Examination News 2017
Summer 2017 Examination News - Outstanding A Level Results!
Champions of High Achievement
In Summer 2017 we achieved our best ever A Level results with some exceptional individual performances including 2 students securing places at Oxford University and 5 going on to study Medicine.
We believe Kingsdale has the highest individual A Level performer in the country! Jacob Lundie-Fallon achieved an amazing 5 A*s at A Level as well as 15 A*s at GCSE and has accepted a place at Oxford University to do Medicine.
Jacob Lundie-Fallon (5 A*s at A Level in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Further Mathematics – Medicine at Oxford)
Approximately one third of all grades achieved were A*/A, nearly two thirds were A*-B and over 85% were A*-C. Once again we expect progress made by students at A Level to be in the top 5% in the country. Performance of students in Applied and Technical courses was outstanding with an average grade approaching a Distinction*.
20 A* & A Grades between them!) Names left to right: Louise Guillaume, Esther Agbolade, Amunet Boafo, Usama Rajah, Na’imah Bernard Banton, Jacob Lundie-Fallon, Arbi Hasanaj, Ceyda Faik -Yildirim, Erin Callaghan
50% of Kingsdale graduates have secured places at prestigious Russell Group Universities and another 25% are going to highly esteemed 1994 Group Colleges.
Louise Guillaume 's outstanding A*A*A* grades have enabled her to go to Imperial College, London, to read Geology!
Esther Agbolade's excellent grades have allowed her to read Philosophy, Politics & Economics at Oxford University!
Fabian Thomas is delighted to use his impressive A*A*A Level grades to go to King's College London, to study Geography!
Jack Warner's excellent AAA grades have enabled him to study Politics & International Relations at Bristol University.
Amunet Boafo's A*AB grades have enabled her to study Spanish & Japanese at Manchester University.
Niamh Bernard Branton will be using her impressive A*BB grades to study Psychology at Southampton University.
Usama Rajah will be using his excellent grades to study Medicine at King's College, London.
Nina Glover-Southworth's excellent A*AB grades grades have allowed her to study English & History at Birmingham University.
Arbi Hasanaj's impressive Science grades have allowed him to read Medicine at Nottingham University.
George Warner will be reading Biomedical Science at Birmingham University using his AAA grades.
Further details to follow.....
For information regarding the Department for Education published performance of Kingsdale Foundation School, please click here.
‘Outstanding GCSE results at Kingsdale Foundation School in 2016!’
In Summer 2016 we achieved another outstanding set of Year 11 GCSE results with many truly exceptional individual and subject performances. Highlights under the new DfE measures include:
Stunning individual performances from amongst others students pictured such as Oonagh Cox, Benedict Crossey, Meera Virdee, Helen Webley- Brown, Mathew Lee, Evie Harms and Isabel Coulier who achieved 14, 13,12,11 and 10 individual A* grades respectively!