Excellent A level results

 

 

PRESS RELEASE – PRESS RELEASE

16th August 2018

Excellent A Level Results at Brentwood County High School

Brentwood County High School is delighted to announce excellent results from their Sixth Form in 2018.

These results are testament to the hard work and close collaboration between staff, students and parents alike. Brentwood County High School, now part of The Osborne Co-operative Academy Trust, is delighted to see so many students achieving their well-deserved outcomes and venturing to many different career routes including prestigious universities, work based training and careers abroad.

Some highlights are:

The average grade achieved by our students at A-Level has significantly improved from the already good outcome in 2017, placing Brentwood County High School in the top 25% of all schools nationally.

Individual successes include;

  • Sofia Henderson (3xA*, 1xA) who will be reading History at the University of Oxford,
  •  Oscar Welford (4x A*) who has a place at Durham University to study Mathematics,
  • Deborah Millyard (2 A*, 1A, 1 BTEC Di*) who will be reading Law at the University of York.

Tom Marshall (2 A*, 1A), Isabel Norris (2 A*, 2A), Luke James (2 A*, 2A), Luke Adams (1 A*, 2 A), along with other students James Lawton and Emma Radley all received at least three A grades at A Level.

Among the School’s sporting heroes is Davis King, who achieved a Distinction* and two Distinctions in his BTEC Sport Qualifications. Davis will be heading to the William Penn University, Iowa, USA to take up a golf scholarship.

Six Year 12 students sat their A Level Maths exams a year early under the new specification, with all six achieving top grades including one who gained an A*.

The high expectations and rigorous support from Brentwood County High School staff and colleagues within The Osborne Trust have been paramount to this success. Going forward, Brentwood County High School will continue to develop their excellent sport qualifications with West Ham Football Club as well as setting up the ‘More Able and Talented’ programme in 2018.

Executive Headteacher, Mrs Hughes, commented, ‘I am delighted for each and every one of our students on these excellent results. The strong advice and guidance has been a focus for ensuring our students reach their full potential. Brentwood County High School has prepared them both academically and personally to embark on their chosen career paths with confidence and skill. Brentwood County High School will continue to provide positive progress and high academic performance in their Sixth Form’.