Exam & Key Stage Results
Exam results 2018
We are enormously proud of our students and the staff who have worked so hard to support them throughout this last academic year.
We set ourselves the target of 65% of our students passing both English and maths, ensuring that all students make good progress with us. We secured 66% and are delighted that many of our students went on to exceed these targets with even higher grades. Our students and staff really rose to the challenge of the new grading system, proven by the record number of students in the school’s history to achieve the best grades; 29 grade 9s were awarded, and 22% of grades were at a level 7 or higher. This is a real testament to the work undertaken this year in providing real challenge and intellectual rigour for our students, regardless of starting points.
We look forward this next year to building further on this success. In the meantime, we congratulate all of our students and staff on a fantastic achievement.
The following students have achieved particularly well:
Aidan Davies: Highest average point score. Seven “9” grades, one 8, one A* and a 6.
Denys Voloshchuk: 11 GCSEs at grade 7 or above. Highest overall point score. Positive work ethic throughout with highest number of achievement points for a boy. Five level 9s including all three sciences.
Benjamin Baker-Henry: 10 GCSEs. 9s in all three sciences and maths. Three level 8s.
Alex Noble: 10 GCSEs – all at level 7 or above. 9s in History, Maths and Physics.
Kayleigh Boreham: 10 GCSEs – all at level 7 or above. 9s in History and Religious studies
Rosie Pannet: Straight 7+s.
Kraszkiewicz Damian: 11 GCSEs including a 9 in computer science, three 8s and three 7s/As.
Azgan Uka: 10 GCSEs at level 6+ including a 9 in History despite having very limited English when he joined us in year 7.
Innes Gahn: 10 GCSEs including two 9s and 3 8s.
Lauren Moses: 10 GCSEs including two 8s and five 7s/As.
Andre Serra: 11 GCSEs including 8s in maths, music and biology.
Hayat Hasan: 11 GCSEs including 8s in German, English Language
and English Literature.
Haroon Yasin: 9 GCSEs at 7+
Ella Bullimore and Tia Butterfield – Hard work paying off – these two students made the biggest progress between their mocks and their final exams.
Ella scored higher in all of her final exams when compared with her mock grade.
Tia made the biggest jump overall adding 13 points overall to her final grades.
Smashing FFT20 targets
Amy Burnett – Beat target grade in 7 subjects including 3 grades above target in History
Charlie Bell – Entered HA with 3s at KS2, suffered from anxiety and low confidence throughout school life and left with 6 GCSEs at 4+Including L5 in English lit
Zuzanna Bobak – 11 GCSEs and on average 1.5 grades above FFT20 across all subjects
Toby Hawkins – On average, 1.5 grades above FFT20
Krish Makwana - On average, 1.3 grades above FFT20
George Curd - On average, 1.25 grades above FFT20
Ben Harding – On average, 1.2 grades above FFT20
Luke Mould - On average, 1.2 grades above FFT20
Matteo Gallina – On average 1.2 grades above FFT20
The following students had significant personal challenges to overcome during years 10 and 11 and left with results they can be proud of. Shout out to SEN team:
Harveen Bedi 5+ in all GCSEs including 8 in maths and 7s in R.s. and French
Hayat Hasan – 10 GCSEs, 6 of which were at level 7 or above
Kieran Farrell – 8 GCSEs at FFT20 or higher, 7 in Eng Lit and P.e.
Katie Rixon Waller – 5, 9-4 inc English and Maths
Seb Perez Lewis – 6 GCSEs at 4+ including Maths (5) and English (6)
Harley Gardiner – 5 GCSEs at 4+ including English and Maths
Jodie O’Sullivan – 7 GCSEs at 4+ including 7 in English Language and 6 in P.e.
Congratulations to all students and we wish them all the best in the next stage of their educational journey.
The following link provides access to the DfE School performance tables website, please note Hampton High is a new academy which opened 01/11/2016; please refer to Hampton Academy for previous results.