girls results

St Benedict's Best Results Ever!

St Benedict’s Sixth Form students have achieved fantastic results right across the range of subjects in 2016.

boys results

Students and teachers have worked exceptionally hard again this year, supported by parents, to achieve the best grades possible.  Stand out results were for Matthew McLoughlinwith A* A* A* A*in Biology, Maths, Chemistry and his Extended Project,  who will be heading off to Queen’s College Oxford to study biological sciences,  Adam Hinchcliffe withA* A A A in Spanish, Biology, Chemistry and Maths who will be going on to study Medicine at Newcastle, Luke Simpson with A*AA in Biology, Maths and Chemistry who will be going on to Leeds Universityto study Medicine and Alice Hunte with AAA in English Language, Geography and Sociology who will also going to Leeds University to study Geography.

Alice and Molly

Against a national decline of top grades, 50% of students at St Benedict’s achieved grades A* to B, a rise of 7% from results in 2015. A stunning 100% of our students achieved A*-E pass this year.

90% of Year 13 students will be heading off to university this month to read a vast range of subjects from Forensic Sciences to Asian Pacific Studies and from law, medicine and accountancy to engineering, criminology and sports journalism. St Benedict’s has an increasing and large proportion of students going on to the top universities nationally, with students travelling as far afield as University College London, Exeter and Stirling University. About one in four students will be attending renowned Russell group universities, noted for their advanced research, such as Leeds, Nottingham, Newcastle and Manchester.

Mr McNicholas, St Benedict’s Director of Progression, said “I am so very pleased to see Year 13 achieve such well-deserved success and for so many of them to reach their first choice of university. I am very proud of all students for achieving such clear goals to the next steps in their lives and in securing their university places, apprenticeships and employment. I very much look forward to hearing from all our students about their achievements in the future.” Mrs Weir Assistant Head teacher Sixth Form was also very pleased for the students. “It is lovely to see year 13 achieve such success having made great progress over the last two years. They have been a fabulous year group and are an incredibly talented group of individuals. We will miss them and are also so pleased that they are now ready for the next step in their lives.” 

2016 ALPS Scores

  • St Benedict’s provider value added ALPS grade for the 2016 Year 13 A Level cohort is 3 which is defined as excellent progress for students and means we performed in the top 25% of schools nationally.

  • St Benedict’s over all “T score” ALPS grade for the 2016 Year 13 A Level cohort is 4 which is defined as very good progress and means we performed in the top 40% of schools nationally.

  • St Benedict’s provider value added ALPS grade for the 2016 Year 13 BTEC cohort is 2 which is defined as outstanding progress for students and means we performed in the top 10% of schools nationally.

  • St Benedict’s over all “T score“  ALPS grade for the 2016 Year 13 BTEC cohort is 2 which is defined as outstanding progress and means we performed in the top 10% of schools nationally.