Best ever set of results for Heathcote Sixth Form
Congratulations to all students at Heathcote School and Science College who are celebrating amazing success with their A Level and Level 3 BTEC results.
This is the best set of results ever, with an A Level A*-B grade percentage of 48%, with A*-C being 73% and A*-E 98%. Students achieved a provisional progress score of +0.21 meaning students gained nearly a quarter of a grade higher per subject at Heathcote compared to the national average. 100% A*-C was achieved in English Language, French, Art and Geography.
We also had fantastic success with our L3 BTEC vocational programmes this year in Business Studies and Sport, with 96% of students gaining at least 3 Distinction* or Distinction grades in their subject.
Both the Head Boy, Yousef Maait, and Head Girl, Eliza Ullersperger, gained outstanding results with Yousef having waited up all night for an early phone call from retiring Headteacher, Zoë Cozens, to confirm his 4 A*s and his place to read Medicine at Cambridge.
Incoming Headteacher, Emma Hillman, shared in the excitement and said:
"Huge congratulations to all the students on this best ever set of results. I know that everyone has worked phenomenally hard and these results reflect the ethos and commitment of the staff and students at this fully inclusive sixth form. I am thrilled to be coming to a school that is developing such hard-working and successful students who have gained places at prestigious universities and incredible apprenticeships."
Congratulations to all the Year 13 students. Here are some of the incredible results that make the school so proud:
Yousef Maait who gained A*A*A*A* in Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Arabic. He will be reading Medicine at the University of Cambridge.
Charlotte Mulcahy who gained A*AAAA in Maths, Chemistry, Biology, AS Further Maths and AS Psychology. She will be reading Natural Sciences at the University of Lancaster.
Hasacan Cifci who gained A*AB in Maths, Physics and Drama. He will be reading Physics at the University of Edinburgh.
Grace Hill who gained AAB in Sociology, Business Studies and English Language. She will be reading Applied Psychology at the University of Kent.
Mitchell Goldie who gained AAB in Sociology, Business Studies and Economics. He will be reading Applied Psychology at the University of Kent.
Emma Curzon who gained A*A*BA in English Literature, History, French and AS Drama. She will be reading English at the University of Birmingham.
Amber McIntyre who gained A*A*D in Maths, Further Maths and Chemistry, She will be reading Maths and Statistics at the University of Newcastle.
Yewande Abiodun who gained AAC in History, Economics and Psychology. She will be reading Law at University of Sussex.
Joseph Abraham who gained A*BC in Accounting, Maths and Physics. He will be reading Accounting and Finance at the University of Lancaster.
Hannah Green who gained ABB in Textiles, English Language and English Literature. She will be reading Product Design and Innovation at the University of the Arts of London.
Kira James who gained ABB in Chemistry, Biology and Psychology. She will be studying Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Surrey.
Megan Payne who gained ABB in Accounting, Business Studies and ICT. She will be starting an apprenticeship at KPMG.
Courtney Reid who gained ABB in Business Studies, English Literature and Economics. She will be studying English at the University of Loughborough.
Myles Braithwaite who gained ABB in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. He will be studying Materials, Science and Technology at University of Loughborough.
Tiernan Wilson who gained ABB in Chemistry, Physics and Maths. He will be studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Loughborough.
Tom Sawyer who gained ABB in Accounting, Economics and History. He will be starting an apprenticeship at Newton Investment Management.
Tabitha Ware who gained ABC in Psychology, History and Biology. She will be studying Psychology at University of Hertfordshire.
Eliza Ullersperger who gained ABC in PE, Biology and History. She will be studying Sports Science at University of Swansea.
A number of students achieved the highest grades possible in the BTEC extended diploma in Business and begin at various universities or will start apprenticeships after the summer break:
Adjoa – Saah Ossei
A number of students achieved the highest grades possible in the BTEC extended diploma in Sport and begin at various universities after the summer break:
Congratulations to all once again!