Sibford School is delighted to announce some fantastic A Level results achieved by students across a broad range of subjects.
Students achieved the highest A* – A grades across nine subjects. Meanwhile, nearly half of results were in the top band, A*-B, with particularly strong performances in Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History and Psychology.
Cate Mallalieu-Needle, Head of Sibford Sixth Form, said: “The overall results reflect some significant personal achievements and I am absolutely delighted.
“The highest academic standards were achieved by James Cook, who gained two A*s; twins Alex and Daniel Bullard-James, who achieved A*AB and ABB respectively; Laura Grant and Millie Stewart, who also achieved ABB; and Rosie Weston, who achieved AAC … all the more remarkable as she took time out in May to compete in the 2016 European Triathlon Championships in Portugal where she won the Gold Medal in the Under 20s section.
“I would also like to give special commendation to those students who have shown tremendous resilience in the face of challenging personal circumstances. These include Millie Stewart and Katy Mackenzie, both of whom have suffered bereavement, and James Cook, Joshua Mulhearn, Colton Braddyll-Brown and Annabel Baker who have demonstrated incredible perseverance and fortitude.
“Finally, the school would like to mention the posthumous achievement of B grades in History and Design & Technology awarded to Angus Oakey who tragically died on 23 March this year. I know his family will be extremely proud of his achievement.”
Twins Alex and Daniel Bullard-James
Number of pupils: 38
% of entries A* to A: 18
% entries A* to B: 48
% entries A* to E: 98