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Academic Results

A Level Results – Academic Year 2015/16

There was excitement in the air this morning as students finally received their long awaited A Level results.

Year 13 students nervously opened their envelopes which for many held the key to their future university studies.

The students’ hard work and dedication to their studies had paid off and nerves were replaced with squeals of delight.

Farringtons prides itself on ensuring each individual is given the support to fulfil his or her potential and the 7% increased success rate at A*- B level was great to see. The average point score for each student has also increased by 6%.

Many students’ grades exceeded their expectations, including overseas boarders Tony Zhang and Roger So. Tony achieved three A*s, one A and one B and Head Boy, Roger gained two A*s, two As and one B.  Both students also gained a grade B in their extended projects.  These students must be congratulated for achieving such outstanding results, as English is not their first language.

Dorothy Nancekievill, Head, said, “These great results have opened the gate to university study, in a wide range of subjects, and our students leave Farringtons as confident, capable and charming young people ready for the next stage of their development. The students, the staff and their parents deserve to be congratulated on a job well done.”

GCSE Results – Academic Year 2015/16

Students Celebrate Fantastic GCSE Results

Students at Farringtons had every right to celebrate this morning as they collected their eagerly awaited GCSE results.

With the national average of A* - C grades falling to its lowest level of 66.9% since 2008, Farringtons is able to boast a significantly higher pass rate with 81% of students gaining five or more GCSEs or equivalent including English and Maths.  The average points per candidate score rose by an impressive 21%.

Nationally, English GCSE results saw a dramatic decrease to 65.4% A* - C, but 99% of students who sat IGCSE English Language and/or Literature gained A* - C.  The Creative Arts Department (Art, Ceramics, Food & Nutrition, Graphics and Resistant Materials) also had impressive results with 98% of students receiving A* - C.

As a wide ability school, Farringtons prides itself on teaching and supporting each student to reach their full potential and many students exceeded their grade expectations. 

Head, Dorothy Nancekievill commented ‘It was a pleasure to see students receiving their grades this morning and I am delighted that the school results have improved significantly this year’.

University Destinations – September 2016