Another pleasing year for A level results
Bryanston pupils are celebrating as their hard work pays off with another pleasing year for A level results.
Over 48% of all grades were at either A* or A; languages had a particularly strong year with 100% of all pupils taking German, Modern Greek, Greek, and Latin achieving either A* or A. Other highly performing subjects include History of Art (75% A*/A), Religious Studies (62% A*/A), English (61% A*/A), Mathematics (57% A*/A) and Physics (53% A*/A).
The creative tradition continues to thrive at Bryanston with impressive results in Music (100% A*–B), Design and Technology (95% A*–B), Fine Art (88% A*–B), Art: 3D (80% A*–B), and Theatre Studies (71% A*–B).
On an individual basis, 28 pupils achieved three A grades or above and 35 pupils achieved at least one A*. Six pupils gained a minimum of 3 A*s or better with two gaining 4 A*s or more.
Sarah Thomas, Head of Bryanston, commented: “After a summer of doom-laden prophecies about examination outcomes, it is with huge delight and some relief that we see our pupils do their very best and indeed in very many cases excel themselves at A level. The summer started promisingly with pleasing IB results on 6 July and draws to a close with the more traditionally British timing of A level, AS, and next week’s GCSE results. The longer I do this job, the clearer it becomes to me that days such as today are not about statistics, however we may pore over them internally; they are much more about individual plans and individual futures. Hence the delight that the next steps are already clear for so many Bryanstonians, off to their universities of choice and to carry on with a fulfilling life. I congratulate them all upon their achievements thus far and look forward to hearing of their new adventures in due course.”