This year has produced another pleasing set of A Level and BTEC results for the Year 13 students of John Colet School. Consistently high quality teaching and learning has enabled our students to achieve success in their final exams. Whilst there are many excellent grades among the cohort, there are top individual performances of note. Our top achieving student is Ryan Parsons, Deputy Head Boy, who achieved 3 A Levels in Business Studies (A), History (A) and Maths (B). Ryan is due to begin working with a local employer next week in order to gain experience within the finance sector ahead of enrolling on his higher education course next year. Ella Ford achieved success in BTEC Art and Design where she was awarded a Distinction alongside two A Levels in Geography (A) and Maths (B). Both Estella Alvares and William Shirley achieved 3 B grades at A Level in Communication Studies, History and Sociology and Business Studies, English Literature and History, respectively. Both are progressing on to Higher Education courses at university with Estella taking History, Philosophy and Ethics at Bath Spa. Conor Richardson, Head Boy, achieved the top award of Distinction* in his BTEC Art and Design along with A Levels in Biology and Chemistry. Mrs Fanchi, Head of Sixth Form, said "We are very proud of all the students for working hard and pursuing excellence in their A Level and BTEC studies and wish them the best of luck in their future careers. "
There were many happy students collecting GCSE results at John Colet School today. Top performances included Rebecca Lee (3 Grade 9/A*, 5 Grade 8, 1 Grade 7 and 1 Grade 6) "Unexpectedly amazed", Theo Rogers (3 Grade 9/A8, 3 Grade 8, 4 Grade 7 and 2 Grade 6), Emily Arama Sanchez (2 Grade 9, 2 Grade 8, 3 Grade 7, 3 Grade 6) "Really happy", Hannah Gormley (1 Grade 9, 4 Grade 8, 1 Grade 7, 4 Grade 6) "My results surpassed my expectations", Abby Tallarico (4 Grade 8, 4 Grade 7, 1 Grade 5), James Slawson (4 Grade 9, 1 Grade 8, 1 Grade A, 3 Grade 5/C) "'Woah! This is great!". Miss Wilkinson, Head of Year 11, said "I'm so happy for all the students collecting their results today." Patrick Harty, Headteacher, said "Given the huge change in the grading system is difficult to make comparisons with previous years, but overall JCS students have performed at a good level."
The exam results published in August 2018 can be seen below.
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