Roding Valley High School Sixth Form Results 2018
Roding Valley High School is celebrating its A-Level results which it says are “testament to sheer hard work, determination and commitment”.
Head of School Sharon Jenner said: “I am absolutely delighted with the improved results at A-Level. 42 per cent of all grades achieved were at A* to B, an impressive nine per cent increase on the previous year.
“Some 85 per cent of Mathematics students achieved A*-B grades.”
She added: “We have significantly improved our value added score by over 30 per cent which clearly demonstrates the high levels of progress now being made by students in the Sixth Form.
“We again achieved an excellent 97 per cent pass rate overall. This achievement is testament to the sheer hard work, determination and commitment of all involved.
“Students can expect high levels of academic support and careers guidance at Roding Valley High School.
“The majority of students have secured their first choice place at university and we have a number of high-achieving students who have secured excellent higher level apprenticeships in varied fields of industry.
“It is both very exciting and rewarding that the Sixth Form continues to grow and moves from strength to strength.”
Among the many success stories were Matthew Tinker who achieved A*,A, B and an A* in the EPQ. He is going to Exeter University to read Geography.
Giedre Sulcaite recorded three A grades and is seeking a place in Medicine).
Thisbe Barnett (A*, A, B) is continuing her dance and theatrical studies at Urdang Academy while Grace Cownden (A,A,B) will be going to Liverpool University to read Law with a year abroad.
Jessica Galloway (A,A,B and an A in the EPQ) is off to Warwick University to read English, Chloe Humphries (A,A,A) will be studying for a Higher level professional apprenticeship in Accountancy at UHY Hacker Young London, and Isobel Hooper (A,B,B and an A in the EPQ) is going to the University of East Anglia to read History.
Mrs Jenner added: “I wish all our Year 13s the best of luck as they move into further study or the workplace. I feel assured that they are confident, happy, mature and successful individuals who can meet the challenges ahead.
“It is an exciting time here at Roding Valley High School with improved facilities and a new Sixth Form Study Centre housed in our new state-of-the-art Brook Building opening in September.”
Enrolment Day for the Sixth Form at Roding Valley High School is on Thursday, August 23.
Results for 2017 are below. 2018 results will be updated soon.
A Level summary 2017
|A*- A Grades||12.70|
|A*- B Grades||33.33|
|A*- C Grades||69.84|
|A* – E Grades||97.62|
A Level Subject Results 2017
|Qualification Name||Cohort size||A* – B %||A*- B % National||A* – C %||A* – C % National||A* – E %|
|Art & Design||1||0||58||100||82||100|
|Government & Politics||4||0||50||100|
Photos from results day 2017