Record Breaking A level results

17 August 2017 | Mr Rob Carter | Share this article

Staff and students are celebrating the best-ever A level results recorded at the school with 70% of students gaining A*-B grades and 42% of all grades being graded A* or A.

Overall 88% of all students achieved A*-C grades and this has been achieved due to the hard work and dedication of students and staff as well as the support over the years of their loving families.

I am so proud that all the efforts of the last two years have paid off in these fantastic results. I am really pleased that the hard work was so worthwhile.

— Hilary Morfitt, Director of Key Stage 5 Achievement

Stand-out performances came from Alex Howson (Biochemistry, Bath) and Justine Rykiel (Art Foundation, Brighton) with three A* grades along with Isabella Atherley (Medicine, Bristol), Thomas Andrews-Faulkner (Law, Surrey), George Harwood (Law, Exeter), Chloe Hunter, Alice Marples (Business Management, Surrey) and Sean Sage (Physiological Science, Bristol) achieving 2 A* grades and one A grade. Other exceptional results included Jemma Carpenter (History, Exeter), Louisa Goodsell- Collett (Primary Teaching, Roehampton), Katherine Hole (English & Linguistics), Megan Littmoden (Medicine, Birmingham), David Marriott (Journalism, Sheffield), Toby Platt (Art Foundation, Brighton) and Matthew Talbot who achieved 3 or more A grades including at least one A* grade.

Other impressive results include Stephane Anscombe (Plumbing Apprenticeship), Callum Bateman-Champain (Sports Science, St Mary’s University College), Lauren Bonwick-Adams (Paramedic Science, Surrey), Gabriel Bryant , Deiniol Cummins, Frances Demetriades (Psychology, Goldsmiths), Morgan Harris, Tom Jex (Business, UWE), George Simpson (Sport Science, Chichester) and William Smith (Sport Science, Kingston), Tom Wood (Sports Business and Sports Law, Buckinghamshire), Bertie Woodcock (Business Economics, Liverpool) who got 3 or more A* and A grades including BTEC qualifications.

We are thrilled that we have achieved the highest grades ever at A level. This has been achieved during a time of dramatic change in curriculum and assessment in education. We are confident that they will go on to be happy and successful in all they do and will miss them greatly from life at St Paul’s.

— Rob Carter, Headteacher

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