This year our A level students have achieved another set of phenomenal results. Our results are pushing for the top in Surrey State Schools and have placed Heathside Sixth Form in the top 10% nationally for progress. We are immensely proud of our students and wish them every success in the future.
The school has achieved a 99.6% pass rate A*- E with 39% being A*-A grades.
Overall pass rate at grades A*- B 70.4%
Overall pass rate at grades A* - C 91.7%
Grade summary table
Thirty-six of our students deserve particular recognition achieving two or more A or A* grades.
Abigail Kellett and Amber Stevens, Abbie Tremellen all achieved three A*’grades.
The students below achieved two or more A* grades at A level:
Anne Cullum, Executive Principal, congratulated the students:
Heathside’s A level results this year of 70% A* - B and 39% A*-A are excellent results. I would like to thank all of the Heathside school community; students, staff, parents and advisors who have worked hard to achieve our best results to date. We are delighted for the students and their families as such high achievement has enabled many to progress to their first choice university. We wish them every success for the future.
Tracy Dohel, Head of School
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the students and staff on the results this year. They demonstrate the students’ commitment to their learning, the excellent teaching at Heathside and the support and encouragement from parents and advisors. I wish all students continued success in their future ventures.
This year our students are moving on to study a wide range of courses from History to Aerospace Engineering with Pilot Studies at universities across the UK, including Oxford, Durham, Warwick, Southampton, Nottingham and Exeter.
Some university placement highlights include Juliette Saloway studying medicine at Birmingham, Charlotte Errington studying medicine at Southampton, Andrew Thompson studying medicine at Plymouth,Abbie Kellett studying Veterinary Science at Liverpool and Ella Gollings studying Dentistry at Bristol.
James Derham will be studying History at Oxford.