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College Results Outstanding Again

Posted on 26th August 2014

As usual, Hereford Sixth Form College has produced another outstanding set of results.

60 % of A level entries resulted in an A*, A or B grade, 7 % above the national average while 28% were an A* or A grade, one of the highest for a sixth form college in thecountry. 93 students gained 3 grade As or better, with 38 achieving 4 grade As with 4 students gaining a remarkable 5 grade As at A level:

Yusuf Abdallah (Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School)

George Brandram-Jones (Monmouth School)

William Edwards (Wigmore High School)

Anna Gunther (Tenbury High School)

In addition, almost 950 first year students sat AS examinations also gaining superb results with 47% of entries resulting in A or B grades, over 7% above thenational average. 86 students gained at least 3 grade A’s or better, with 28 achieving 4 grade A’s while 3 students gained a remarkable 5 grade A’s at AS level:

Georgia Davies (Wigmore High School)

Eleanor Scott (Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School)

Rebecca Wozencraft (Llandrindod High School)

Principal, Jonathan Godfrey, said, “I am delighted the hard work of staff and students has been rewarded with these outstanding results and the College has maintained its position as one of the top sixth form providers in the country. Students continue to achieve grades which compare with those in top independent or selective schools. Our top 100 candidates gained a staggering 92.0 %  A*/A/B grades  and 68.4 A*/A  grades per A level entry while students of all abilities gained significantly better grades than they would be expected to achieve on the basis of prior performance at GCSE.”