Crompton House head salutes another 'excellent' year for A level results
Date published: 14 August 2020
Crompton House students Eleanor Curley and Erin Barker celebrate their results
The students at Crompton House School celebrated another excellent set of grades in their A level results.
The students achieved an impressive 98.7% pass rate for all A levels.
This could well move up to a 100% following appeals.
A total of 23% of all A level grades achieved were A*-A and nearly half of all grades were at A*-B.
Some 89% of students planning to continue their studies next year are studying at their first choice of University, with another 6% offered their insurance place.
A total of 35% of students are going on to Russell Group Universities.
Student destinations include Molly Sikora attending the University of Oxford to study Earth Sciences, while Ella Simpson and Niall Kelly will be studying medicine at Newcastle University and Imperial College, London respectively.
Ciara Harrison will be studying interior design at De Montford University after achieving an A* in her Extended Project Qualification.
Philippa Bateman will be studying Law at Bristol, while Lilian Zhu will be studying Pharmacy at King’s College, London.
Adam Saville and Julian Bailey will be studying Music at the Royal Northern College of Music and Sonny Morgan will be beginning an apprenticeship with KPMG.
Outstanding results include Niall Kelly achieving three A* grades and one A grade and Ella Simpson achieving two A* grades and two As.
Other exceptional results include Jennifer Hague (A*,A*,A,A), Molly Sikora (A*,A*,A), Thomas Wilcox (A*,A*,A,A), Maya Flores Boylan (A*,A*,A,A), Holly Mellor (A*,A,A,B), Alec Leedale (A*,A,A,B), Philippa Bateman (A*,A), Kate Lord (A,A,A,A), Jessica Hart (A*,A,B,B), Amelia Blackburn (A,A,A,B) and Nia Bennici (A,A, Distinction).
Crompton House headteacher Karl Newell said: "Our Year 13 students may not have sat their final exams, but the grades that they have received carry the same value as any other year and will allow them to compete on a level playing field with students from previous and future years.
"Over the past two years our A level students have grown in confidence as they have progressed academically, socially and as leaders within the school.
"They can now look forward to a bright future at university and beyond.
"Their excellent results confirm that the class of 2020 have worked incredibly hard over the last two years and deserve considerable praise for their efforts.
"The outstanding commitment of the Crompton House students, staff and parents has been reflected in the overall improvement in results compared to the previous year.”
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