Chatham & Clarendon A Level Results 2015

13th August 2015

Students from Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School have achieved another set of outstanding results. For the fourth year running the overall pass rate is over 99%, with 12% at A*, 24% at A*/A, 52% at A*-B and 79% at A*-C.
Headteacher Debra Liddicoat said, ‘our students have worked incredibly hard over the last two years to achieve these results and they are well deserved. I want to thank staff whose expertise and support has contributed to the success of our students'.
Special Mention should go to the following students whose results are truly outstanding:
Tarek Boumrah 3A's who has a place at St George’s, London to read Medicine
Jessica Cawley 4A* who has a place at Durham to read Physics
Emily Channon 3A* & 1B who has a place at Birmingham to read Chemical Engineering
Theodore Cox 1A* & 2A who has a place at Brasenose College, Oxford to read Philosophy, Politics & Economics

Charlotte Crabb 4A* who has a place at Bath to read Mathematic
Callum Duff 3A* & 2A who has a place at Pembroke College, Oxford to read French
Rosie Evans 1A* & 2A who has a place at Bristol to read Music
Pablo Garcia Thomas 2A*, 1A & 1B who has a place at York to read Chemistry
Max Grogan 1A*, 2A & 1B who has a place at King’s College, London to read Biochemistry Rory Middleton 2A* & 2A who has a place at Warwick to read Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics
Sarah Ryan 2A*, 1A & 1B who has a place at Bristol to read Chemistry
Ellen Russell 3A's who has a place at UCA to study Art & Design

Ellie Ward 2A*, 1A & 1B who has a place at York to read English
Kim Ward Hemmett 3A & 1B who has a place at Queen Mary, London to read Economics
Kate Weedy 3A* & 1A who has a place at York to read English
Joshua Yeoman 1A* & 3A who has a place at Bath to read Aerospace Engineering
 

The vast majority of our students are taking up university places studying a wide and diverse range of subjects which reflects our school’s determination to keep providing a rounded education catering for all. We wish all our students every success for the future.


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