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Yet another impressive set of A Levels results for The Hart School

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The Hart School in Staffordshire (@thehartschool) is celebrating an impressive set of #ALevelResults for yet another year with Oxford University amongst the next step for its students.

As the upward trend continues at the Creative Education Trust school the average point score has gone up once again this year with Sixth Form students achieving an average Grade B.

Over a fifth of their students achieved three grades at a B or above – with nearly half of the cohort achieving 3 grades at C or above.

Top subjects were spread across all departments including Art and Photography, Sociology, Biology, Geography, Environmental Science, Sport and Engineering.

Notable successes include in Maths, History, and the Sciences

Notable individual successes at the Rugeley school include Thomas Marriott, pictured – 4A* in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics; Joel-Jake Marsh – 3A* Biology, Psychology, Law; Megan Emery – 3A* History, Psychology, Maths; Ben Griffiths 2A* 1A in Maths, Further Maths, Law and Distinction* ICT; and Anya Tregay, pictured, who is now off to study Law at Oxford University – 2A* 1A Literature, Spanish, Psychology and Distinction* in Music.

Proud Head of Sixth Form Ben Brennan said: “We are driven to achieve the best possible outcomes for students and we’re exceptionally proud to see our results continue to improve year-on-year.

“This allows our students to be as aspirational as possible, with many of our students going to some of the most prestigious Russell Group universities and securing employment with global companies. It is these life chances that make all the difference in our ever-changing world.

“We’re incredibly proud of these results which are testament to the hard work and determination of both staff and students in what’s been a challenging year for all.”

Sixth Form continues to go from strength to strength

Principal Miss Rachael Sandham said: “Our motto is “We Can, We Will, We Do” and we work together with our Sixth Form students to achieve their goals and aspirations to enable them to go forward with confidence to take the next step into the world of work on their chosen career path.

“We are happy and proud that our students are able to get the best results from an incredibly broad and varied curriculum and that our Sixth Form continues to go from strength to strength.”

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