2016/17 A Level Exam Results


Chepstow School students have been inspired in their learning once more, with exceptional A-level results.

98% of our grades were at A*-E, and particularly outstanding was that 35% achieved A*-A, with 17* achieving A*-A*.  Our A*-B% was also impressive, at 56%.

We are, as ever, very proud of all of our students, but some particularly noteworthy achievements are as follows:

Cerys Barclay achieved 4 A* grades and will go to Imperial College, London, to study Biomedical Engineering.

Emily Williams, one of our Head Students, achieved A*A*A*A and will study Mathematics at the University of Warwick.

Jacob Van Buren achieved A*AAA and will study History at the University of Cambridge.

Miranda Jones achieved A*AA and will study Biological Sciences at University College, London.

Sophie Clegg achieved AAA and will study Neuroscience at the University of Southampton.

Evan Phipps achieved AAA and will study Business Management at Cardiff University.

Our BTEC results were also outstanding, with noteworthy achievements including those of Emily Pine-Smith, one of our Deputy Head Students, who attained D*D*D* and a C in ICT A-level.  She will go to Cardiff Metropolitan University to study Sport and Physical Education.

Saiva Salce achieved D*D*D* and a B in ICT A-level, and goes on to study Business Management at Swansea University.

Georgia Reid achieved D*D*D and will study Sports Coaching at The University of Gloucestershire.

Our students have also secured some excellent apprenticeships, including Tom Ashton, who will train with Dyson, and Joel Kirton, who will train with Babcock International.

Melanie Thomas, Assistant Headteacher 14-19, said:

“I am so thrilled that the hard work and dedication of our students and staff has paid such brilliant dividends.  Our results at Chepstow School are, once again, truly stunning, and our students have excelled on their chosen pathways thanks to their diligence and the hard work and support of our inspiring staff.  We wish all of our students the very best of luck for their next steps and we look forward to hearing about their future journeys as valued, lifelong members of our Chepstow family.”

Craig Bridgeman, Chair of Governors, said:

“I am proud of the successes of our students and know that they have all the skills they need to make their next steps.  Chepstow School staff have supported students in achieving brilliant outcomes that will empower them for the rest of their lives.  They are very well prepared for the university, apprenticeships and work placements they go on to and we wish them the very best of luck.”