Bilton School celebrated another set of great post 16 results which reflected the hard work of students and staff.
We are particularly pleased with the resilience of all our students given the disruption to their studies, and the following individuals had particularly great results; Aiste Gukauskaite A*A Dist, Jack Flemming AAA, Chanelle Arnold Dist* AA, Ben Virk Dist* AA, Sam Bowden Dist* AB, Jennifer Dall Dist* AB, Zoe Gardner Dist* AB, Aleksandra Dziob ABB
Headteacher Tim Chambers commented ‘… our Year 13s produced a fantastic set of results in very trying times and have achieved great outcomes. We are confident that we will continue to be one of the leading Warwickshire schools for post 16 studies underlining that Bilton School has an outstanding post 16 provision which reflects the needs of its diverse learners. Well done to everyone involved!’.
Kineton High School
Students at Kineton High School achieved the best ever A Level and Level 3 BTEC results, continuing our upward trend in Post-16 outcomes. We are so pleased to congratulate our Year 13 pupils on an incredibly successful exam season and the fantastic results that have followed. Students across the country have been faced with a challenging two years of study in which they have had to adapt to various ways of working and as always, our students at Kineton have done so with enthusiasm and dedication.
This relentless positive attitude to learning has led to over 80% of students achieving A*-C and more than 53% of students achieving A* – B in their A Level and Post-16 studies, with an average grade of a B.
85% of students who have applied to university or higher education have secured places at their top choice of destination, another fantastic achievement for a cohort who have had to overcome so much. Some excellent achievements include Caitlin who achieved A*A*A A and secured her place at Oxford University to read History; Mark who achieved A*A A A (Leeds University); Jessica who achieved A*AA and a Distinction * (Exeter University); Jade who achieved A*A*A A (University of York). Additionally, incredible progress scores were achieved by Mia, Izzy, Megan, Ed, Ethan and Maisy who, along with their peers, are all moving on to exciting next steps including the Police Force, University, Further Education or Training.
Miss Loveridge, Head of Sixth Form has said “I am so incredibly proud of all the students in Year 13. They have worked so hard, overcome so much and have demonstrated outstanding resilience and maturity. They are all moving on to exciting next steps, be that University, apprenticeship or the world of work; and I know they will all continue to be incredibly successful.”
Headteacher, Helen Bridge added, “I am so proud of all our students. Their determination and resilience despite the challenges the last two years presented, is inspiring. Thank you to all our staff and parents for supporting them so admirably.”
Southam College students achieved the schools best ever ‘A’ level and Level 3 B-Tec results. Over 41% of grades were A*-A and 69% A*-B. 100% of the 143 pupils achieved an A*E pass rate.
Whilst there are countless fantastic individual performances to celebrate, particular congratulations go to Jay Hilton (4 A* Grades) and Alexandra Zamfir, Ana Lovett, William Andrews (all with 3 A* Grades).
Headteacher Mr Samra commented ‘This cohort of pupils have had a truly tumultuous few years and for them to achieve such outstanding results is testament to their ability and hard work. With the support of our amazing staff and parents/carers pupils have been able to fulfil their potential and set themselves up for amazing futures. We could not be prouder of them.’