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Y13 Results 2021

King Ethel­bert School are so proud of their year 13 stu­dents and are cel­e­brat­ing some fan­tas­tic IBCP results. Fol­low­ing the excel­lent IB diploma results in July with an aver­age grade of 4.5 (graded 71), stu­dents have now received their level 3 BTEC results.

68% of BTEC extended diploma stu­dents (equiv­a­lent to an addi­tional 3 A Lev­els on top of the IB diploma grades gained) achieved triple dis­tinc­tion or dis­tinc­tion stars and 32% of BTEC diploma stu­dents (an addi­tional 2 A level equiv­a­lent) achieved dou­ble dis­tinc­tion or dis­tinc­tion stars. The over­all aver­age UCAS points achieved was 129 with 20% of stu­dents leav­ing with over 200 UCAS points. 80% of stu­dents passed the full IBCP with 96% of stu­dents pass­ing 1 or more level 3 qualifications.

Vicky Wills head­teacher said “We are thrilled with the fan­tas­tic IBCP results from our year 13 stu­dents. Stu­dents have worked with resilience and deter­mi­na­tion through chal­leng­ing and chang­ing cir­cum­stances this year. They are a ter­rific bunch of young peo­ple who have shown immense char­ac­ter, espe­cially in the last few months, and we are really proud of them. Once again we have seen how the IBCP pro­gramme sup­ports our young peo­ple in really find­ing their pas­sions and devel­op­ing their wider skills along­side rig­or­ous aca­d­e­mic stud­ies. Our stu­dents are off to a wide range of excit­ing and chal­leng­ing next steps.”

There were some out­stand­ing indi­vid­ual achievements.

Tay­lor Bath achieved D*DD in Busi­ness, grade 6 in HL Geog­ra­phy, 5 in HL Eng­lish and an A in the Reflec­tive Project. He is off to study Pol­i­tics at Lough­bor­ough University.

Jack Scott has achieved D*D*D in Busi­ness, a grade 6 in HL Geog­ra­phy, grade 5 in Maths and a B in the Reflec­tive Project. He is off to the Uni­ver­sity of Kent to study Envi­ron­men­tal Social Sciences.

James Pro­topa­pas achieved D*D*D* in Sport, two grade 6s in Biol­ogy and Busi­ness com­bined with a B in the Reflec­tive Project; he is off to study Sport Sci­ence at Uni­ver­sity of Exeter.

Paulina Gruzdz­i­u­naite achieved D*D*D* in Applied Sci­ence, 5 in HL Eng­lish, 5 in Psy­chol­ogy and a B in the Reflec­tive Project and is off to Uni­ver­sity of Kent to study Law.

Tia Irving-​Rahman achieved D*D*D* in Busi­ness, 7 in IB Busi­ness and 5 in Biol­ogy with an A for her Reflec­tive Project; she intends to join the Navy.

Emma Pre­ston achieved DD in Art and Design, 5 in Biol­ogy, 4 in Visual Arts , C in the Reflec­tive Project and she is off to Uni­ver­sity of Cre­ative Arts to study Fine Art.

Abi­gail Greetham achieved D*D*D in Sport, with 5 in Psy­chol­ogy, 6 in Ab Ini­tio Span­ish and C in the Reflec­tive Project; she is tak­ing a gap year and then is off to Portsmouth Uni­ver­sity to study Sport and Exer­cise Science.

Trin­ity Long achieved DD in Health and Social Care, 5s in Biol­ogy and Psy­chol­ogy, C in her Reflec­tive Project and is off to the Uni­ver­sity of Ply­mouth to study Nurs­ing (Adult Health).

Danny Gilbert-​Wynde achieved D*D*D* in Busi­ness, 5 in HL Eng­lish, 4 in Maths and A in Reflec­tive Project and he is tak­ing a gap year whilst he secures entry to the Royal Marines.

Chloe Watler achieved D*D*D* in Applied Sci­ence, 6 in Psy­chol­ogy and 5 in HL Eng­lish with a B for her Reflec­tive Project and she is going to Portsmouth Uni­ver­sity to study Foren­sic Psychology.

Antons Pimonovs achieved D*DD in Busi­ness, with 5 in HL Eng­lish, 6 in His­tory and A in her Reflec­tive Project; he is off to Uni­ver­sity of Aberdeen to study Law with Eng­lish Law and Euro­pean Legal Studies.

More­over, KES stu­dents are secur­ing offers to more diverse uni­ver­sity des­ti­na­tions than ever such as: Bath Uni­ver­sity, Uni­ver­sity of East Anglia, Uni­ver­sity for the Cre­ative Arts, Uni­ver­sity of Win­ches­ter, Uni­ver­sity of Ply­mouth, Uni­ver­sity of Aberdeen and more.

Rebecca Darch, Head of 6th Form said “We are incred­i­bly proud of each of our stu­dents and how they have achieved the require­ments to progress onto their cho­sen next steps. Even with the unprece­dented chal­lenges they have faced this year, we have seen the aver­age IB and BTEC grades increase and many of the cohort accept­ing their place at uni­ver­sity, with some start­ing higher level appren­tice­ships and oth­ers who have secured employ­ment includ­ing the Armed Forces and the Police service”.