Barnhill Community High is celebrating some outstanding individual student and subject results

Barnhill Community High is celebrating some outstanding individual student and subject results

Barnhill Community High is celebrating some outstanding individual student and subject results today, particularly for those studying  BTEC National Diploma where 72% of the students achieved Distinction*/Distinction grades, with 97% of students passing their chosen courses.

A* - B grades were also achieved in 70% of the academic subjects offered at A2 Level,  which really highlights the depth and breadth of skills and knowledge our students acquire during the academic year.  Most notable were Accounting, Economics, Further Mathematics and Modern Foreign Languages. 

There has been significant focus within Barnhill to ensure students are well placed to go on to their next stage in life and, once again, are delighted that over 80% of the students are going on to University.

Individual success include:

Our top two students have achieved 3 A*/A grades and will be studying medicine at university.

Another student achieving excellent results, Utkarsh Aneja (2 A*s and a B) will be studying Mathematics at Nottingham.

Pavan Cheeta and Ricky Ghedia both received 3 As and will be studying Mathematics at Birmingham and Economics at Nottingham respectively.

Special mention should also be made of Ankit Khanna who received 2 As and a B and will be starting his prestigious apprenticeship with KPMG.

Strong results were also obtained by our Year 12 AS cohort despite media reports of possible volatility of results at that level.  An increase in A* to B grades means that we are on course for even better outcomes for our students next year.

Executive Head Tracey Hemming said: “The drive for improvement and academic success at Barnhill is continuous and is reflected in these results. There are many well deserved successes to celebrate today and many students are well prepared for the next part of their educational journey. The staff at Barnhill and I couldn’t be more pleased for them.” 

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