A Level Results 2018

Students and staff at The Howard School are today celebrating excellent A Level results, with many students once again achieving outstanding grades and going on to top universities.

Another superb pass rate was achieved, including at the highest grades. These results show significant progress for the students of the school, improving on the already high standards set last year. Value added is strongly positive, indicating that in The Howard sixth form students make stronger progress than the average from GCSE to A Level. Most importantly perhaps, many students have secured places at universities of their choice, including some of the most prestigious in the country.

Headteacher Mr Millar said: “I am very proud of The Howard School students’ achievements. There are fantastic results across the board, for which students have worked extremely hard. I would like to offer all our students my warmest congratulations and on their behalf thank their teachers and parents for the contribution to making these results possible.”

There were many examples of outstanding individual performances. These include amongst many others:

Student

Results

Going to…

Edgars Rutkovskis

Business Studies (A); Finance (A); Russian (A); Sociology (A); Law (Dist*)

University of Kent to study Accounting, Finance and Economics

Dylan Roe

Maths (A); Physics (A); Further Maths (B); Chemistry (C)

Nottingham Trent University to study Mathematics

Caleb Rodrigues

English Language (A); Media (A); Graphics (C)

Anglia Ruskin University to study Film Studies

Jack Poore

English Language (A); Maths (B); Physics (C)

University to study Mathematics

Ellen Reichard

Criminology (A); Law (Dist*); Sociology (B)

Gap year to travel

Alice Abbott

Performing Arts (Dist*/Dist); Music (Dist); English (C)

University to study Performing Arts

Cameron Falconar

Performing Arts (Dist*/Dist); Music (Dist*); English (C)

University of West London to study Music

Thomas Bishop

Criminology (A); Law (Dist*); Media (B); Sociology (B)

Gap year to travel

Lewis Winch

Art (A); Graphic Design (B); Sociology (C)

University of Creative Arts to study Architecture

Louis Drysdale

English (B); Geography (B); History (C)

Gap year then further study

Mr Millar continued: “This year continues to build on our established record of success across the whole range of subjects, academic and creative, arts, sciences and mathematics. The results our students have gained this year will ensure they are equipped to succeed in the ever-changing world we live in. We wish The Howard School graduates this year every success for the next stage of their education.”

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A Level Results 2018