Students from Kineton High School celebrated excellent results in August 2019 with increases in outcomes in key headline measures.
Congratulations to all Year 11 students at Kineton High School who achieved some fantastic results this year. We are delighted that we have sustained results in English and Mathematics that are significantly above the National (2018) headline measures for good and standard passes. There are many individual success stories across the school both in terms of grades achieved and the progress students have made since joining us. We are very proud of all our students and the wonderful young people they’ve become. Many of them will join our Sixth Form next year; to those leaving us for next steps, we wish them all the very best.
Notable results: Noah Wild; Josephine Jenkins; Gabriel Doe; Nancy Whelan; Edward Briggs; Oliver Wilkinson; Ella Dyson and Katlin Marriott all gained an average grade of 7+ across all GCSE subjects. With some exceptional individual results notably: Noah Wild achieved 8 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s and 1 grade 7 plus an A* in Further Maths. Nancy Whelan achieved 2 grade 9s, 1 distinction *, A* in Further Maths; 2 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s, 1 grade 6, 1 grade 5. Josephine Jenkins gained 7 grade 8s, A* in Further Maths, 2 grade 7s and 1 grade 6. Gabriel Doe gained 4 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s, 1 grade 7, 1 grade 6 and 2 grade 5s.
Congratulations to Year 13 students at Kineton High School. A strong set of results in a year where all students sat at least 3 A Levels or equivalent qualifications in a wide range of subjects. We are delighted that 80% students who applied to university secured their places after achieving impressive grades; notably: Charlie Camp who goes to Birmingham to read History, Charlie Horton to Worcester to study Law and Criminology, George Flynn to Coventry for Business Management, Louis O’Farrell who goes to Oxford Brookes to research Computer Science for Cyber Security and Lucy Waters heads to Reading to study Primary School teaching with English.
Ms Bridge, Headteacher, congratulated students saying “Well done to all our students; we wish them the very best in the next stage of their lives. Thank you to staff and of course parents for their dedication and support.”
Ms Loveridge, Head of Kineton Sixth said “I am delighted that the hard work of our dedicated students has been rewarded with many of our students accepting places at their first choice university, many of which feature in the Top 40 universities in the country. I wish them all the best for the future”.
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