Students at South Wilts again excelled in A-Level examinations this year with an outstanding 78% of all A-Level results at A*, A or B grades, an improvement on previous years, according to Michele Chilcott, Headteacher.
The 154 girls who sat A-Levels, included 43 students gaining three or more A-Levels at grade A or A*: 29 students gained four A*/A grades in General Studies, Core Maths and EPQ with two students gaining five A*/A grades.
“We are pleased to celebrate our students’ exceptional achievements. These outstanding outcomes reflect the strength of the relationships between staff, students and parents, and these are particularly pleasing now the majority of subjects are linear A-Levels,” there Head added.Of all grades, 47% were A* or A, with 14.4% at A* and a pass rate of 100% A*-E.
UTC: outstanding performances
Salisbury-based South Wiltshire UTC celebrated A level and vocational results with many securing specialist university places and top apprenticeships.
The college achieved 100% pass rate in A level electronics, further maths and engineering, showing an improvement on last year’s results.
Many students take four A levels and achieved outstanding individual performances.
UTC Principal Joe Mulligan said: “These are a sound set of results, and we’ve seen an improvement in A levels and vocational qualifications on last year.”