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Exam Results

A Level Exam Success 2021

For our Year 13 students, A Level results day saw the culmination of 2 years’ hard work in what must be two of the hardest years of their schooling, with multiple lockdowns, isolations, uncertainty and dramatic changes to courses and assessments.

We are exceptionally proud of the resilience and commitment our students have shown and congratulate them on achieving some fantastic results despite the disruption they have faced.

Finally they are able to celebrate the end of their time at West Hatch and contemplate their futures. We are delighted that so many of our students have achieved results that have enabled them to progress on to their desired future pathways. 

It is important to remember that the 6th Form is not just about academic outcomes, although clearly this is important, but it is also about preparing them for the next stage in their lives and our students have taken every opportunity afforded to them to grow as individuals.

As a result of the processes by which students have been awarded grades this year, we will not be releasing overall school figures but wish to celebrate the achievements of our students nonetheless. Congratulations to the following students who have really excelled this year:

A Level

A Level

Diya

Zaman

A*, A*, A*, C

Emsal

Ali

A*, A*, A*, A* (Extended Project)

Imogen

Stephens

A*, A*, A*

Lorena

Ejupi

A*, A*, A*

Anastasija

Boikova

A*, A*, A*

Frederick

Taylor

A, A, A, B (Extended Project)

Ziyad

Zikrya

A, A, A

The following students all achieved A*, A, B:
Amy Fitch, Muhsin Khan, Laura Kazickaite, Anya McComish, Joshua Martin

BTEC Business Extended Diploma

BTEC Business Extended Diploma

Ciaran

Freeman

Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction*

Nicholas

Rodriguez

Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction

Gianni

Zeolla

Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction

Aayush

Chandel

Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction

Olivia

Hogarth

Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction

Rishin

Patel

Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction

Romone

Persaud

Distinction, Distinction, Distinction

Aaqib

Raja

Distinction, Distinction, Distinction

Headteacher, Daniel Leonard said, “Post 16 study is a stepping stone to the future and our students’ results mean most are able to progress on to their desired further education, training programmes or employment.  We are delighted that so many of our students have achieved their ambitions and are going on to either study at university or have been accepted onto prestigious higher apprenticeships. This year we have students going onto study at universities such as Exeter, Durham, Loughborough, Kings College, Queen Mary and UCL among others and students taking on apprenticeships with the RAF and in Quantity Surveying and Finance. I would like to thank our staff for all of their hard work in supporting the students through the unchartered territory of TAGs to ensure they achieved the grades they deserved. Congratulations again to all of our students for their hard work and achievements this year and wish them the very best of luck for the future."

For further information on West Hatch High School please visit our website www.westhatch.net or email the school office at admin@westhatch.net.   

Exams Results 2019 - KS5

Below are the examination results for West Hatch Sixth form in 2019. No performance tables were published for 2020. For more information or results from previous years please see the government performance table

Progress

  • A levels: -0.08
  • Applied general qualifications (broad vocational qualification): 0.33

These figures tell you how much progress students who studied  qualifications at this school or college made between the end of key stage 4 and the end of their academic qualification studies, compared to similar students across England.

Attainment

  • A levels: An average result of a C and a points score of 29.38
  • Applied general qualifications (broad vocational qualification): An average result of a distinction and a points score 31.09

These figures tell you the average grade and average points that students achieved in their applied general qualifications. We give a points value to all qualifications so you can compare qualifications of a different size and grading system. We base the number of points on the challenge and size of a qualification. A maximum of 50 points are available for a top grade.

English and Mathematics progress

These scores show how much progress students at this school or college made in English and maths qualifications such as GCSE re-takes, between the end of key stage 4 and the end of the 16 to 18 phase of education.

Maths progress

  • 2019 - The number of students resitting Maths in 2019 was too low for a progress score
  • 2018: 0.53
  • 2017: 0.2

English progress

  • 2019 - There were no entries.

Retention - % of students completing their main study programme

  • 80%

For further information on West Hatch High School please visit our website www.westhatch.net or email the school office at admin@westhatch.net.