More than 1 in 4 A level students at Barnard Castle School achieved A* and A grades on their exams this year.
Overall, 81% of Burnie students achieved an A*-C grade, an 8% increase compared to the 2019 exam (when students last took it), and 28% achieved an A*-A obtained a grade of
Good grades, Bredin Davis has 4 A*s in Advanced Mathematics, an A* in Mathematics A Levels last year, and plans to read Pure Mathematics at the University of St Andrews.
Emma Kitson has 2 A*s and 1 A and is preparing for her gap year in Australia before reading English and Philosophy at the University of Sheffield.
Amelia Murray has an A* and two A’s before studying criminology at the University of Bristol and Oliver Guy has three A’s and B’s and plans to study electrical engineering at the University of Manchester.
Muhammad Isma’il Hameed-Sharif has 3 As’s and an A* in EPQ and is considering a gap year before studying Economics at Durham University.
Meanwhile, one of last year’s accepted A-level students is heading to Oxford University.
Evie Brenkley studies music on a choral scholarship.
She earned three A*s in her A-levels last year, but chose to postpone college and instead accepted a job as a residential music gap assistant at her alma mater.
While there, she reapplied to college, and with the help of the school’s music director, Richard Dawson, secured a place to read music at Hertford College, Oxford, and a choral scholarship at Keble College. I got
“I was actually teaching 8th grade oboe when I got the email that I was going to Oxford University.”
In her three-year degree, Evie analyzes and critically listens to various forms of music, studies its history, psychology and place in society, and also works on composition and performance.
She also performs her choral scholar duties by playing the oboe in one of the orchestras and singing the Evensong in the Keble College Chapel three times a week.
Barnard Castle School Principal Tony Jackson said:
“Throughout the Bernie Journey, each student has shown great character and perseverance, embracing school life regardless of the challenges they faced during the time when not only the A Levels but also the GCSE course was suspended.”
Commenting on Evie’s success, he added:
“The work skills she has learned over the past year and the confidence boost we have seen will certainly support her in her studies and work at Oxford once she decides on her future career. prize.”