A Level Results 2020 Hard work, determination and positive attitudes have been rewarded with excellent results for our Year 13 students. We were delighted to see so many of our Year 13 in school in a socially distanced results event. Seeing so many of them thrilled with their results, ready to move on to the next stage in their lives, was a real honour. The majority of students achieved or exceeded their predicted grades and should feel very proud of their success in gaining a place at the university of their choice or securing employment. Our traditional A-level exam success continues at all levels with a high number of top grades being achieved and superb pass rates in all 27 subjects. Some excellent individual results were achieved in a range of subjects including Music, Photography, Politics, Sociology, Geography and Further Maths. Our students’ impressive results have enabled them to secure places at many prestigious institutions including Oxford, Imperial College London, Durham, UCL, Newcastle, Nottingham, York, Exeter and Leeds. Our Year 13 students are moving on to the next stage of their lives and studying a wide range of courses such as Midwifery, Maths, Chemical Engineering, Business, Medicine, Astrophysics, Geography, Pharmacy, Law and Acting. Of those going to university over 40% will be attending Russell Group universities from September, which is our best performance ever. We had an incredible number of individual successes. Some are listed below: Zak Davison-Duddles who is studying Economics at UCL Sophie Ivey has been successful in gaining a place at Oxford to study Chemistry Devasya Bhatia is off to Durham University to study Engineering Matthew Boddy is planning on studying Chemical Engineering at Newcastle Rebeca Baines Garcia will be studying Midwifery at Leeds Erin Campbell who joined the sixth form from Sacred Heart is off to Queens Belfast to study Law Jacob Ferguson has gained a place at York to study Psychology Lucy Hutchinson studying Pharmacy at Nottingham Steve Isaac studying Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London Jasmine McDonnell studying Geography at Leeds Eve Murray studying Physics at Newcastle Hannah Taylor studying Nursing at Teesside Joel Wylie studying Economics at Manchester Amraha Sajid studying medicine at Queen Mary’s The 16 to 18 performance tables data can be found on the DFE website or by clicking here. A Level Results 2019 Staff and students at Egglescliffe School and Sixth Form College are once again celebrating superb A-level results, with a 100% pass rate at A-level in 24 subjects. 28% were graded at A*-A and 84% of grades were A*-C, demonstrating the support and stretch and challenge provided for all students. Many subjects in particular excelled in Maths as 65% of grades were at A*-B and 56% at A*-A. The result in Physics were similarly excellent, with 73% A*-B and 65% A*-A. Students also excelled in a wide range of curriculum areas-English Language, Geography, History, Music and Religious Education. An impressive nineteen A-level students achieved all A* or A grades. Headteacher Simon White commented that “These results reflect the hard work and positive attitudes of our students and the skill, professionalism and dedication of our staff. At a time of enormous change and real constraints in education it is absolutely wonderful to celebrate this success. I have had the pleasure of seeing our students displaying tenacity, good humour and grit during one of the most challenging times in their lives. Staff at Egglescliffe are keen to reflect and work hard to ensure no student is left behind; their hard work is clearly having a huge impact on student achievement. Our students’ impressive results have enabled them to secure places at many prestigious institutions including Oxford, Imperial College London, Durham, St Andrew’s, Newcastle and Leeds, to study everything from Maths, Mechanical Engineering, Medicine, Accounting to Geography, Psychology, Law and Religion, Politics and Society. Of those going to university well over 35% will be attending Russell Group universities from September, compared with a national average last year of 11%. The majority of students achieved or exceeded their predicted grades and should feel very proud of their success in getting in to the university of their choice or into employment.” Performance measure Result (Data taken for academic year 2018/2019) Progress +0.04 Average grade at Keystage 5 B- (35.22 points) Retention at Keystage 5 94.3% Student Destination (2017 Leavers) Students staying in Education – 91% Progress in English and Maths No entries (English) | Suppressed (Maths) The 16 to 18 performance tables data can be found on the DFE website or by clicking here.