Sidcot heateacher proud of pupils’ A-level results
- Credit: Sidcot School
Sidcot School’s headteacher has praised his students’ achievements after they picked up their A-level results this morning (Thursday).
Two out of every five exams sat by teenagers this summer were graded A* or A, with almost two thirds receiving a B or better.
Headteacher Iain Kilpatrick said: “We are once again delighted with such an impressive set of results.”
Among the high achievers were Finlay Bosworth, from Weston-super-Mare, who will be off to study philosophy and history.
He said: “I was up all night worrying but once I got the results I was so happy all the hard work had paid off.
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“The school, and especially the teaching staff, have been really supportive – it’s such a peaceful environment to study in.”
Zak Brannan, from Axbridge, will be heading to Durham after excelling in maths, further maths and physics.
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He said: “I’m so happy it went so well.
“I’ve loved my time at Sidcot. I started here in reception so it’s been 14 years in all.”
Mr Kilpatrick is ‘proud’ of the pupils’ results.
He said: “The good grades only tell part of the story – they are a blunt measure of the school’s overall performance.
“We are determined to provide a broad and balanced education that ensures our students are equipped with the skills they need for a life outside of education.
“At Sidcot we develop important qualities, such as critical thinking and resilience that will prepare students for life, not just an exam.”