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Celebrating students performances and prestigious destinations at Bow Sixth Form

We are thrilled to share with our wider school community that once again, our Sixth Form is celebrating students impressive performances and attaining their chosen destinations in this year’s examinations. Students success, work ethic and determination was celebrated across a wide range of subjects and as they progress on to respected universities across the country to take up studies in specialist subjects, impressive apprenticeships and coveted careers.

Year 13 student Najib achieved an impressive AABB in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Economics. On receiving his results, she said: “I am absolutely delighted with what I have achieved, I couldn’t have asked for more from my teachers”. He now looks forward to studying Medicine at university in September.

Highlights of the 2023 examinations include:

  • 100% of grades awarded at A Level History were A*-C with 50% A*-B.
  • 80% of grades awarded at A Level Economics were A*C.
  • 10% of all grades awarded were A* or equivalent (D* at level 3 BTEC).
  • 32% of all grades awarded were A*A or equivalent (D*/D at level 3 BTEC).
  • 53% of all grades awarded were A*-B or equivalent (D*-M at level 3 BTEC).
  • 67% of all grades awarded were A*-C or equivalent (D*-P) at level 3 BTEC).
  • The average grade for BTEC Level 3 Business Studies was D, D, D.
  • 100% of grades awarded at A Level English were A*-C.
  • 75% of grades awarded at A Level Government of Politics were A*-C with 50% A*-B.
  • 60% of grades awarded for A Level Maths were A*-C with 50% at A*-B.
  •  Tahmid proudly celebrates a remarkable set of results in his BTEC results, attaining D*DD in Business and looks forward to starting his next chapter – having been offered a place at Queen Mary University to study Accounting and Finance, but tempted by exciting career prospects in the city.
  • Bow Sixth Former Bilkis achieved ABC in History, English and Psychology and is looking forward to attending University of London in September, to read Psychology.

It is our goal is to prepare students for life beyond Sixth Form, rooted in our vision to ensure every student is World and Career Ready. Through a carefully planned personal development programme, aspirational curriculum and an extensive range of university, apprenticeship and career initiatives and programmes, we are confident that every student achieves our vision for their future and is evidenced in our delighted Year 13 cohort who are proudly accepting places at their first-choice universities and embarking on exciting and successful career and apprenticeship placements.

“This incredible group of Year 13 students should be incredibly proud of what they have achieved. Over the last two years, they have sought out every opportunity to grow academically and personally, to achieve what they wanted in pursuit of their aspirations. I feel privileged and inspired to have led these students during their time at Sixth Form and wish them every success in their future endeavours”. Mr Khan, Head of Sixth Form

Headteacher Danny Lye commented: “Every year, our Sixth Form continues to flourish, as a result of our hardworking students and a commitment across the board to our students development. Our school and Sixth Form is bursting to the seams with relevant and engaging opportunities, personalised guidance and bespoke expertise, carefully planned to excite and inspire students. I am so proud that they have all worked so hard over the two years and can confidently declare them World and Career Ready! Wishing the class of 2023 every success in the future and we look forward to welcoming them back to share their success stories with us.”

A full outline of our school's examination performance can be accessed via the Department for Education website, accessible below.

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION PERFORMANCE TABLE

2023 KEY STATS

KS5: 2023 Outcomes

3 A*-A

AAB+

1 or More A*-B

3 A* - E

1 or More  A*-E

Average points score

Average Grade

Applied Subject APS

Applied Avg. Grade

Students staying in education or entering employment

2022 KEY STATS

KS5: 2022 Outcomes

3 A*-A

14%

AAB+ 

36%

1 or More A*-B

89%

3 A* - E

96%

1 or More  A*-E

100%

Average points score

38.9

Average Grade

B-

Applied Subject APS

127.8

Applied Avg. Grade

D*DD

Student retention 

98% 

Students staying in further education or entering employment

8% 

Students going on to Higher Education 

92%

Students going on to Russell Group Universities 

47% 

2021 KEY STATS

KS5: 2021 Outcomes

3 A*-A

32

AAB+

36

1 or More A*-B

89

3 A* - E

100

1 or More  A*-E

100

Average points score

40.4

Average Grade

B-

Applied Subject APS

133.1

Applied Avg. Grade

D*DD

Students staying in education or entering employment

94% 

2020 KEY STATS

KS5: 2020 Outcomes

3 A*-A

28%

AAB+

28%

1 or More A*-B

72%

3 A* - E

100%

1 or More  A*-E

100%

Average points score

37.6

Average Grade

C+

Applied Subject APS

117.8

Applied Avg. Grade

DDM

Students staying in education or entering employment

97%

2019 KEY STATS

KS5: 2019 Outcomes

3 A*-A

0%

AAB+

0%

1 or More A*-B

50%

3 A* - E

86%

1 or More  A*-E

100%

Average points score

25.7

Average Grade

D+

Applied Subject APS

98.9

Applied Avg. Grade

DDM

Students staying in education or entering employment

73%