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August 2015
A Level Results

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Advanced Results Day at BSix

BSix is celebrating another year of student success at A Level.


264 students took A Levels at BSix this year and 92% achieved. 12 A2 subjects achieved 100% pass rates:


Art & Design

Classical Civilisation

Communication & Culture

English Language & Literature

Government & Politics


Music Technology


Religious Studies

There are some really strong collective and individual achievements.  Sociology – again- turned in an excellent result.  26 of the 56 students gained an A or B grade.  Three of them attained the highest possible grade of A*: Mohamed Ibrahim (who also received A grades in English Literature, Psychology); Xinia James; and Amaan Khaliq-Francis.  A Level Government & Politics had a similarly excellent outcome:  all 25 candidates passed.


“These results are very impressive”, says Rebekah Westgate who is the Assistant Principal for Student Recruitment.  “Sometimes you can claim 100% achievement but there are only 2 or 3 students in a class.  Getting 100% with 25 students is a different order of things”.

Within these collective figures there are some stunning individual performances such as Leanne Gayle who achieved all As in History, English Literature and Media or Ruonong Xie who attained an A* in A2 Maths and As in A2 Further Maths and in AS Chemistry and Physics.

The A Level results follow another year of outstanding results on BTEC advanced level courses.  There was a 96% pass rate and 58% of students achieved high grades (Merit, Distinction* and Distinction).  This has opened the door to prestigious universities and courses for BSix students.  For example, Marian Aden achieved three Distinctions* on her BTEC IT course and is now off to study Computer Science at King’s College London while Charlotte Layton begins the autumn term at University of the Arts, London, on a degree in Journalism.