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A-level 2018

A-level 2018

Congratulations to Great Marlow School (GMS) students on a very good set of results, in their A-levels and vocational courses, at the end of Year 13.

Celebrations have been in full flow at GMS today as students received their results. There were scenes of great excitement as nearly two thirds of students achieved grades A*-C in their A2 examinations and a significant percentage of grades were at A*-B or the vocational equivalent.

Lauren Walker achieved an A* in Maths and A grades in Spanish and Psychology

Tom Asplin achieved A grades in Biology and PE and a B grade in Chemistry

Shannon Darroch achieved A grades in Ancient History and Law and a B in History

Kieran Sparks achieved A grades in Biology and Psychology and a C in Chemistry

Mollie Coker- Harris achieved A grades in Business Studies and Geography and a C in Psychology   

Tom Bullock achieved an A in Maths and B grades in Physics and Chemistry

Natalie Wright achieved an A in Law and B grades in Geography and Psychology

Wiktoria Zapadka achieved an A* in Textiles, a B grade in Art and a C in Media Studies

Sam Shaw achieved an A in Statistics, a B grade in PE and a C grade in Psychology

James De Laurenzy achieved an A in Maths, a B in Physics and a C in Computer Science

Eddie Allen achieved an A grade in Graphics, a B grade in Maths and a C grade in Physics    

Tabby Moss achieved an A* in the Extended Project, an A grade in Textiles and a C in Media Studies

Mr Kevin Ford, Headteacher said, “Another great year for Sixth Form students at Great Marlow School. The percentage of students achieving grades A*-B and A*-C was once again very positive. These results demonstrate that the school is continuously providing high quality education and, very importantly, all students feel challenged and supported to achieve their very best.

We wish all our students every success as they progress to the next phase of their lives and thank them for their contribution to the cultural and social life of the school. In addition, I would like to thank all staff at the school, as these results are testament to their dedication and hard work. The achievements of this cohort of students will continue to inspire future generations.”

The Director of Sixth Form, Owen Hollyman, commented on the year group: “The students have achieved in their academic performance, in their contribution to the life of the school and in the Marlow community. Year 13 students should be justifiably proud of their achievements.

We are delighted that so many have been successful in attaining university places on some of the most competitive courses in the country including the top Russell Group universities such as Birmingham, Southampton, Nottingham. Other universities, which students selected, were Leicester, Royal Holloway, Leeds and Loughborough.

A number of students have taken up very significant apprenticeship positions, one student, Jake Hickey, was particularly successful as he has earned a place at the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield on their Location Sound Recording Course, this school is the number one film school in the UK.

Some students were able to overcome really challenging personal circumstances to achieve excellent results. This was due to the support and guidance given to them by the school, their families and to their own diligence. Well done to all involved.

Finally, very best wishes to all the students as they move on to university, prestigious apprenticeships or employment.”

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