A Level Results 15 August 2019
A Level Results Headlines
· A*-B% 51%
· A*-C% 80%
· A*-E% 99%
St Martin’s School celebrate excellent A Level results with over a half of the grades awarded being the very top A*-B grades. Some of our top achieving students are listed below:
- Benjamin Plumb who achieved A*A*AA (Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics), Ben will be studying Chemistry at Durham University.
- Jacob Crawley who achieved A*AA (Economics, Computing and Maths); Jacob will be studying Computer Science at the University of Sheffield.
- Callum Gillespie who achieved A*AA (Photography, Computing and Maths); Callum will be studying Computer Science at University of Southampton.
- Joshua Turner who achieved A*AA (Economics, History and Maths); Josh will be studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Durham University.
- Ryan Walshaw who achieved A*AA (German, History and Politics); Ryan will be studying History and German at the University of Oxford.
- Rebecca Warwick who achieved A*AA (Psychology, History and English Literature); Rebecca will be studying her chosen course of Film Studies at the University of Warwick.
- Cameron White who achieved A*AAB (Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing); Cameron will be studying Computer Science at Loughborough University.
- Sarah Duffy who achieved AAAA (Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Textiles); Sarah will be studying Environmental Policy with Economics at the London School of Economics.
- Emma-Marie Edwards achieved AAA (English Literature, Geography and Philosophy); Emma will be studying her chosen course of Philosophy at Durham University.
- Matthew Hills achieved AAA (Economics, History and Politics); Matthew will go on to study Law at the University of Nottingham.
- Miles Reeves achieved AAA (Business, Economics and Politics); Miles will be studying Investment and Financial Risk Management at City University.
Quotation from Head of Sixth Form Mrs Howells
‘All the staff at St Martin’s School are incredibly proud of the results the students have gained this year. There are some stand out performances, both academically, and in terms of how much progress individuals have made over the two years, however, all the students should be proud of what they have achieved and what opportunities it opens up to them going forward. It is a very exciting time as the students move onto employment or higher education courses or apprenticeships and we wish them the best of luck in all that they do’.