A Level Results 2017
The Helena Romanes School are celebrating a 98% pass rate for our A Level students today. One in three results were A* – B and there was also a significant increase in the A* – C pass rate.
Head of Sixth Form, Donna Wright said: “With the changes to the assessment system, I am delighted with the results achieved by our students this year. These grades reflect very positively on their sustained hard work, the support provided by their parents and the commitment of both the teaching and pastoral support staff at the school.”
Headteacher, Simon Knight added “These results are evidence of sustained improvement across the Sixth Form and I am confident of further success in the future. I would like to congratulate all students on their achievements and wish them well in their future pathways in further study, training or employment.”
Individual students who did particularly well in their A Levels are:
- Morgan Thompson, 18, from Great Dunmow, achieved 2 A’s in Physics and Maths; a B in Chemistry; a B in AS Further Maths and an A in EPQ (Extended Project Qualification). He will study Aeronautical Engineering at Loughborough University.
- Austin Hodge, 18, from Great Dunmow, achieved an A* in English Literature and 2 B’s in French and History. He is taking a break from studies before going to University.
- Matthew Washer, 19, from Great Easton, achieved an A in Sociology and 2 B’s in Psychology and Law. He is hoping to study Law with Sociology at a University to be decided.
- Adam Hennessy, 18, from Flitch Green, achieved an A* in Geography; a B in Maths; a C in Physics and a B in EPQ (Extended Project Qualification). He will study Astrophysics at Leicester University.
Year 11 student Jeanri Burger, 16, from Felsted was delighted with her result. She took her A Level Dance exam two years early and achieved a B grade with 100/100 for her practical exam.
Victoria Wright, 18, from Great Dunmow, achieved a Distinction starred (equivalent to an A grade at A Level) for Health and Social Care; Distinction* for Applied Science; Distinction* for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship plus a C for A Level Sociology. Victoria will study Criminology and Sociology at Anglia Ruskin University.