A LEVELS: Triple A average for Rendcomb College pupils
Pupils are collecting their record-breaking A Level results today.
This year, pupils achieved an average of 374 UCAS points, bringing the average clutch of results per student to AAA with 95% making it into their chosen university.
Rendcomb College, famous for championing an inclusive and broad-ranging education, has exceeded results from previous years bringing the A* to A count up to nearly 50%.
Headmaster Rob Jones said: “I believe that much of this success comes from the close working relationship that pupils and staff can form in a small school. These pupils contribute in all areas of school life but are also hard-working and reflective learners who are well taught.
“I now look forward to following the progress of our newest alumni as they embark on undergraduate courses at their chosen universities including Oxford, Imperial, Bristol, Leeds, Exeter and Cardiff.”
Speaking about the Sixth Form provision at Rendcomb College, Rob said: “Last year we announced that we would reduce our Sixth Form day fee by 30%, an unprecedented move but one which has been welcomed and supported by local families. We now have a Lower Sixth cohort that is double the size of last year’s group. Today’s results once again reaffirm that Rendcomb College provides an unrivalled environment for pupils to grow, explore and learn.”
- A*- A results doubled in the past two years to nearly 50%
- 72% achieved A*- B grades
- Nearly 30% of pupils achieved straight A-A*
- 95% of pupils made it into their chosen university