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Gable Hall delighted at A Level results

THIS is the 3rd year in a row in which 100% of students who sat Advanced Levels have achieved at least one pass and we are delighted with this outcome.

91% of students gained 2 or more A Level passes, a rise from 87% in 2014. The average grade per A Level entry is a C. Vocational points rose significantly from 570 per student (2014) merit to 631 points (2015). This means that the average vocational grade is now a distinction.

Notable individual success stories include:

Holly Firmin (ex-Gable Hall) 2 A*s (History and Psychology)and 1 A (English Literature) and is off to Cambridge; Holly Anderson (ex-Gable Hall) 2 As (English Literature and History) and 1 B (Government & Politics): Chloe Trigg (ex-Gable Hall) 1 A* (Psychology), 1 A (History) and 1 C (Biology).

Those pictured below from left to right are:

Liam Carson 1 A* (Psychology), 3 Bs (History, Government & Politics and English) is off to Newcastle University.

Sam Hall 2 As (History and Psychology) and 1 C (Biology) has been accepted at Surrey University.

Michael Woods 1 B (Psychology), 1 D (Maths) is commencing full time employment.

Tom Willis 1 B(Psychology), 1 C (Biology) and 1 D (Physics) and is also commencing full time employment.

Tim Marley 3 A*s (Further Maths, Maths and Physics) and 1A (Chemistry) and is off to Imperial College.

Mrs Marley (mother of Tim Marley) said “I am so proud of my son Tim. I haven’t stopped crying”. Tim himself said he was just ‘relieved’ with his results.

We are particularly proud of the six students who gained triple distinctions at BTEC Sport Level 3 namely:

Ryan Gee (ex-Gable Hall), Richard Adeyinka (ex-St Clere’s), Jamie Age (ex-St Clere’s), Cain Brougham (ex-William Edwards), Tarren Dhariwal (ex-William Edwards), Ross Gleed (ex-Ormiston Park Academy).

80% of students secured places at their first choice of university destinations with a good number such as Chloe Trigg accepting a prestigious apprenticeship in Royal Bank of Scotland and James Daykin, who with 1 A and 2 Bs going on to an insurance apprenticeship in XL Caitlin in the City of London.

Headteacher, Dr Sophina Asong said: “Once again we are delighted with this set of results and are immensely proud of our hard-working students who have deservedly done well for themselves.

"We want to thank all of the staff at St Clere’s, Hassenbrook and Gable Hall School who have made all of this possible. We wish all our students the very best of fortunes, as they go on to university, apprenticeships and employment. We have some very proud parents here……”.

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