Our students at Queen's College recorded another set of outstanding A Level results in 2017.
Head Teacher, Dr Lorraine Earps, said Queen’s continued to achieve its goal of providing a gateway to university.
While she said the results overall were pleasing, Dr Earps highlighted the students’ performances in a number of key subjects.
In Maths, virtually half achieved A*-A grades, this figure rose to 55% for English and 80% for Further Maths.
Across the board, Queen’s had also seen an increase in the top A* grades.
Dr Earps added: “We are delighted that 16 students achieved at least three A* or A grades and 38 obtained A*-B grades.
“With over 80% papers graded at a grade C or higher and over 60% graded at grade B or higher, the majority of our students have three strong A Levels, giving them access to their chosen courses at the best universities.”
Dr Earps said she was particularly pleased with results for the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) in which Queen’s students obtained 70% A*, 80% A*/A and 90% A*-B.
She concluded: “Our results this year are testimony to the students’ hard work and commitment but also to the dedication of our wonderful teaching staff, who have provided them with such marvellous support.
“We have some fantastic success stories to celebrate and I have no doubt our leavers all have an incredibly bright future ahead of them.”
To see a breakdown of our A Level results for 2014-16, CLICK HERE