Farmor’s School has had another year of outstanding ‘A’ level results with 81.1% of passes at A*- C grades. Students who achieved the highest grades performed particularly well with 9.3% of passes at A*.
18 of our students achieved at least three passes at A grade.
Among the highest achievers were Ginimol Matthew from Fairford who achieved 5 As, Isabella Burton from Hatherop who achieved 2A* and 2As, Thomas Nicholas from Cirencester who gained 3A* and a B and Victoria Rees from Down Ampney and Sarah Ryan from Cricklade who both achieved 1A* and 3As.
Back row (left to right): Fran Mordant, Alex Mulligan, Jess Bird, Izzy Burton
Front (left to right): Corinne Dugdale, Tom Nicholas, Sarah Ryan, Chloe Maycock, Ginimol Matthew
Headteacher Anne Stokes said, “We are absolutely delighted that this year our students have performed at this incredibly high level. It reflects the tremendous commitment and hard work of both the students and staff at the school. I would also like to thank parents and governors for the support that they give to the school as we prepare the students for these very important exams. These results put Farmor’s alongside the very best in the country. I am so proud of what our young people have achieved; their success is astonishing and very well deserved.”
Pass rate: 99.2%
A* grades: 9.3%
A* - B grades 59.4%
A* - C grades 81.1%
No of students: 124