Fantastic A Level results!Posted on: August 18th - 2022
Langley Park School for Girls’ students and staff are celebrating a remarkable set of A-Level grades with 33% of all grades achieved being A*- A, and nearly 59% being A*- B grades.
So many of our 221 students achieved an impressive set of examination results, however the following all achieved a clean sweep of A*- A grades:
Natasha A; Rosie B; Louise C; Miranda C; Jenner C; Chloe D; Gwennan H; Maisie H; Gabrielle H; Alicia J; Brianna K; Erina K; Hugo L; Lily M; Eve M; Olivia P; Moyo S; Lucy S; Gabby S; Georgia S-S; Alex T-W; Isabelle W; Sarah Z.
Special mention must go to the students who have achieved A*A*A* in all three of their subjects:
Ayan J studying Biology, Chemistry and Further Mathematics
Mariya K studying Biology, Music and Psychology
Ella M studying German, Mathematics and Physics
Dance, Drama, French, Further Maths, German, Music and PE all achieved 100% A*- B grades.
English Literature, English Literature and Language, History, Photography, Politics and Spanish all achieved 100% A*- C grades.
Our vocational courses have enjoyed their best ever results. Of note, 15 students achieving either double or triple Distinction* grades.
Early analysis of the destinations achieved by this year’s cohort indicate above 86% have accepted their place at their first choice university of which 25% of these are with the prestigious Russell Group. We are enormously proud of Ayan and Brianna who will be joining an Oxbridge College in September. This year, there are a total of 10 students who have successfully passed the rigorous selection processes that is an entry to Medicine/Pharmacology/Veterinary.
For those who have opted to undertake the Apprenticeship route, confirmations are starting to come in including multinational firms such as Ernst & Young. We look forward to further confirmations in the coming weeks.
Headteacher, Katie Scott, said, ‘The achievements of our young people are remarkable in and of themselves. The academic standards that have been accomplished are exceptional. However, in the context of this being these students’ first ever set of public examinations, and the significant disruption that their education has suffered, they are, all the more remarkable! Credit must go not only to the young people and their families who have worked so hard, but also to the staff who have covered for each other and delivered extra classes to make up for the inevitable COVID absences over the last two years.’