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A-level Results 2019

Once again students at Burford School have been celebrating some excellent A-level results.

A-level Results201720182019
Number of students7095122
% A*-E Grades1009997
% A*-C Grades837276
% A*-B Grades584950
% A*-A Grades312620

 

Once again students at Burford School have been celebrating some excellent A-level results.

‘We are delighted that our students have achieved another excellent set of results. We are particularly pleased to note that nearly half of all students achieved an A*/A in at least one subject with over three quarters of all grades being A* – C. The results are a reflection of the hard work our students and staff have put in over the last two years. This demonstrates once again what a consistently outstanding environment for learning Burford School provides.’

Mrs Kathy Haig Headteacher

 

Achievements

  • 44% of students achieved an A*/A in at least one subject
  • 22 students achieved at least two A*/A grades
  • 20% of all grades are A*/A
  • 50% of all grades are A* – B
  • Further Maths – 50% of grades A*/A
  • Maths – 70% of grades A* – B
  • Music 43% of grades were A*/A – which reflects the success of the Burford Institute of Music (BIM) and is one reason why Burford School has been awarded Platinum Artsmark – recognition that only a handful of secondary schools have achieved.

Four A*/A grades:

  • Toby Connolley – Economics, Maths, Further Maths, Physics going to Leeds University to study Mathematics
  • Isobel Landray – Biology, Maths, Further Maths, Extended Project going to Bath University to study Mathematics
  • Hugo Wong – Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chinese going to Warwick University to study Mathematics and Statistics

Three A*/A grades:

  • Funmilola Adeshina – Economics, History, Sociology going to Cambridge or UCL to read History
  • Carrie Bright – English, Geography, Religious Studies going to Bristol University to study Geography
  • Theo Genc – English, History, Maths going to study Law following a gap year
  • Harry Winks – Maths, Physics and Music going to study Music and Sound Recording on the Tonmeister course at Surrey University

Students accepted for Medicine

Abigail Netherwood & Lucie Robertson have both been accepted to read Medicine.  Abigail will be going to Bristol and Lucie to Nottingham.

 

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