Chellaston Academy A Level and Level 3 Examination Results 2021-22
Chellaston Academy is delighted with the incredible examination results achieved by our Year 13 students. We are especially pleased to announce these are the best set of results the school has ever achieved; this includes being better than the teacher assessed grades awarded during the pandemic. We are also proud that our results have bucked the national picture which show a decline in attainment compared to previous years.
66.2% of our grades at A Level were achieved at A* – B, 42.5% of our grades were A* – A, 99.7% of our grades were A* – E. In addition, the average grade across all A Level entries is a grade B. We would like to say well done to Jack Broster, Josiah Calvert, Oliver Edmonds, Jesse Edwards, Bethany Winfield, Sophie Wilson, Fraser Howat, William Lacey and Christopher Levesley who have achieved A*s in all of their subjects. This is an exceptional achievement.
100% of our grades in vocational subjects were at Distinction and Distinction*.
We are delighted that the vast majority of our students have achieved their first-choice pathway. This includes three students who have been successful in gaining a place at Oxford or Cambridge University to study medicine, mathematics and history; another student who has been successful in gaining a place on a veterinary degree course and a number of students who have successfully achieved the requirements to begin their degree apprenticeships with companies such as Jaguar Land Rover and Rolls Royce.
We want to congratulate all of our students, not only for achieving the results they have, but for demonstrating such determination, diligence and positivity in what has been difficult and uncertain times. We wish you all the very best for your future.
The school culture of Integrity, Care and Excellence is at the heart of everything we do, and students leave Chellaston Academy ready to be successful in their next stages in life. All of this success is not possible without the dedication and support from every member of staff at the school, and I would like to thank them all.
As part of QEGSMAT, Anne Martin the CEO, sends her congratulations to all the Chellaston students for their incredible achievements during the past two challenging and disrupted years. Thank you to the teachers and staff who have worked to support the students at Chellaston, in particular Year 13. These outcomes reflect everyone’s commitment, hard work and positive attitudes. Anne wishes the students all the very best in the next chapter of their lives’.
Proud Executive Headteacher