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Making the Grade!

Best Results in Milton Keynes at GCSE & A-Level 2014

GCSE Results 2014

Students achieving at least 5 A*-C Grades including English and Maths





A Level Results 2014

Students achieving at least 3 A*-E Grades






We are rejoicing having received impressive GCSE and A Level results this summer!

A whopping 73% of students achieved the much coveted 5A*-C grades including English & Mathematics and with a 100% pass rate overall at GCSE we are delighted to say that all students will now successfully progress into the sixth form or onto the college of their choice.

Two years of hard work and studying their chosen subjects has boosted the confidence and vision of the ambitious youngsters who will now begin working towards their next educational milestone.

High flying student Sammy Oram Jones was delighted with his A in Further Maths, having already secured an A* in Maths a year early. “I am so happy” said Sammy, whose parents described his achievements as “simply fantastic.”

For our Sixth Form students it was a similar triumph.

Many months of hard work and dedication have culminated in an astounding 96% of students achieving A*- E grades – (an 8% rise on the previous year) - 72% achieving A*- C grades at A2 and 89% of students achieving A*- E grades at AS level.

Super student Head Girl Tesni Williams was over the moon with her A in Media Studies and 2 B’s in Art and Design and English Literature and secured her position at the Goldsmiths University in London to study design. “I am totally buzzing,” she said “the interview process at my university was really challenging, but I am so happy I was able to make an impression and now coupled with the results I have received today I am guaranteed my place - I hope to go into graphic design or architecture as a career.”

Daniel Khan was speechless having achieved 2 B’s and a C - the exact results needed to pursue his dreams of becoming a sports correspondent for a major newspaper. Daniel will now progress to the University of Lincoln to study journalism and continue working on his blog which he set up during his studies as a means of expanding his knowledge of the industry.

“Today is the happiest day of my life” Daniel said.

Principal Sue Vig said, “Congratulations to all students who received their exam results this summer. They have all spent many months working with their teachers, as well as incredibly hard independently, to ensure they maximise their potential and although there will have been challenges along the way, results day is when they can celebrate and reward themselves for having remained dedicated throughout the journey. Good luck to our year 13’s progressing onto their universities of choice – I have no doubt you will continue to shine and make exceptional progress in your fields of study. And for our exiting year 11’s I wish them every success as they now refocus and embark upon the challenge of A Levels or a new learning approach through vocational qualifications.”

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