Sixth Form Results
Our Sixth Form has been rated as "Excellent" at GCE A2 Level and "Very Good" at BTEC Level Three in the 2014-2015 ALPS reports. The reports compare a student's awarded grade at the end of the academic year with their predicted grade. The ALPS system then ranks every sixth form in the country, based on achievement and progress, using a nine point "thermometer" scale. Our A2 summer results placed us in the top 25% of all sixth forms in the country for students achieving their target in their GCE and just below the top 25% of achieving their BTEC Level Three target.
A number of departments were in the top 25% percent of highest performing subjects, for student achievement against target, in the country including Photography, Business, IT, Enterprise, Art & Design, Film Studies, History and Psychology.
The results reflect the excellent motivation, work ethic and dedication of both the students and Sixth form teaching and pastoral teams over the last two years. We are very proud of these well rounded young adults who are entering the world of Higher Education and work with a broad range of qualifications and additional skills.
Miss Kingsmill, Assistant Vice Principal and Sixth Form lead said, "The results reflect the excellent motivation, work ethic and dedication of both the students and Sixth form teaching and pastoral teams over the last two years. I am very proud of these well rounded young adults who are entering the world of Higher Education and work with a broad range of qualifications and additional skills.
Mr Wakefield continued by stating, "Whilst a significant number of students did exceptionally well, three to note are Olivia Ramsay who achieved three straight A grades and Nabeela Celiktas and Haaris Navid who both achieved two A grades and a B".
Mr Wakefield concluded by saying, "The vast majority of the students in Year 13 having secured the required grades will now go off to universities across the length and breadth of the country. They will I'm sure also enjoy their own hugely enjoyable and productive careers and whilst I will miss them greatly, I also wish them every success and happiness"
Carl Wakefield, Principal of the Academy said "I am absolutely delighted with this set of results as together, the staff and students' have worked incredibly hard and in doing so, surpassed even our own extremely high expectations."
Mr Wakefield continued by saying "This will now allow virtually every single student to pursue their first choice route in terms of the next stage of the education, training or employment and I fully expect to see record numbers move on to university in the autumn term."
"As well as congratulating this fine, decent and extremely pleasant group of young adults who have been a pleasure to work alongside, I would like to thank their parents and carers for their support throughout the years as well. Finally I would like to thank the Sixth Form team and associated teachers who have, on a daily basis, worked hard to ensure every student fulfilled their potential and achieved success this time round. It is another proud day for our Academy".
A*-A - 38.7% (27.5% in 2013)
A*-B - 48.1% (43% in 2013)
A*-C - 78.7% (74% in 2013)
A*-E - 99.5% (97% in 2013)
A*-A - 25.5% (11.8% in 2013)
A*-B - 25.5% (21% in 2013)
A*-C - 56.6% (40.9% in 2013)
A*-E - 86.5% (73.7% in 2013)
Bexleyheath Academy students achieve record results in their A-level examinations. The headlines figures are as follows:
These results show an improvement in ALL
key areas from previous years whilst record numbers of students secured
places in Higher Education establishments across the country as well.