A Level Results 2019
The Crypt School has achieved a very impressive set of A Level results: 32.6% of grades were A*-A, 63% A*-B and 88% of grades achieved were A*-C; the overall pass mark was 99.7 % A*-E. Notable individual successes include: George Barker, Joe Layzell and Dan Nash who all gained 4 A*s; Ben Brown and Sam Hill who achieved 3 A*s; Isaac Trickey who achieved 2 A*s and 2 As and James Tuckey, Alfie Crouch, Matt Nash, Benedict Young and Abi Charlton who all gained 2 A*s and 1 A respectively. Headmaster Nicholas Dyer commented: “These excellent results are the product of both the hard work of the students and the dedicated support of their teachers. I am also delighted with the impressive set of university destinations that our students are heading to in the autumn, which include 5 to Oxbridge, and I am equally pleased to see a very good number of students who have now secured both jobs and apprenticeships with local and national companies. These impressive A Level results also send out a very strong signal to those students in Year 11 who are thinking of coming to The Crypt to study for their A Levels: you too can achieve highly in our outstanding sixth form.” The School wishes all of its students who sat their A level exams in 2019 the very best wishes for their futures.
GCSE Results 2019
The Crypt School has recorded another outstanding set of GCSE results: 81% of grades were awarded at the 9 - 6 level (old A*- B); 14% of grades were awarded at the top level 9; 36% of grades were awarded at either 9 or 8 and 58% of grades were awarded at grades 7, 8 or 9 (the old A*- A).
There were many individual successes, including boys who achieved all grade 9 in their subjects, and others who achieved either all grade 8 and 9 or all grades 9-7. Across the whole Year 11 cohort the results were most impresssive.
Nicholas Dyer, commenting: “The boys, together with their families, as well as the School’s very hard working and outstanding teachers and support staff will be thrilled with these impressive GCSE results. I am delighted that all our academic departments have performed well, with another year of improvement in our English results, where we know that nationally boys perform less well than girls. With such good results across the board, it is difficult to single out individual subjects for special mention; however, in RS 88% of grades were 9-7, in Design Technology 82% of grades were awarded at 9-7, in Chemistry 82% of grades were 9-7, in Biology the figure was 78% 9-7 and in Computer Science the figure was 84% 9-7. The School’s teachers and professional support staff alike, have worked tremendously hard over the past two years to support all our Year 11 students, enabling them to achieve highly across the full range of subjects; we are all very proud of their achievements. We look forward to the vast majority of our Year 11 boys carrying on their education into The Crypt Sixth Form in September, as well as welcoming into Year 12 many other Year 11 students from other local schools and colleges. ”
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