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Godolphin A-level Results 2016

Published Wednesday 24th of August 2016 01:18:43 PM

Mrs Emma Hattersley, Head of Godolphin Salisbury, is “absolutely delighted” to announce that the A-level results for 2016 are the best in the past three years. The percentage of A* has held steady, with bigger increases in the A* - A and A* - B categories. A* A* - A A* - B 2016 14% 47% 81% 2015 14% 44% 74% 2014 11% 46% 74% “This is a wonderful achievement and I would like to congratulate all those involved – the girls, their families and the staff at Godolphin. This is really something to celebrate” said an elated Mrs Hattersley. Four subjects recorded 100% pass at either A* or A: Art, Latin, Food Technology and Music. While several subjects showed 100% A* - B: English Literature, French, History of Art, History, Maths, PE and RS. There was also a good showing in the sciences where14% of the cohort achieved A* for Biology, 18% A* for Chemistry and 20% A* for Physics. Head Scholar, Emilia Ames, has achieved amongst the highest A-level results in the country! Her five A*s included maximum marks in Maths, Further Maths and Physics and secures her place to read Natural Sciences at Robinson College, University of Cambridge. Lucy Simon and Isabelle Bryan both received 100% in their Art exams. Congratulations to Emilia and to all the A-level students who produced an excellent set of results. Other notable achievements were Best Eiamsumang, Sarah Kuszynski, Annabel Smith (Head Girl) and Philippa Sumner who collectively gained a total of 5A*s and 8As. Mrs Hattersley said “congratulations to all the girls on an outstanding set of results. The range of higher education and other opportunities the girls are going on to highlights the diversity of their talents, and the education available to them at Godolphin. It is very rewarding to see the students entering the fields of Science, Engineering, Medicine and the Arts.” AS results were also well received in a year where there was a ‘mixed economy’ between reformed and unreformed subjects. 82% of all papers taken gained an encouraging A-C grade with eight students achieving three or more A grades. Congratulations to Katie Henderson for achieving straight As in five subjects and to Anna van der Horst (Head Girl 2016-17) obtaining four A grades. Sisters Emilia and Madeline Ames and Alexandra and Charlotte Burdge will have more to celebrate next week when the younger sisters get their GCSE results.
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