BFS Sixth Form Celebrates Outstanding Exam Results!
Bristol Free School Sixth Form is celebrating a phenomenal set of results in its second year of A Levels, with 62% of all students achieving at least one A*- B grade and 27% achieving three A*- B grades. BTEC vocational courses also performed exceptionally well, with the average grade being a Distinction*.
The progress made by all students is extremely high and set to be well above the national average.
96% of all students that applied for university, accepted places onto their chosen degree courses. BFS students are going on to study a range of courses in social sciences, criminology, law, biochemistry, philosophy and ethics, dentistry, and medicine. One student will be reading mathematics at Oxford University and another is going to Cambridge to read French and Spanish.
Notable individual student successes include:
Matthew Ghosh: four A*s, has accepted a place at St Anne’s College, Oxford to read mathematics. Izzy Phillips: two A*s and an A, will be studying medicine at University of Birmingham. Callum Bryan, Christophe Hooper, Harry Moss and Daniel Whetton: all A* and A grades. Jack Payne: two A*s, an A and a B and achieved the best progress of any student. Max Cramer: three A*s and a B.
Headteacher Susan King said, “This is a wonderful set of results and I am so proud of all the students’ achievements. This Year 13 have been fantastic role models for the younger students at BFS and I would like to thank them for the contribution they have made to our wonderful community school.”
Assistant Headteacher and Head of Sixth Form, Rich Walker said, “I am very proud of this brilliant set of exam results, that are testament to the dedication and hard work of our students and staff. I couldn’t be happier”.