We are thrilled that our Year 11 students have secured another set of excellent GCSE results. Once again, the Halliford School boys have seen their hard work pay off with 51.7% of the exams at the top Grades 7-9 and 99.4% Grades 9 -4.
Along with many fine individual performances, Daniel Wilkes led the way with a truly outstanding eleven Grade 9s. Closely followed behind was classmate Arya Shafighian with nine Grade 9s and two Grade 8s.
The whole year group worked extremely hard and were justifiably delighted when they received their impressive results.
Headmaster, Mr James Davies, said “It was wonderful to welcome Year 11 back to Halliford today to collect their GCSE results. After much confusion and uncertainty in recent weeks, it was superb to be able to celebrate their magnificent achievements with them and to discuss their future ambitions as they move into the Sixth Form. All students secured passes in English and Mathematics and once again our Art Department were triumphant with all entries graded either a 7, 8 or a 9.”
|% Pass 1||84.9||89.5||88.9||92.2|
|% Grades A/A* 2||33.2||34.8||40.6||38.2|
|% Pass 1||93||91||95||95|
|% Grades A/A* 2||49||42||46||41|
1 (Grades A*- C) (From 2018 Grades 4 – 9)
2 (From 2018 Grades 7 – 9)
|% Pass (Grades 4-9)||99.4|
|% Grades 7-9||51.7|
Sixth Form students at Halliford School in Shepperton are celebrating having achieved another excellent set of A Level results. Our students have obtained an outstanding 100% pass rate with the vast majority of the results being graded at A* to C.
At Halliford School we pride ourselves on the fact that our examination results are about individual success, not school statistics and here too many Hallifordians have every reason to celebrate. Top performing students include Brian, who is heading to Manchester University to study Law having gained 3 As. Brian said, “I am overjoyed with my A Level results and was overwhelmed with a sense of relief that I would be able to go to my university of choice. None of this would have been possible without the support of all the amazing staff members. I am looking forward to going to Manchester to study Law and all the opportunities that will come with it.”
All the best to all of our Sixth Formers with their future studies and careers. As you leave the School and become a member of our Old Hallifordian Alumni, we hope you will always feel proud to be a Hallifordian.
Cameron Hunter achieved 2 A*s and 1 A, and is heading off to Warwick University to study Physics. Cameron commented, “Due to the current situation with Covid19, I was slightly nervous on results day due to the lack of exams. Halliford has meant a lot to me over my seven years, helping me develop not just the knowledge but also the skills to achieve the results I got, and studying for my A Levels has been some of my fondest time at Halliford. I am now looking forward to my next adventure studying Physics at Warwick University.”
James Woodgate achieved 3 A*s and we wish him all the best with his goals to reach the Olympics, and we will be watching his archery with great interest. James said, “I am really happy with my A Level results, and feel very lucky under the circumstances. I am really grateful to all of the Halliford teachers for their hard work and support. I now plan to take a gap year to focus on my archery in the Olympic squad as a stand-by athlete. I am absolutely delighted to have obtained a deferred place at Warwick University in 2021 to study Physics. I am however considering reapplying for Oxford University considering the grades I achieved.”
Lily Egleton achieved 2 A*s and 1 B, and will be heading off to Exeter University to study English Literature and Language. Lily commented, “Returning to Halliford for results day filled me with such pride and excitement at how my two years at Sixth Form led to me getting into my first-choice university. With the skills I have developed at Halliford Sixth Form thanks to the excellent staff and my peers, I feel confident and prepared for the next chapter of my education at Exeter University to study English Literature and Language.”
The Headmaster, James Davies, said, “We are immensely proud of our Class of 2020 on achieving an outstanding set of A Level grades in extraordinary circumstances amidst so much national disruption and uncertainty. Many congratulations, we wish you all every success as you move on to the next step in your academic journeys.”
|% Pass (Grades A*-E)||93.9||98.3||95.7||98.7|
|% Pass (Grades A*-C)||68.2||73.4||68||80.4|
|% Pass (Grades A*-B)||35.6||46.7||38.8||53.6|
|% Pass (Grades A*-E)||97.6||99||99||99|
|% Pass (Grades A*-C)||77.2||76.3||82||72|
|% Pass (Grades A*-B)||48||52.6||58.3||46.1|
|% Pass (Grades A*-E)||100|
|% Pass (Grades A*-C)||90.5|
|% Pass (Grades A*-B)||66.3|