Academic Results

A-level Results Day 2018. This year we are pleased again to report an encouraging increase in our A* & A grades at A-Level, up to 61% from 57% the previous year. Students have all worked so hard for their grades and at last in this latest set of results, there is the full and official recognition of their achievements. Each school year varies in its academic profile and so although we have seen another excellent set of results, our principal aim as always is to enable young people to fulfil their potential, whatever that may be.

Our A* to B proportion has also gone up from 80% to 88.5% this year, meaning students are predominantly attaining the very highest grades needed to enter the best universities. Across the cohort, students met or exceeded their targets, with the following gaining 3 A* at A-Level and more: Ujjawal Kumar A*A*A*A A (a) who will read Medicine at the University of Cambridge; Nandini Rawat A*A*A*A (a) who will read Medicine at Queen Mary University; Radix Mulawarman A*A*A* (a) (a) who will read Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath; Hin Long Yeung A*A*A* (a) (a) to read Mathematics at the University of Oxford; Guto Neave A*A*A* (a) who will read Medicine at the University of Southampton. A-Level grades are in capital letters and AS in brackets.

There was also a broad selection of outstanding results at AS Level for our Year 12 cohort. These results are being closely followed up by teaching staff, so that as students progress through Year 13, we can be assured of another set of excellent A-Level results and university destinations next year. For a full breakdown of this year’s results, please see below:

Headmaster Benson Ferrari was very pleased to congratulate students as they collected their results, saying:

“As our Year 13 cohort leave us to take up places at prestigious universities across the UK, they can be very proud that their hard work has translated into such success at A-Level. The journey they have undertaken at St. Michael’s School has very successfully prepared them for the next stage of their education and I have no doubt that they will go on to do great things in their chosen fields. These are our innovators, inventors, creators and leaders of tomorrow – our future is in their hands.”

 

Summer 2018 A Level Results

47 students sat a full range of A-Level subjects

Percentage grade distribution
A* 20.5%
A 40.4%
B 27.6%
C 7.7%
D 3.2%
E 0.6%
U 0%

60.9% of grades were A* or A
88.5% of grades were A*, A – B
96.2% of grades were A* – C

78.7% of students gained at least one A*/A grade
57.4% of students gained at least two A*/A grades
42.6% of students gained at least three A*/A grades

UCAS Points
A*=56, A=48, B=40, C=32, D=24, E=16

Average UCAS points per student: 161.4

Top A Level Students for 2018
Ujjawal Kumar A*A*A*A A a
Nandini Rawat A*A*A*A a
Radix Mulawarman A*A*A* a a
Hin Long Yeung A*A*A* a a
Guto Neave A*A*A* a

GCSE Results will be published here on 23rd August!

Summer 2017 A Level Results

40 students sat a full range of A-Level subjects – read the A-level 2017 Summary

Percentage grade distribution
A* 22.9%
A 34.4%
B 22.7%
C 14.7%
D 3.3%
E 1.2%
U 0.8%

57.3% of grades were A* or A
80% of grades were A*, A – B
94.7% of grades were A* – C

77.5% of students gained at least one A*/A grade
55% of students gained at least two A*/A grades
35% of students gained at least three A*/A grades
20% of students gained at least four A*/A grades

UCAS Points
A*=56, A=48, B=40, C=32, D=24, E=16
Average score per A level subject: 43.7
Average UCAS points per student: 158

Top A Level Students for 2017
Swetha Prathap A*A*A*A*a
Rahul Shah A*A*A*A*a
Ellie Morgan A*A*A*A a
Ffion Jenkins A*A*A*A

 

Summer 2017 GCSE Results

49 students sat a full range of GCSE subjects

Percentage grade distribution

A* 48.2%

A  31.4%

B  14.0%

C  4.2%

D  1.2%

E  0.6%

U  0.4%

79.6% of grades were A* or A
93.6% of grades were A*, A or B
97.8% of grades were A* – C
95.9% of pupils gained five or more A* – C grades

77.5% of students gained five or more A*/A grades
69.4% of students gained seven or more A*/A grades
49.0% of students gained ten or more A*/A grades

23 students (100% of entry) gained Distinctions for Additional Mathematics Level 2

 Top scoring students:

A*

A

B

Sambhavi Kumar

14

 

 

Ashwin Gunasekaran

13

 

 

Amelia Joseph

11

2

 

 Zora Husickova

11

 

 

Leo Zanato

9

2

 

Arya Rassi

9

2

 

Rhys Iddon

8

3

1

Tania Ghosh

8

3

 

William Wang

8

3

 

Benjamin Woodnutt

8

3

 

Jirachaya Akavuthivanich

8

2

 

Surya Gowda

7

4

 

Hanaa Ali

7

4

 

 

33 pupils sat a full range of A Level subjects

Percentage grade distribution

  • A*  19.6%
  • A   30.9%
  • B   28.0%
  • C   15%
  • D    5.6%
  • E   0.9%

50.5% of grades were A* or A 78.5% of grades were A*, A or B 93.5% of grades were A* – C 54.5% of pupils gained at least one A*/A grades 39.4% of pupils gained at least two A*/A grades 31.2% of pupils gained at least three A*/A grades 9.1% of pupils gained at least four A*/A grades

Top A Level Pupils 2016

See our full list of top-performing-students

UCAS points

A*=140, A=120, B=100, C=80, D=60, E=40 Average score per exam taken: 106.8 Average UCAS points per student: 377.6

45 pupils sat a full range of GCSE subjects

Percentage grade distribution

  • A*  38.5%
  • A   30.8%
  • B   20.5%
  • C    8.0%
  • D   1.6%
  • E   0.7%

69.3% of grades were A* or A 89.8% of grades were A*, A or B 97.7% of grades were A* – C 75.5% of pupils gained five or more A*/A grades 55.5% of pupils gained seven or more A*/A grades 24.4% of pupils gained ten or more A*/A grades GCSE Ranking: 29th in the Times UK Co-educational Schools List Top GCSE Pupils 2016

  A* A B
Ujjawal Kumar 12  1  
Nandini Rawat 12    
Sirsha Kundu 10    
Nishaanth Dalavaye 9 1  
Georgia Brown 9 1  
Hasan Ashraf 9 1  
Anahat Kalra 9 1  
Manon Davies-Lewis 8 2  
Kathryn Percy 7 4  
Danish Abrar 7 3  
Kathryn Henness 7 2 1

Fast Track Pupils

100% A* in Mathematics and Music