Bradley Stoke Community School

A Level Results



Students and staff are celebrating positive A level outcomes at both Abbeywood Community School and Bradley Stoke Community School last week. 


Bradley Stoke Community School has built on last year’s first set of A level outcomes and has seen an increase to 208 in the points per entry (197 last year) and 33% of all grades were A*-B amongst a larger and more diverse Year 13 of 105 students.  Average points per student dipped to 683 (733 last year) because fewer students studied the Extended Project qualification in order to allow greater focus on their A level subjects.  There were some phenomenal individual successes at both A2 and AS level:



Uttam Sharma            A*AAA

Sam Wells                   A*AAB

Jed Cummings           AAA

Charlotte Murray         A*AA

Ross Startin                A*ABB

Elizabeth Tasker         A*A*B

Lucy Wood                  AAB



Sophie Maxted            AAAA

Alex Shoferpoor          AAAA

Joe Whetter                AAAD*

Samuel Head              AAABB

Daisy Hodgkinson       AABB                


With positive GCSE outcomes anticipated in both schools next week, we expect large numbers of students to start post 16 studies in both Post 16 Centres in September.  Both schools are members of The Concorde Partnership along with Patchway Community College and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College, with whom the schools have a shared timetable with transport provided for students to travel to other centres for half-day timetable blocks.  This has provided a significant increase in the range of courses available to students in all centres and gives opportunities for shared planning and training for staff as well.  The partnership adds value to each of the schools and the college and is key to the successes of each centre.




Bradley Stoke

Back row l to r: Sam Wells, Uttam Sharma, Alex Smith

Front row l to r: Lizzy Tasker, Ashleigh Widge, Nicole Williams, Lucy Wood