Kingswood Students Celebrate Excellent A Level Results
Students at Kingswood School are celebrating outstanding A Level results, with 67% of all grades at A* or A, 88% at A*- B and a 100% pass rate. In a remarkable achievement, this fine cohort has achieved Kingswood’s best ever outcome, considerably ahead even of the results achieved in 2020 and 2021.
We are very proud of our young people who have showed characteristic ambition and resilience to achieve such excellent results, despite the disruption they have experienced over the last few years. Amongst the many high achievers, particularly commendable results were awarded to Hiroki with 5 A* grades, and a further fifteen students who achieved 3 or 4 A* grades. We are equally delighted for our BTEC Sport cohort who all achieved Distinction and Distinction* grades in this qualification.
With 88% of all grades at A*- B, across a wide breadth of subjects including the arts and humanities, our students who applied have overwhelmingly gained acceptance at a university of their choice, despite increased competition this year as well as access to competitive apprenticeships. They now finish their Kingswood education well-equipped with both excellent qualifications and, more importantly, with the skills and personal qualities that enable them to be a powerful force for good in the world.
Headmaster, Andrew Gordon-Brown, commented: “I am immensely proud of all that these students have achieved and full of admiration for our dedicated teachers under whose guidance they were so well prepared. I look forward to hearing more about their journeys as they move onto the next stage of their lives; I am confident they will achieve great things and will continue to make a difference to the lives of those they meet.
As a cohort, they have been wonderful role models across all areas of school life, and living proof that at Kingswood pupils learn as much outside the classroom as they do within it. I am grateful for all their acts of service and the way they have enriched our community over the last years.”