Gosford Hill School Congratulates its 2020 A Level Students
Sixth Form students at Gosford Hill are celebrating their A Level grades after what has been a challenging year. The students’ hard work and dedication has resulted in 7% of all grades being A* and a fifth of all grades being an A*/A, which is a tremendous result. We are also very pleased that 41% of grades were A*-B, 76% were A*-C and overall 98% were graded.
Special congratulations go to Sierra Herring, Aaron Wardley and Hamish Munro who all achieved A*s and A grades. Sierra will be studying Geography at LSE, Aaron is going to study Physics at the University of Sheffield and Hamish will study Engineering at the University of Warwick.
Sierra, Aaron and Hamish each achieved A* and A grades!
Imogen Hunt achieved A*AB in English Literature, French and History and will study International Relations at the University of Birmingham. Lily Cowlishaw (A*BB) is very proud and is going to study English at Oxford Brookes University. Josh Pipkin (AAB) and Liepa Moisejeva (A*AB) are intending to go to the University of Bristol to study Biology.
We are very pleased with our individual subject results. Students in Further Maths performed particularly well with 50% achieving A*/A grades! Computer Science students are also celebrating with 50% achieving A/A* grades.
In Art we had 100% of students achieving A*- B and in Maths over a third of students achieved an A/A* grades. Our students were naturally delighted and all expressed their gratitude to their teachers. Hamish said “I am looking forward to starting Uni at Warwick.” He added he was grateful to his teachers as “they were really supportive and always available to help.” Liepa was “surprised and very happy with her results”. Sierra thanked her teachers for all their hard work and is nervously excited about going to University and her next steps
We are very proud of our student’s achievements and wish them all the very best in their next steps in life. We also want to thank family and friends for all of the support they gave our students while in our Sixth Form and to all the staff who have worked tirelessly to support the students.