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The Regis School Students Celebrate ‘Best Ever’ Results for the 2nd Year Running

The Regis School Students Celebrate ‘Best Ever’ Results for the 2nd Year Running

Sixth Form students at The Regis School are today celebrating ‘best ever’ A Level and Level 3 Vocational results which show significant increases on previous years.

Overall, half of all grades achieved top A*-A grades, 65% were awarded the top A*-B grades and 82% awarded A*-C.

At A Level, 48% of grades were awarded A*-B, a rise of 14% from 2016 and double the percentage from 2015.  At A*-C, there was also a significant rise to 71%, a rise of 13% from 2016.

A Level grades were particularly impressive in Further Maths, History, English Literature, Art & Design and Textiles

Vocational performance likewise saw continued strong performance with 83% of all grades D*-D and a 100% pass rate overall.

The school’s Sports Academy continued to produce outstanding results with 45 Distinction Stars and 9 Distinctions. 

Amongst those celebrating A Level results are:

  • Connor Gormley achieving 3 A* grades and intends to study English at Exeter University;
  • Emily Jays who achieved 2 Bs, a D and a D* in PE and intends to study History at Manchester University
  • Esme Picton achieving A*, A, B and intends to study English at the University of Leeds;
  • Julie Malinowska achieving an A, 2 Bs and a C and intends to study Law at the University of Warwick;
  • Bailey Patten achieving A*, A, C and intends to study Product Design at Brighton University;
  • Alex Ralf who achieved triple D* in PE and D* in Drama and intends to study Sport at Southampton University;
  • Ross Girling who achieved triple D* in PE and intends to study Sport at Chichester University.

Congratulating students on their results, Siobhan Hook, Head of Sixth Form at The Regis School said:

“These best ever results are well-deserved by an incredibly hardworking and able year group who have shown an excellent commitment to their studies. I am immensely proud of them and would like to wish them every success in their chosen university and career choices. I am confident that they will continue to excel and make a significant contribution in their chosen fields.”

Mike Garlick, Principal of The Regis School, added:

“Our Sixth Form students have once again showed that hard work pays off and I am delighted that their commitment and talent has been recognised in these results. These grades will allow them to go on to university or high-level careers of their choice.

“We continue to offer a diverse range of Level 3 courses that meet the needs of our students and our results in A Level and Vocational courses show our continued and significant year-on-year improvements.”

“We have a popular Sixth Form at The Regis School and these results demonstrate the very positive outcomes that our students are able to achieve here. I congratulate all of them and thank our staff for the significant contribution they make to ensuring ‘The Best in Everyone!’

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Posted: Aug 17, 2017,
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