It has been another stand-out year for Bright World students receiving their A-Level and GCSE results this week. Find below some of the fantastic results shared by our partner schools. From all of us here in the Bright World team, we couldn't be prouder of our students!
Congratulations to MPW 2021 A level students in Cambridge, Birmingham and London. MPW students achieved 63% A/A* and 83% A*to B. MPW tell us that they are very proud of their students not just for their outstanding results, but for the strength of character and perseverance that got them there!
Padworth College is celebrating this year’s Year 13 graduating students, who achieved an impressive set of A Level results. Overall, 78% of grades awarded were A*-B, while 59% of all grades achieved were A*-A grade. Students are now finalising their university choices, with over 60% of the cohort securing places at Russell Group universities.
Students in the Sixth Form at the Stephen Perse Foundation have achieved outstanding results in this year’s A Levels with 51% achieving the top A* grade, 81% A*-A, 91% achieving A*-B, and 29% of students achieving at least three subjects at A*.
Students at the Stephen Perse Foundation have received superb results in this year's GCSEs. 46% of all entries were graded at the highest grade 9, 72% of GCSEs graded 8 or 9, 87% of GCSEs graded 7, 8 or 9, and 10% of the student cohort achieved at least 10 GCSEs at grade 9.
St Francis’ College is celebrating another impressive set of A-level results. This year over 78 % of students received A*-A grades and 95% A*-B grades. 100% of the cohort will progress to their first choice university; 16% into Oxbridge and 67% of year group with all A/A*.
Meanwhile, St. Francis’ GCSE students achieved outstanding results: 50% are grades 9-8 and 73% are grades 9-7.
It has been a year of fantastic A level and GCSE results for students at Burgess Hill Girls. 95% of students have already secured a place at their first-choice institution and will be going on to study a variety of subjects, from Robotics Engineering at the University of Bath to Accounting and Finance at the London School of Economics and Classics at the University of Cambridge.
Truro High School for Girls, Cornwall UK is celebrating a year of phenomenal results. 74% of all A Level passes at A*/A, 90% of all passes at the school were at grades A*-B with more than half of the year group achieving straight A*/As in every A Level exam they sat.
Students were also happy to receive almost a quarter of all GCSE passes at the very highest grade 9, and see that students across the year achieved up to 1.5 grades higher than the data predicted, demonstrating impressive academic growth.
"We are especially proud of our international students who have achieved fantastic results and will be heading off to some of the world’s leading universities to study everything from Medicine to Business Management."
Shiplake’s Class of 2021 received their Sixth Form results, with international pupils among six who received 3A*s (or equivalent), and are heading to University of Warwick and University College London.
70% of grades were A*-A or equivalent, 85% A*-B and 98% were A*-C. Particular mention to Biology, Chemistry and History for 100% A*-B grades, both French candidates received A*s and Drama’s three candidates achieved A*-As. Meanwhile GCSE students received 27% of grades at 9-8, 47% of grades 9-7, 69% grades 9-6 and 97% grades 9-4.
At least 94% of pupils are expected to go to their university of choice, with Exeter, Nottingham and Loughborough featuring highly, and one pupil going to Princeton University in the United States.
Harrogate Ladies College has enjoyed a brilliant year with A level results at 43% A*; 69% A*-A, 83% A*-B, GCSE results at 25% grade 9; 41% grade 9-8; 62% grade 9-7. 82% of Harrogate Ladies pupils have achieved their first choice of university.
Overall, a quarter of all GCSE grades at the school were at the highest level of grade 9; 62% were grades 9-7 grades, and 95% were 9 to 4 grades. Pupils also achieved a clean sweep of top 9-7 grades in Further Mathematics, French, Spanish, Latin and Textiles.