|Percentage Pass Rate||100%|
|Percentage A* to A||24%|
|Percentage A* to B||57%|
|Percentage A* to C||88%|
“We are delighted with our A Level results, which show an improvement on last year’s results on nearly every measure. In particular, it is great to see 24% of grades at A*-A, and just over 88% of grades at C or above.
We are especially delighted for Elizabeth, who has achieved straight A* grades and will be taking up a place to study Music at Magdalen College Oxford in the autumn.”
Dr Julian Murphy, Headmaster
Student Success Stories
Elizabeth joined Loughborough Amherst School Sixth Form after completing her GCSEs at Limehurst School. She was attracted to the School for its caring and supportive ethos and its access to the Loughborough Schools outstanding Music department. Today Elizabeth is celebrating three A* and an A for her Extended Project Qualification. She is also following in the footsteps of her paternal grandfather with attaining a place at Magdalen College, Oxford to read music. “It is a testament to Elizabeth’s hard work, and the support of the School, from the first time we met the staff it was clear that they really believed in her and cared for her as an individual. The support of the Music department has also been outstanding and Elizabeth has enjoyed her time at the School.”
Serena has completed her year as Head Girl by achieving her dream place to study Pharmacy at Manchester University. She is delighted with her grades in Biology, Psychology and Chemistry.
Georgia is looking forward to a gap year and will be making a post-qualification application to study Veterinary Medicine after achieving her grades in Biology, Religious Studies and Chemistry.
Stephanie is celebrating a dream come true as she received confirmation that she will be studying politics at Westminster.
Lois decided she preferred the option to study whilst earning and has taken an apprenticeship at Mealey Electrical in Leicester. She is delighted with her grades in Religious Studies, Business and Sociology.
Farah and Hana
Initially twins Farah and Hana were set on studying Business at Nottingham University and were both offered places, however, during the summer the girls re-considered their options. After discussions with their parents, they decided that they wanted a course that covered business management but gave them more practical skills. They both now have places to read Civil Engineering Management at Loughborough University.