A Level Results 2017
85% of A Level grades were awarded at the A*-C level this year, with over 63% of grades awarded to Year 13 students at either grade A*, A or B. 33% of grades were awarded at A*-A, with a record number of students achieving all A*-A grades. The overall pass mark was 99% A*-E.
These grades reflect the hard work and commitment of both the students in Year 13 and their teachers over the course of the last two years.
Notable individual successes include: Jude Hunt (4 A* and 1 A), who will progress onto Oxford to study Physics; Toby Williams (3 A*, 1 A, 1 B and a distinction in AEA Maths); Rosalind Craddock (3 A* and 1 A); Harry Kirby (2 A*, 2 A and a merit in AEA Maths); Rosanna Wilkins (2 A*’s and 2 A); Alexandra Wilkins (2 A*, 1 A and 1 B), Chloe Wathan (2 A* and 1 A); Wesley Yong (2 A*, 1 A and 1 B); Oliver Lynch (1 A*, 2 A, 1 B and a merit in AEA Maths); Olivia Hughes (1 A* and 3 A); Austen Salway, Kieran Schneider, Cameron Seyers, and Mohammad Ahmed (1 A* and 2 A); Alexander Broadbent and Brendan Trump (1 A* and 3 A); Matthew Hughes (1 A*, 2 A and 1 B); Sean James (1 A* and 2 A); Francis Dunnett and William Dobson (4 A) and Muhammad Kala, Owen Berry and Pandora Lapington (3 A), Rachel Jackson (3 A).
Nicholas Dyer, Headmaster, commented: “I am delighted at this year’s A Level results at The Crypt School. In a year when many students were studying the new reformed A Levels, our Year 13 results are very impressive indeed.
This success is the product of two years of hard work by our 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 and equally pleased to see a very good number of students who have now secured leading apprenticeships with local and national companies, that combine work with studying for a degree.
These A Level results are the very best the School has ever achieved and a 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, that they too can achieve highly in our outstanding sixth form.”
GCSE Results 2017
The Crypt School has recorded an outstanding set of GCSE results. 80.1% of grades were awarded either an A*, A or B (including the new grades 9-7), with 54% of grades at the top A*-A level (including the new grades 9-7). 58.9% of students gained 5 or more A*-A grade passes (including the new grades 9-7). The School’s Progress 8 figure, published in October, was 0.43: this means that the School adds almost half a grade onto each pupil’s expected attainment between the end of Year 6 (KS2) and the end of Year 11 (KS4).
The top performing students were: Joe Layzell, Dan Nash, George Barker, James Tuckey, Ben Brown and Matt Nash who all achieved 10 A*-A grades (including 9-7); and Mark Billingham, Edward Todd and IsaacTrickey who all gained 9 A*-A (including 9-7).
The Headmaster, Nicholas Dyer was delighted with the results, commenting: “These are very impressive results indeed, especially so given the changes to both the English and Maths courses and grading system this year. The students in Year 11 and their teachers should be extremely pleased. GCSE results in Maths, under the reformed GCSE course and grading system, were particularly strong with 78% gaining grades 9-7 (A*-A) and of those sitting the Further Maths GCSE the results were 93.5% A^, A* & A. Physics and Chemistry results were both 74% A*-A, whilst Biology results stood at 81% A*-A and Geography recorded 68% A*-A grades. Crypt School 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.”
% A*-A (including 9-7): 53.4%
% A*-B (including 9-6): 80.1%
% achieving 5+ GCSEs including English and Maths: 97.4%
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