A Level Results
Bradley Stoke Community School
It has been another strong year for post 16 outcomes at Bradley Stoke Community School. A level students have averaged 32 points (grade C) which is slightly above the results for the last 2 years. 42% of students obtained A*-B grades and there was a 99.5% overall pass rate. Significantly almost all students who had applied for Higher Education courses gained places at their first choice institution.
Vocational results were outstanding again with 78% of students obtaining Distinction* or Distinction grades. The average grade achieved was a high Distinction.
As always there have been some fantastic individual performances with details provided below. Star performers include Sophie Deliot, Holly Macdonald, Erin Pruett, Chloe Lorenzi and Neave Spikings.
Sophie Deliot achieved an A* in Geography and As in Mathematics and Psychology and will be studying Geography at Durham University.
Holly Macdonald achieved an A* in Accounting and As in English Language and Business Studies. Holly has been offered a place on the School Leaver Programme with Price Waterhouse Cooper as a Business Consultant.
Erin Pruett achieved an A* in Geography, an A in English Literature and a B in Physical Education and she has a place to study Geography and Sport Science at Loughborough University
Chloe Lorenzi achieved As in French and Textiles and a B in Chemistry and she has secured a place to study Fashion Design at the University of Leeds.
Neave Spikings achieved a Distinction* in Music Technology BTEC, an A in Computer Science and a B in Mathematics. Neave will be studying Film and Television Production at the University of York.
Other high achievers include the following:
Victoria is going to study Veterinary Science at Liverpool University
Annabel is going to study Chemistry at Bristol University
Distinction* Sport BTEC
Distinction* Applied Science BTEC
Distinction Business BTEC
Lewis is going to have a Gap Year next year
Alex is going to study Psychology at Plymouth University
Front row left to right: Annabel Phillips, Neave Spikings, Sophie Deliot, Holly Macdonald
Back row left to right: Erin Pruett, Chloe Lorenzi, Alexandra McCallum, Victoria King