Sixth Form Achievement
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"This is a highly effective 16 to 19 provision where students make outstanding progress at A level and in the small number of vocational courses offered."
For full details of our Key Stage 5 Academic Performance via the Department for Education Performance Tables please click here
Kingsdale Foundation School: Celebrating our A Level Success with Pride!
Our students did amazingly well and produced some of our best results ever! Almost two-thirds of our graduates going on to higher education have been offered places at prestigious Russell Group Universities including Cambridge as well as Imperial, University & King’s College London, Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham.
Thea Gallimore will use her impressive A* grade in Photography to study at Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon
Our gifted and talented creative and performing artists will be attending highly esteemed conservatoires and institutions such as The Prince's Foundation (The Royal Drawing School) and Kingston University. They have much to celebrate.
Charlotte Trudinger, Alliyah Nakadiyan & Marci Talbot celebrate a staggering 12 A* grades between them! Charlotte will study Archaeolgy at UCL, Alliyah will read Computer Science at the University of Bath and Marci will study Design Engineering at Imperial College London.
Alex will be using his A* grade in Mathematics and his A grades in Chemistry & Physics to study Mechanical Engineering at Manchester University.
George Sharville and Max Grahn Yau celebrate their combined 3 A* & 4 A grades. George will be studying Economics at Bristol University and Max will read Biochemistry at Imperial College, London.
Mustafa Adanir will use his top grades in Turkish (A*), Spanish (A) & French (A) to study Modern Languages at Bristol University.
Maya Santiago-Borecka celebrates her grade A in both Economics & Geography.
Victor Chicaiza Alulema (and his parents!) celebrate his amazing A Level grades in Chemistry (A*), Mathematics (A*), Spanish (A*) & Physics (A). Victor will be studying Chemistry at University College London.