Stowupland High School: A Level results 2018

Stowupland High School is a community sixth form and our A Level students are once again celebrating excellent results at A Level. The majority of students were awarded grades A*- C and over ninety-five percent secured grades A*- E. Such results bear testament to the quality of the partnership between students, staff and parents and we are delighted.

Amidst A Level reform and national debate, our students have risen to the challenge; their achievements demonstrate high levels of application and commitment across the Arts, Humanities and Sciences. Of particular significance this year have been the high percentage of grades at Distinction or better in Art, Health Care, Information Technology and Sports Science. Such grades bear testament to the independence, practical skills and knowledge demonstrated on a daily basis within and outside the classroom. It is clear that Stowupland students are going to thrive in employment, apprenticeships or at university.

The Headteacher, Wendy Baster, added: Our students have been exceptional in every sense of the word – as role models, mentors, community ambassadors and fundraisers – and it is really good to see them being successful and securing places at universities and with other providers across the country. They deserve our warmest congratulations.

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