A Level Results Stoke Park School

Students and Staff at Stoke Park School Celebrate a Strong Set of A Level Results

Students and staff at Stoke Park School are celebrating a strong set of A level results which have ensured that a greater percentage of students than ever have secured the very top grades of A* or A.

Students at Stoke Park School study A levels across a wide range of subjects including more traditional academic subjects and vocational subjects. A strong study ethic combined with highly effective teaching and learning practice and outstanding facilities has ensured that the overwhelming majority of Post 16 students have achieved the grades required to secure their first choice university place.

An impressive 58% of grades secured by Stoke Park students studying academic A levels were A*-C.

Just a Few of This Year's Individual Success Stories include:

Khizrah Ayub who secured a grade A* in Chemistry, A in Biology and A in Mathematics and will progress to Aston University to study Optometry.

Milena Damjanovic who achieved a grade A in Economics, A in Psychology and Distinction* in Business and will move on to study Economics and Business at Coventry University.

Simone Desi who secured a grade A in English Literature, B in Media and B in Creative Writing and will progress to Kings College London to study English Literature.

Kathryn Williams who achieved a grade A in Media, B Creative Writing and C in English Literature and will study English at Leicester University.

Sageetha Sambasivam who achieved a Distinction* in Business, Distinction in IT and grade C in Mathematics and will progress to Birmingham City University to study Accountancy and Finance.

Leader of Post 16, Caroline Kirk commented “Despite the fact that A levels are reported to be becoming increasingly difficult, our students have exceeded all expectations yet again and secured high grades. We are especially pleased that the vast majority of our students have secured their first choice place at university. They have worked hard and deserve their success and we wish them well on their onward journey”