Huish Sixth

A Level Results

 

Year 13 students at Huish Episcopi were celebrating another year of good results today. With 43% of grades being either A or A* and 66% being A*-C, the students and staff have a lot to be proud of.

With this year being the first exams for the newly reformed A levels several subjects, students and staff were anxious about the outcomes. However, across the board there were strong performances by subjects and individual students.

Some specific individual performances are particularly noteworthy; Ben Little = A* in Maths, Further Maths and Physics;  Tom Lewis = A* in both Maths and Physics, and a grade A in Further Maths; Kieran Cowan and Toby Gibson who both achieved an A* in Maths, an A in Further Maths and A in Physics; Ethan Kanditt = grade A in Chemistry, Maths and Physics; Stefano Messina = A* in Maths and a grade A in both Further Maths and Physics; Hannah Oakes = A in both Fine Art and Media; Ellen Porter = A in Biology, Chemistry and English Literature; Erin Williams = A* in both Biology and Chemistry & a grade B in Spanish; Lydia Wiltshire = A in both Biology and English Literature & a grade B in Chemistry,  Lydia Wells = A in both Biology and Chemistry & a grade B in Maths; Nancy Smart = A in both Biology and English Literature & a grade B in Maths; Callum McGregor = A* in Maths, an A in Physics, Further Maths and Chemistry and a grade B in Computer Studies.

Many of our students are moving onto a wide variety of universities to study a broad range of subjects. These include University of Bath (Maths, Mechanical engineering, Maths/ Physics), Exeter University (Physics, History), Loughborough (Mechanical Engineering). Aberdeen university (Mechanical engineering) Plymouth Uni (Environmental Science), Uni of St Andrew (Astro Physics), Southampton ( Spanish, English ) Warwick Uni (Biomedical sciences), Cardiff uni ( Geography), Keele uni (History)

From the cohort of 115 students, just over half (64) are moving on to University with 84% gaining places at their first choice and the remaining students getting their second choice.    This is a fantastic achievement.

The staff and governors would like to congratulate all leaving students on their results and wish them the very best of luck in their next steps; be that in employment, training or higher education. We hope they have enjoyed their time at Huish Episcopi Academy and remain in contact with us as part of our growing alumni.


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