AS/A2 Level 2016
Once again Year 12 and 13 pupils are celebrating after achieving an outstanding set of A Level, AS Level and BTec results. The vast majority of Year 13 pupils achieved places on their chosen courses in their first choice universities and are looking forward to commencing their degree courses.
At A2 level over 30% of the grades achieved were A*, A or equivalent which is a fantastic achievement and a significant improvement on last year. Equally impressive is the fact that 96% of pupils achieved A*-C grades in the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification.
Amongst the students receiving 3 or more A* and A grades or their equivalent at A2 level were:-
The staff and students delight at the results was tinged, however, with sadness as they remembered the support given to the school in recent years by the Director of Learning and Skills in the Vale of Glamorgan who sadly passed away a couple of weeks ago.
GCSE 2016 - Students celebrate ‘outstanding’ GCSE Results
Students are celebrating achieving an outstanding set of GCSE results. The number of students obtaining 5 GCSE grades or more including English and Mathematics was once again over 70% with 75% of students gaining an A*-C grade in Mathematics with a figure of 78% for English. The excellent performance of students extended across all subjects with 100% of the students obtaining a Science qualification at the higher grades. Amongst the students receiving 10 or more A* and A grades were: Lloyd Richards; Rhys Richards; Lydia Sanderson; Sam Williams; Tom Colgan; Ellie Jose; Nell Roberts and Nina Tombs.
Dr Vince Browne and Mrs Fiona Greville commented, “we have been delighted to see the progress made at the school in recent years and are thrilled that once again the students have produced such outstanding performances. We are proud of the efforts that everybody has put into achieving these incredible results. It has been a privilege to work with these pupils over the course of the past five years and we are extremely pleased that they have received the results they so richly deserved.”