A Level Results
Bradley Stoke Community School Post 16 Results 17th August 2017
Bradley Stoke Community School’s Post 16 A level students have achieved their best ever results. 71% of students achieved grades A*-C, including 46% A*-B grades, a fantastic achievement. Over 80% of vocational qualifications achieved the highest grades of Distinction and Distinction* which is again a wonderful achievement by students, superbly supported by staff at the school. The school is rightfully proud that students’ progress from their GCSE results to their A level grades is also significantly positive and the highest the school has ever achieved. As ever there have been numerous outstanding individual performances,, detailed below, and we are delighted that virtually all students have secured the Higher Education courses and apprenticeships at their first choice institutions.
Chloe Marsh – 2 A*A* and a Distinction; Olivia Wheeler an A* and 2 As who will be studying Biochemistry at the University of Bristol; Louise Beasant – 2 Distinction* and an A; Kelsey Dyke 2 As and a Distinction*; Marcos Manning 3 As, who will be studying Computer Science at the University of Birmingham; Emily Porter 3 As who will be studying Mathematics at the University of Exeter; Victoria Barby-Moule – A Distinction*and an A and a B who will be studying Psychology at the University of Nottingham; Alice Higginson – 2 As and a B; Varun Thapa – 2 As and a B who will be studying Aerospace Engineering at the University of Nottingham; Nick White – 2 As and a B; Ella Grove – A* and 2 Bs; Adam Thorpe – A*, a B and a C who will be studying Computer science with an industrial year at the University of Birmingham.
Pictured from left to right are: Steve Moir, Headteacher, Olivia Wheeler A*AA, Ella Grove A*BB, Alice Higginson AAB, Emily Porter AAA, Vicky Barby-Moule Dist*AB, Elizabeth Pawling Dist*AB, Chloe Marsh A*A*Dist*, Kelsey Dyke Dist*AA, Varun Thapa AAB, Marcos Manning AAA, Adam Thorpe A*BC, Nick White AAB, Tom Hill, Director of Post 16