2019 A Level Results
Sixth Form students at The Bishops’ Blue Coat Church of England High School are celebrating a wide range of successes. The challenging and enriching courses have made the most of individual strengths leading to Edinburgh, Bristol, degree level apprenticeships and the University of Cambridge.
This year’s results showed how well students are prepared for further education and employment with 63% of all grades awarded being between A*-C. This year sees students embark on top university courses from arts to technology and also to prestigious degree level apprenticeships with organisations such as Airbus.
Head Boy, Rupert achieved four A* grades in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Further Mathematics and will go on to study Engineering at Cambridge University.
Head Girl, Georgina gained an A* in Geography, A in Design Technology and B in English Language and Literature and will to go complete a degree level apprenticeship in Project Management at Raytheon.
James achieved an A* in Mathematics and three grade As in Biology, Physics and Further Mathematics and will go on to complete degree level Accountancy apprenticeship.
Head of Sixth Form, Stephen Moffatt, said “We pride ourselves on nurturing all our students through their journey with us and supporting them as they choose their future pathways. This year we celebrate a wide variety of higher level studies. William will study Adult Nursing at Chester University, Luke will begin as a degree level engineering Apprentice at Airbus, Charles will study Geography at Bristol University and Esme will study Performance Costume Design at Edinburgh University.”
“Our students thoroughly deserve their success following two years of hard work and commitment. Today proves that our 25 different study programmes and enrichment courses open the doors for students to progress to the full range of further education and employment opportunities. I value all of our students for the role they played in our Sixth Form community and we them every success in the future.”