Fitzharrys students are celebrating another year of great results at A Level, with 50% of grades at A*-B. We are delighted about the success of students based at and taught at Fitzharrys and in the Abingdon Consortium for education. It is wonderful to see the students who achieved such great GCSE results go on to do so well in their A Levels. Their success is richly deserved after all the hard work from students and teachers. Everyone involved can be really proud.
Twins Richard and James Knipe (18) celebrating success at A Level. Richard and James have both secured Advanced Engineering Apprenticeships at UKAEA Culham. "We’re really looking forward to starting at Culham in September."
Fitzharrys Head Girl Joanne McCabe and Jessica Kan celebrate achieving all A* and A grades. Jessica is off to Bath to study Natural Sciences while Joanne is off to Exeter to study Medicine. “It’s been great to see so many people celebrating their results this morning” said Joanne. “The results across the school have been excellent” said Headteacher Jonathan Dennett. “We are especially delighted that so many students have gone on to prestigious courses or apprenticeships in science, technology, engineering and maths.”
Vanessa Hyde and Katie Malliagh (17) are full of smiles after a great set of AS Level results. “We’re really pleased and looking forward to the year ahead” said Vanessa.
Back: Richard Knipe, Joe Cleeves, Jeremy Flanders, Kieran Rivers, James Knipe (all 18) Front: Neeraj Khataniar, Matyas Parrag (all 18) Pictured above are just some of the Fitzharrys students who achieved all A* and A grades this summer. Kieran Rivers is heading to Oxford to study Material Sciences. “I’m feeling really, really good” said Matyas Parrag. “I’m looking forward to studying Maths at Warwick.”
Abingdon Consortium for Education A Level Press Release
The Abingdon Consortium for Education is celebrating another outstanding set of results, with 26% of grades being awarded A/A* grade and 20 students achieving all A/A* grades. Sarah Brinkley, Chair of the ACFE and Headteacher of John Mason School, is thrilled with the results, ‘This is an exceptional achievement for our young people who have shown real grit and commitment to their studies. The high number of A and A* grades is a superb reflection of the work of the three schools in driving up standards for the families of Abingdon and the surrounding villages. We are a truly comprehensive Sixth Form and are especially proud of the phenomenal progress made by our students who have exceeded their targets at all levels and secured their path into higher education, apprenticeships or employment. These achievements are significant and life changing.’
The Abingdon Consortium for Education is made up of Fitzharrys, Larkmead and John Mason Schools, as well as Abingdon and Witney College.
Jonathan Dennett, Headteacher of Fitzharrys School was delighted about the success of Abingdon students, “It is wonderful to see the students who achieved such great GCSE results go on to do so well in their A Levels. These results are richly deserved after all the hard work from students and teachers. Everyone involved can be really proud.”
Chris Harris, Headteacher at Larkmead School, agreed that the results achieved by the students from the Abingdon Schools were testimony to their hard work and the skill and commitment of their teachers, adding, ‘We wish all of our students well as they move forward in their careers.’
The Abingdon Consortium for Education has continued to drive up results in recent years, and is in a unique position to offer students the breadth of A Level choice that 3 schools can offer together, as well as the opportunity to combine A Levels with the vocational options such as engineering offered at Abingdon and Witney College.