Results 2018

The IB Diploma results, which were released on Friday 6th July, have been collected by the largest ever cohort of pupils at St Edward’s. Representing 50% of the year group, the 77 pupils opting for the programme in 2017-2018 produced a strong set of results. 85% of all Higher Level grades were at the top end at Levels 5 – 7, whilst 57% of HL grades were at the highest Levels of 6 – 7.

Jack Riddick, who scored 43 out of 45 and will read Philosophy at St Andrew’s, was one of 12 to score 40 points or more this year. You can read a summary of the IB Diploma results for 2018 by clicking here and more details will be released later in the summer.

The A Level results are out on Thursday 16th August whilst the GCSE results will be received on Thursday 23rd August. The very best of luck to all those pupils who are still awaiting their grades.

Results in 2017

In the Sixth Form, 80% of all grades secured by 2017 leavers were at the top end: A*-B at A Level or Levels 5-7 in the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Over half (53%) were at the very highest level: A*/A at A Level, Levels 6/7 in the IB.

Click here for detailed tables of academic results for 2017.

The average point score for all IB candidates was 36; 58% of Higher Level grades were 6/7. Alongside Aaron, outstanding IB results were achieved by the following:

James Moore-Stanley, 42, Medicine at the University of Manchester

Nicola Roberts, 42, Philosophy at the University of Bristol

Carolina Rimoldi, 41, French and Russian at Christ Church, Oxford University

Anamika Pillai, 41, History at University College, London University

Eleanore Wood, 41, Geography at the University of Edinburgh

Konstantinos Doxiadis, 41, Philosophy, Trinity, Cambridge University

Paul Beckers, 40, Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Fergus Cameron Watt, 40, Economic and Politics, the University of Exeter

Will Deasy, 40, Economics and Geography, the University of Leeds

Izzy Barrand, 40, Management Sciences, Loughborough University

At A Level, 80% of all grades were A*-B, with 50% at A*/A.

Exceptional results were achieved by:

Noah Phipps, A*A*A*A* Physics, the University of Manchester

Immy Higgins, A*A*A* English Literature, Durham University

Robert Asatryan, A*A*AA Biochemistry, Somerville College, the University of Oxford

James Parsonage, A*A*A PPE, King’s College London

Eva Cottingham-Mayall, A*AAA Classics, Trinity College, the University of Cambridge

Joe Zietman, A*AAA PPE, Durham University

Ceci Sutcliffe, A*AAB Middle Eastern Studies, the University of Edinburgh

Em Catchpole, A*AA Destination to be confirmed

Lachlan Douglas Ferguson, A*AA Philosophy and Theology, the University of Bristol

Scarlet Eadie, A*AA History of Art, the University of Bristol

Rohan Pandya, A*AA International Relations, the University of Exeter

Theo Ross, A*AA Destination to be confirmed

Coco Vulliamy Taylor, A*AA Destination to be confirmed

Jeffrey Zhao, A*AA Chemistry, University College London

At GCSE level, more than 85% of grades were A*-B, with a record 33% A*; 62% were A*/A.

The following achieved particularly impressive GCSE results:

Tim Hohage, 11 A*, 1 A

Liz Yan, 11 A*, 1 A

Annabel MacDonald-Smith, 11 A*

Max Ogdon, 11 A*

Anish Mehta, 11 A*

Sybilla Hamilton, 11 A*

Michael Proskuryakov, 11 A*

Alexandra Orlova, 10 A*, 2 A

Ilana Cope, 10 A*, 1 A

Aerin Hobbs, 10 A*, 1 A

Poppy Webb, 10 A*, 1 B

Kyla Haslett-Hawkins, 9 A*, 2 A

Sanders Lau, 9 A*, 3 A

Warden Stephen Jones said, ‘These results are great testament to the hard work of our pupils and staff. The outstanding performance at the very top end means that pupils are truly embracing their studies and all the opportunities open to them to achieve at the highest level. We do all we can to motivate our pupils but the hard work must come from them – and I’m pleased to see in our 2017 results clear evidence that the vast majority took up the challenge’.

Click for more detailed information about university destinations and academic results: A Level, IB and GCSE.

For further information about the academic programme at St Edward’s, please email Matthew Albrighton, Deputy Head Academic

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