer||3A*s, 1A|
|Jonathan Wright||2A*s, 2As, 1B|
|Georgia Viggars||2A*s, 1A, 1B|
|Eden Szymura||3A*s, 1A|
|Grace Ryan||1A*, 3As|
|James Waite||1D*, 2As|
|Tim Mountford-Lister||1D*, 2As|
|Julia Thomas||1A*, 2As, 1B|
D* = Distinction * at BTEC/Diploma
For more details about the different paths out students chose after leaving Year 13 in 2016, please see the document below.
Our English Literature results were in the top percentile nationally and Chemistry and Mathematics were in the top 10% for performance nationally.
We are extremely proud of all our A Level students who either secured university places or elite apprenticeships.
24% of passes were A*/A grade
50% of passes were at A*/B grade
99% of passes were at A*/E grade
100% of our students who applied to university gained a place. 47% of these were at Russell Group Universities.
Chemistry and Mathematics performance now in the top 10% of schools nationally.
English Literature currently in the top percentile nationally.