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RECORD BREAKING SIXTH FORM RESULTS - YET AGAIN                                                                        Aug 2017

For the eleventh year in a row, Bexleyheath Academy's Sixth Form outcomes have seen record results secured once again this year. Vice Principal Mark Lewis was delighted with the results and said “Many congratulations to all Sixth Form students at Bexleyheath Academy. We have for the third year in succession seen an improvement in the grades of our Most Able students and a higher overall pass rate. (A*-A, 53.3%, A*-B, 65.8%, A*-C 83.9% inc. equivalencies)  It’s been an absolute delight to share student successes and their excitement at their future prospects as many look forward to University, Apprenticeships, Gap years and employment. My thanks to all students for their hard work and perseverance, to the sixth form team for their guidance and leadership of the provision and our wonderful teaching staff. To our parents, I would also like to offer thanks for engagement with the Academy and being there in the background to guide and nurture." 

Whilst a number of students did exceptionally well, notable successes include Dolanay Hussein with 4 D*s, Hamzo Mahamud with 3 D*s and Hillary Simpson with A*BB, progressing to the University of Warwick to study Law. In reflecting on her time at the Academy, Hillary said “The Academy has supported me on my academic journey and the guidance that they have given me since I arrived here to undertake my A-Levels has been brilliant. I now look forward to my next steps studying Law and will remember the Academy fondly for the opportunities I have been given.” We wish the aforementioned, and indeed all our students, the very best in their next steps becoming citizens of the world.

RECORD BREAKING SIXTH FORM RESULTS - AGAIN                                                                                Aug 2016

For the tenth year in a row, Bexleyheath Academy's Sixth Form outcomes have seen record results secured. Outgoing Principal Jan Atkinson was delighted with the results and said “Many congratulations to all Sixth Form students at Bexleyheath Academy. We have for the third year in succession seen an improvement in the grades of our Most Able students and a higher overall pass rate. It has been an absolute delight this morning to share student successes and their excitement at their future prospects as many look forward to University, Apprenticeships, Gap years and employment. My thanks to all students for their hard work and perseverance, to the sixth form team for their guidance and leadership and our wonderful teaching staff. To our parents, I would also like to offer thanks for engaging with the Academy and being there in the background to guide and nurture. We wish all students the very best of success, we are so very proud of you all.”

Whilst a significant number of students did exceptionally well, successes include Aishat Ali who achieved three A grades and is progressing to the University of Warwick to study Law. In reflecting on her time at the academy Aishat said “The Academy’s Ethos of Pride through Achievement has really helped me focus through my years here. I would like to thank all of the teachers that have supported me on my academic journey and the guidance that they have given me since year 7. I now look forward to my next steps studying Law and will remember the Academy fondly for the opportunities I have been given.”

We also have Kiruththika Manialagan and Gavinder Johal who both got D* D* D* who will be studying International Business and Marketing at the University of Kent. Jeevan Rihal (D* D* D* D) going to Brunel for Business Management and Marketing. Gurpreet Dingri (A D* D* C) who is off to the University of Greenwich to study Quantity Surveying. We also have Daniel Fryer (D* D* D* D*) who has accepted an apprenticeship from Trade Union Conference to do Finance.



  • ALPS "Excellent"

     

    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.

    Posted 27 Nov 2015, 07:57 by tjohnson@bexleyheathacademy.org
  • Recording Breaking Results Once Again!
    For the ninth year in a row, Bexleyheath Academy's KS5 outcomes have seen record results secured. However this year has seen by far the largest improvement at both Year 12 and 13. Outgoing Principal Carl Wakefield was understandably delighted and said, "I am so pleased for the students and staff for securing this phenomenal set of results especially as it is across both year groups and whilst relating to the actual comparison from last year which in itself was a record breaker. This provides not only direct evidence of the quality of education provided to the students who attend Bexleyheath Academy Sixth Form but is also indicative of the calibre of young adults we have been most fortunate to work alongside over the past two and, in a large number of cases, seven years".

    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"

    Year 13 Results 2015
    2014 2013
    A*A - 73%
    38% 28%
    A*-B - 83%
    47%
    43%
    A*-C - 97%
    77%
    74%
    A*-E - 100%
    97%
    97%

    Year 12 Results 2015
    2014 2013
    A*A - 78%
    26% 12%
    A*-B - 82%
    26%
    21%
    A*-C - 93%
    57%
    41%
    A*-E - 100%
    87%
    73%
    Posted 9 Feb 2017, 03:48 by Glen Bone
  • Record Breaking A Level Results 2014!
    For the eighth year in succession, Bexleyheath Academy's A Level results have continued to rise seeing yet another record breaking cohort achieve a set of fantastic and thoroughly well-deserved grades.

    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 level

    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)

    AS

    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)
    Posted 15 Aug 2015, 09:40 by . WebResources Account
  • Record Breaking Results 2013!

    Bexleyheath Academy students achieve record results in their A-level examinations. The headlines figures are as follows:

    • 27% A*-A (3% - 2010, 18% - 2011 and 23% - 2012)
    • 43% A*-B (24% - 2010, 35% - 2011 and 41% - 2012)
    • 74% A*-C (66% - 2012)
    • 97% A*-E (95% - 2012)

    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.

    I am proud of all our students who worked so hard to achieve such tremendous results and would like to wish them every success in their future studies and employment. However, I am also extremely proud of all those members of staff who supported our A-level students throughout the course of their studies. Their dedication, time and input has without doubt contributed significantly to the tremendous success we saw today.

    The final thank you goes to the parents and families of our students who have supported their children and our staff throughout the last two years. I have only known the students since January but they are an absolutely fabulous group of young people and are an absolute credit to you as well as themselves of course.



    Posted 18 Aug 2014, 05:10 by . WebResources Account
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