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Our A Level students have had their hard work rewarded with an outstanding set of A Level results in 2019. Of all grades:

  • 61% were A* – A
  • 82% were A* – B

44% of students achieved three or more A* – A grades, with students achieving the highest number of A* – A grades ever achieved at Blue Coat. Whilst excellent results were seen across all departments, special mention goes to the Geography department in achieving its best results ever this year. In addition, every student in Latin, Music and English Language/ Literature achieved a grade A*/A/B, and an impressive one in four students studying Chemistry achieved an A* grade.

Commenting on the results, Headteacher Mr Pennington said;

“We are so proud of our students for achieving this remarkable set of outstanding results. It is such a pleasure to see their talents and hard work rewarded with the highest number of A*-A grades that students of The Blue Coat School have ever achieved. It is a privilege to lead and work with our amazing teams of teaching, pastoral and support staff whose expertise, positivity, dedication and commitment throughout this year has inspired our students to achieve such stunning outcomes.”

Chair of Governors, Mr Martin Hill added;

“We delighted with another fantastic set of A level results which has ensured that more students than ever are going on to their chosen next steps. On behalf of the governing body, we offer our congratulations and best wishes to our talented students who we know will achieve more great things beyond The Blue Coat School. We also say a huge well done to all of our leaders and staff whose professionalism, expertise and mutual support ensure that year on year, students of The Blue Coat School learn, develop and thrive to the highest possible standard.”

As our Class of 2019 move on to their next steps we wish them all the very best and look forward to seeing them at A Level Prizegiving in January 2020. 

Further details on our A Level results can be found by clicking here.

 

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