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Results & Performance Tables
Bishop Challoner Sixth Form is proud to report another year of record results. A Level results improved again this year with a 98% pass rate, an 83% A*-C rate, an incredible 53% A*-B rate and a set of outstanding BTEC results. Particularly impressive is the amount of students achieving top grades, with the A*-A rate of 24.4% above the national average.
Students that merit a particular mention are Vicky Tham, who will study Mathematics at Kings College London with A*AA, Jon Tran, who will start his degree in Mathematics at Southampton with A*A*B and Emily Mac who will study Electronic and Information Engineering at Imperial with A*A*A. Callum Thomas, who achieved A*A*A and will be starting his Psychology degree at Bath in the Autumn praised the support he received from the school, saying: “I owe a great debt of gratitude to the teachers at Bishop Challoner. Their unrelenting focus on ensuring that students get the best of opportunities and teaching is a testament to the continual strong leadership of the school. Particular thanks go to Mr Barnsdale and Ms Carrier for their tireless efforts in the UCAS application process”
It has been an incredibly successful year for our artists, with 5 students leaving us to attend some of the best art schools in the country. Shamima Ahmed, Maria Verikas and Phuong Linh Hoang were accepted to Central St Martins, Suhita Kabir was accepted to Camberwell College of Art and Bren Sta ana will begin his degree at Ravensbourne later this year. Congratulations too to Daisy Dwomoh, who will soon start her degree in Medicine at the University of Liverpool.
Nasir Ismael, who has attended Bishop Challoner since Year 7, achieved an A and 3Bs and has been offered a full scholarship to Princeton University. Nasir is one of 62 students who have won scholarships to US universities via the Sutton Trust US Programme run in conjunction with the US-UK Fulbright Commission. He will fly to New Jersey to start his studies at the end of the month.
Executive Headteacher Niamh Arnull is “thrilled to bits with the results our students have achieved, which have enabled them to successfully begin university courses or their chosen pathways. Huge congratulations to our students and many thanks to the staff who have supported them so effectively."
Leaving destinations for our 2017 cohort include Birmingham, Princeton, Queen Mary, Imperial, Liverpool, Southampton, Kings, Warwick, UCL, Bath and Durham.
Follow the link below for the latest achievement and attainment tables on the School and College Performance Service website. A 2016 Results Breakdown is available as a PDF at the bottom of this page.