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A level Results 2016


Press Release Wrotham School A level Results 2016 


Wrotham School ‘A’ level results 2016


Wrotham School are pleased to congratulate our 6th form students on achieving the school’s best results ever. Our students have worked exceedingly hard this year to rise to the challenge of completing their academic and vocational A levels at increasingly higher standards. At Wrotham School we have taken significant steps in the last year to improve the provision that our students receive and this year we can see the strong impact this has had.


We proudly congratulate all of our students and staff on making these rapid gains in attainment and we will enjoy celebrating with our students as they continue their success at university, in apprenticeships and in the workplace.


results day 2016


Picture: Jonathon Farmer A/ A/C




Some of the highlights are as follows:



In year 13 at A2 level, we have achieved our best ever results with 83% of students achieving A*-C and 65% of these achieving A*-B. 99% of all students achieved an A-E grade in all subjects.


At A2, our Art, Business, History, ICT, Media, Performing Arts, Applied Science, Photography and sport departments all achieved 100% A-C success rate.


In year 12 at AS level 76% of students achieved A*-C grades at AS level; 53% of these were A*-B grades.


65% of our academic A level students achieved A*-C with 100% of BTEC students achieving the same benchmark standard.



This year saw the majority of our Year 13 students receive offers from universities around the country in a variety of subject areas. Amongst the many students who will be celebrating are: Henry Brown who is going to read Games Programming at Bournemouth; Joshua Bye who is going to read History at Bournemouth; Alys Horsfall who will be reading Interactive Media Design at Hertfordshire; Kala Lewis who will be reading Sociology at Nottingham Trent; Lauren Sparshott who will read Computer and Cyber Forensics at Gloucestershire; Megan Storey who will read English Literature and Social History at Brighton; and William Wall who will be reading Software Engineering at Greenwich.


As a particularly special achievement, Nisha Wiseman in year 10 sat her AS level Maths early and achieved an A* scoring incredibly high marks in her final paper. This is an exceptional achievement from Nisha who once again shows that there is no limit on how well the young people at Wrotham School can achieve at all stages.


Kind regards



Mrs K James

Director of 6th form


Mr M. Cater



Mr M Wright

Executive Headteacher