Lytchett Minster School is once again celebrating some outstanding A Level and BTEC level 3 results.
The overall A level pass rate this year was 97%, with 71% of exams graded A*-C and 41% A*-B.
Particularly noteworthy A level performances were recorded by Oscar Head, who achieved A*AA and will now be going on to study Mathematics at Exeter University, and Matt Richman, who achieved A*AA and will be studying Mechanical Engineering at Loughborough University. Hannah Rawlings achieved a superb AAA. Cameron Driver, who achieved A*AB, has chosen to take a gap year.
Jasmine Brook-Tanker has secured her place at Bristol University to study Geography with a great set of results (A*AB). Also heading off to Bristol, but this time to study Law, is Abigail Simmons, who achieved ABB. Dominic Amey will be studying Maths at Birmingham University following his excellent AAB, and Jasmine Sharland, who also achieved AAB, will be going to Royal Holloway College to study History.
Other great results were achieved by Charlotte Case (ABB), who has gained a place at Nottingham Trent University to study Fashion Buying Management, Chelsey Marwick (ABB), who will be studying Psychology at Southampton University, Catherine Park (ABB), who is taking a course in Business Management at Sussex University, and Alex Goodenough, who will be entering the world of work.
Lytchett students consistently perform well at BTEC Level 3, and this year was no exception with some outstanding results achieved. Abbie Bradford achieved Double Distinction Star in Media, an A* in Photography A level and A* in the Extended Project Qualification (AS). She now plans to study journalism at Bournemouth University. Abby Barlow and Amelia Miles are both planning to study Adult Nursing. Abby, who achieved a Double Distinction Star in Health and Social Care and a B in A level Psychology, will be going to Brighton University, and Amelia, who achieved a Double Distinction Star in Health and Social Care and an A in A level Sociology, will be studying at UWE.
Headmaster, Andrew Mead expressed his delight at his students’ excellent results, saying, “Our Year 13 students can be very proud of themselves. They have been exceptionally committed and hardworking throughout the year and have now achieved the success they deserve. A number of them are now going on to pursue their studies at some of the finest universities in the country, whilst others will be starting apprenticeships or starting full employment. They have very exciting futures ahead of them and we wish them every success and happiness.”
The school’s Sixth Form Open Evening this year is on Thursday, 19 October 2017.