Thursday 20th August 2009 by C. Freeman
Brooke Weston is celebrating this year's exam results with an increase in top grades and 100% of students passing two or more A Levels. Nearly half of all exams were awarded an A or B grade and all those taking Further Maths, Philosophy and Ethics, eBusiness, Music Technology and Sport were awarded A grades, demonstrating excellence across a diverse range of subjects.
The average point score per student increased and there were some exceptional individual performances with one student gaining straight As in four A Levels and many others scoring multiple A and B grades to secure their places at university.
- 48% of all exams achieved an A or B grade (up from last year's 46%)
- 100% of students passed two or more A Levels (or equivalent)
- Average points score per student increased to 295 indicating that students leaving Brooke Weston have secured almost three Grade Bs.
- Boys and girls performed equally as well. There were 28 subjects offered comprising 24 A level and 4 BTEC qualifications
Principal, Trish Stringer said: 'Yet again these results reflect the exceptional hard work at Brooke Weston with all students leaving with two or more A Levels. The increase in both top grades and average point score per student once again demonstrates the dedication of our students and staff.'