Cox Green Students Celebrate A Level Success In 2018

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Congratulations to all our students on their excellent A Level and Applied Vocational results! We are absolutely delighted with the results our students have achieved this year. They have worked extremely hard and we are very proud of them.

We are celebrating fantastic results. Overall, 33% of grades achieved were the coveted A*-A and 54% achieved A*-B grades. There were particular successes in Maths, Further Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and History and BTEC Sports Extended Diploma. We are delighted that our students have secured outstanding University, apprenticeship and employment destinations.

Commenting on the results, Lisa Kiely, Head of Sixth Form at Cox Green School said "I would like to congratulate all of our students. We are delighted with their achievements. It is particularly pleasing to see our drive for excellence paying such great dividends. These results are a credit to our students’ hard work, the quality and commitment of all of our staff and the strong relationships that exist between our students and staff and parents.”

Ms Walsh Headteacher remarked, “I am so proud of all our Year 13 students.  They have all achieved brilliant results.  We are particularly delighted with the outstanding results of Joseph Burridge, Sam Craker, Jennifer Knight and Kyle Pagden who achieved 3 A*/A grades at A level and Luke Appleton, Keaton August, Jack Hillyer, Lukasz Jablonski. Joe Park, Daniel Roth and Connor Shingleton who all achieved a minimum of triple Distinction in BTEC Sport, equivalent to 3 A grades. Special congratulations go to Jack Denton who achieved Double Distinction* in Btec Sport and A grade in A Level Mathematics. We congratulate the students on their fabulous achievements and wish them every success in the next stage of their journey!”

Paul Louden, Chair of Governors at Cox Green School applauded the efforts and hard work of the students, staff and governors and thanked parents for their continued support for the school and their children’s education.