Highest A-Level results to date for this year’s King’s Ely sixth formers
PUBLISHED: 16:37 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:37 16 August 2018
Almost half of all A-Level grades achieved at King’s Ely this year are A*s and A’s.
Forty-seven per cent A-Level grades achieved were A* or A, 75 per cent were graded A* to B, 89 per cent were graded A* to C and 99 per cent of all students achieved A* to E. The number of students who achieved A* grades also increased to 18 per cent this year.
The majority of the results are the highest ever achieved by King’s Ely students, with 22 per cent of pupils achieving all A* or A grades in their subjects and 51 per cent achieving all A* to B grades in their subjects.
Students who achieved all A* and A grades were Martha Bent (A*, A*, A), William Black (A, A, A, A AS Further Maths), Sebastian Carberry (A*, A, A), Zoe Danes (A*, A, A), James Graver (A, A, A, A AS Further Maths), Elizabeth Hall (A*, A*, A, A), Sonia Kasprzak (A*, A, A), Eric Lin (A*, A*, A, A), Robinson Lyu (A*, A*, A, A), Emily Moore (A, A, A), Jelena Rois (A*, A*, A*), Olivia Rosenberg (A*, A, A, A), Carlotta Rosenthal (A*, A*, A, A, A), Vicky Shang (A*, A, A), and Kayla Wang (A*, A*, A*, A).
William, Sebastian, Sonia and Carlotta also took the extended project qualification, achieving A* and A grades as well.
Carlotta was only 16 at the time of taking her exams.
Sue Freestone, principal of King’s Ely, said: “These results are fantastic. This resourceful and determined group of hard-working young adults, and the staff and parents who have supported them throughout their educational journey have done a first-rate job. We are very proud of them.”
Jane Thomas, vice-principal academic of King’s Ely, added: “This year group faced the challenges of new linear, reformed A Levels in all of their subjects.
“Inevitably, new examination specifications bring an element of uncertainty for both teachers and students therefore we are particularly delighted with these results.”
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