Another outstanding year of A Level and vocational results have been celebrated at Kingsmead with students attaining an average grade of a B-. Early analysis has revealed that students who study at Kingsmead achieve on average 1 grade above the National average. 100 per cent of Kingsmead students taking A levels achieved one or more A level pass. This excellent set of results confirms Kingsmead’s position as one of the top establishments in the area for A level and vocational studies.
“Kingsmead provides an outstanding 6th form education with a variety of subjects covered. Each year students work harder to achieve even better results and unique opportunities like University of Birmingham UKCAT Medicine mock interviews and individual tutorials mean that our young adults are better prepared than ever to achieve entry into Russell group universities including Oxford and Cambridge." Head of School Mrs Maria Mincher
She added "I am delighted to see the results reflect the aspirations that we have for our young people. These results are a tribute to the efforts of everyone involved in driving success at Kingsmead; our students, staff, parents, governors and our highly supportive John Taylor MAT."
The intended destinations for our youngsters include York, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Keele to name just a few. Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Di Pritchard said: "I am so pleased that these results reflect the hard work our students have put into their studies and the support dedicated by our talented staff. This year we have achieved a record number of distinctions stars across a range of subjects. I am really proud of each and every student and wish them all the best in their future careers."
Mr Bryant said of the results: "I am thrilled by Kingsmead's best ever post-16 results. Their achievement is a real testament to their desire to do the best that they can together with the knowledge and expertise of our hard working staff."
CEO of the John Taylor MAT Mr Mike Donoghue added: "These results are a real cause of celebration and we attribute this to students' tenacity to succeed, the highest expectations of staff, coupled with incredible support from their families. We send all students our congratulations and every best wish for continued success in further study and employment."