Another extraordinary year of results at William Farr Church of England Comprehensive School
This has been another extraordinary year of results at William Farr with a record number of students sitting at Advanced Level. With the average number of UCAS points at 88.5 per ‘A’ level exam per student, this represents the highest total ever achieved. This strengthens and confirms our reputation for academic excellence.
- 51% gained either an A*, an A or a B .
- Over 25% of all grades were A* or A. This is the highest in the School’s history, bucking the national trend.
- Almost 75% of all students gained A*-C .
- 33 students obtained at least 1 A* .
- Over 71% of all students gained 4 or more A Level subject passes.
Special mention must go to 5 students with confirmed Oxbridge places:
- John Freeman, Downing College, Cambridge
- Emily Coulter, Selwyn College, Cambridge
- Anya Green, New College, Oxford
- Jack Culpin, St Edmund Hall, Oxford
- Chris Bridgewood, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford
Well done to the following for exceptional performance:
- Rachel Ram, 3 A*, 1 A
- Emily Sidebottom, 2 A*, 3 A, 1 B
- Patrick Campbell, 2 A*, 2 A
- Charlotte Hackney, 2A*, 2A
- Emily Bird, 2A*, 1A, 1B
- Ashton Hills, 2A*, 1A, 1B
- Jonathan Drury, 2A*, 1A
- Georgia Tomlinson, 2A*, 2C
And in the face of great adversity congratulations to Jo Tolley on securing a place a Bishop Grosseteste Universty College to read Literature.
Our students have made us all very proud. We wish them all the very best for their exciting futures.