Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students for their dedication and success which has resulted in Kingsmeadow achieving their best ever set of results.
54% of students have achieved a standard pass in both English and Maths.
70% of students have achieved a standard pass in English.
Progress is significantly above the national averages according to the most recent data.
Particular successes include the following:
Alaa Alzofiri managed an average grade above 7 and grade 9 in English Literature.
Thomas Robinson and Rebecca Harbertson have achieved an average of two grades above the national average in all subjects.
Charlotte Moran achieved positive progress in all areas and 7 or equivalent in English Language, English Literature, Sport and History.
Kingsmeadow 6th form are delighted to share the excellent results achieved by A Level and Level 3 BTEC students this year; with a 100% pass rate. 95% of all grades were A*-C with 62% achieving A*-B. The vast majority of students successfully secured their first choice university course.
Students’ hard work throughout their time in the Sixth Form has paid off with the majority now looking forward to progressing onto university.
Having received positive results across the board, there were some stand out individual successes.
Niall Wilson achieved an A* in Psychology, and A’s in both Chemistry and Biology. He has accepted a place in Biomedical Science at Newcastle University.
Maia Atkinson achieved a Distinction* in Business and Distinctions in both Sport and Science. She will be studying Nursing at Northumbria University.
Emma Crombie gained a Distinction* in Business and B grades in both English and Psychology. She will be taking Psychology at Northumbria University.
Rebecca Smailes gained a Distinction* in Business and Distinctions in both Sport and Science. She intends studying to be a Paramedic at Sunderland University.
Lewis Ormston gained a Distinction* in ICT and B grades in both Maths and Government & Politics. He intends following a Business, Accountancy & Finance course at Newcastle University.