St Katherine’s School A-level results
YEAR 13 students at St Katherine’s School have achieved good results in this year’s A-levels with all but three achieving the grades needed to secure their favoured university place.
The overall pass rate for the school in Ham Green, Pill, was 97.3 per cent and the average UCAS point score per student was 306 - reflecting a significant percentage of A*, A and B grades.
The overall percentage of results graded at A*-C was 61 per cent.
Among the happy students looking forward to beginning their university courses are Hannah Smith who achieved two A* grades and an A and will study psychology at Exeter University.
Luke Pellett achieved two As and a B and is going to read geography at Manchester University and Piran Hobbs got an A* and two Bs and will read psychology at Surrey.
Claire Williams achieved an A and two Bs and will study English and American literature at Kent University. Headteacher Stephanie Quayle said “We are delighted that our students have almost all met their personal A-level targets and gained their university places. These results are even better than our record results in 2010.
“Our students deserve these excellent results. They have worked extremely hard and had great support from their teachers and families.
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“I am especially pleased for Aimi Bisco who joined us as head of sixth form last September. She has been instrumental in helping our students achieve these great results.”