Once more, the Anglo is pleased to announce a marvellous set of results for our A level students. They show a continued improvement with the proportion of higher grades increasing and lower grades decreasing. This is counter to the national picture where the proportion of these grades has fallen. Together with our IB students, members of the Anglo European International Sixth Form have averaged the equivalent of two A grades and one B grade each (an average of UCAS 320 points). As previously reported our IB students averaged 32 points which is 3 points above the world average. This continued improvement further strengthens our sixth form which was declared outstanding by OfSTED in 2011.
We have seen a trend where some students who have fallen short of their university offer are still being offered places which we believe is a tribute to them as young people and to the rounded education (including a language) they have received. This year we have 3 students who have successfully applied to the universities of Oxford or Cambridge, two are going on to study medicine and one student who has secured one of five scholarships at the National Audit Office. All of our students in the first cohort of IB Career-related Certificate (which includes two A’ Levels and two IB Standard subjects and the core) students have all been accepted in to their first choice universities.
Please be aware that these are provisional results and there will be errors identified in marking or remarks requested which may lead to changes.