GCSE & A Level Results Hull Collegiate School was pleased to announce another set of excellent GCSE and A level results for their Year 11 and Year 13 pupils. Hull Collegiate pupils did exceptionally well in their GCSEs this year. 42% of all grades were A*-A which is a tremendous achievement. 95% of pupils gained five or more A*-C GCSEs. Rebecca Glover, Headteacher said, “Many congratulations to all our pupils for their well deserved results. As a school we add a huge value to the education the pupils are receiving and it is pleasing to see so many achieve well above national standards. We strive for an all round education which meets the needs of children in the 21st century, preparing pupils for the next stage of their education.” The Year 13 A level results ensured pupils secured some of the most prestigious universities and courses in the country, including Cambridge. Anna Kelsall (4A*), who accepted her place to read Land Economy at Cambridge University, said, “I am thrilled with my results and very grateful to the teaching staff for all their support. I am feeling extremely positive about my future.” Many pupils expressed how happy and relieved they felt
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about obtaining the grades to secure their first choice of university, including Josh Hawkard (3A1B) who looks forward to joining York University to study Biomedical Sciences and Robert Sunley-Saez (1A*3A) to study Engineering at Durham University. Having achieved 4As, Libby Gould joined Newcastle University to begin a four year degree with Price Waterhouse Copper in Business, Accounting and Finance through the prestigious Flying Start degree programme. Mrs Glover said, “I am delighted to announce that the A level results this year are exceptional. Many of the pupils at the school have exceeded their target grades and the vast majority of pupils have achieved their first choice of university. 25% of all grades were A*-A and 80% A*- C. The school has achieved a value added of almost half a grade per pupil per subject, which is an outstanding achievement. The hard work that the pupils have put into their studies combined with the dedication of the teaching staff has resulted in highly commendable grades.”
The magazine of Hull Collegiate School for the academic year 2016 to 2017.