RESULTS (SUMMER 2019)
The progress our students make from their starting point in both A level and Btec is above the national average.
The Jo Richardson sixth form is proud of all its students and their progress during the time with us.
YEAR 13 A LEVEL
100% of our students passed all their A level exams. 86% of results were C or better, this is considerably above the national average of 75%. Our A*-B rate is 51%, matching the national average.
YEAR 13 BTEC
100% of Btec students achieved Distinction* or Distinction grades for their extended diplomas. This is a proud achievement; our Btec results are always among the best in the country.
YEAR 12 AS LEVEL
In 2019 students each took one AS level equivalent, EPQ or CeFS. A*-C grades for CeFS – 97% A*-C grades for EPQ – 91%
Please note that for A level and AS levels grades from A* – E are full pass grades, in contrast to GSCE.
RESULTS AND DESTINATIONS HIGHLIGHTS (2019)
Many students have gained the high grades of A*, Distinction* and A:
Josephina Muskollari achieved A* A* B and is going to Warwick to study biomedical science.
Karolina Derlukiewicz gained A*AA and will study business and management at the University of Bath.
Dawit Haimanot achieved AAB and is going to study information management and business at Loughborough University.
Emilou Rivett gained D*D*D and is going to Kings College London to study midwifery.
Students are going to Queen Mary, University of London to study neuroscience (Nishat Islam) and Business Management (Yilmaz Kalay), to the University of Warwick for chemistry (Megan Marsh) and to Roehampton to study creative writing and English literature. The student going the furthest is Foreman Petrie who has a place at Queen’s University, Belfast.
These are just a few examples of the range of subjects and institutions that our successful students are going on to after their time at Jo Richardson Community School.
Other students are taking gaps years, applying for apprenticeships or have jobs in the finance and retail sectors. It is very exciting that our students go on to study or work in such a variety of arenas.