A level results from across the Banbury area

Students have been receiving their results this morning (Thursday August 17) and we will be updating this article throughout the day.
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Chenderit School

The staff and governors at Chenderit School congratulate each of their Year 13 students on an excellent set of A Level results this year.

The results were:

Chenderit School students Jamie Cook and Yousra Radi celebrate their A level results.Chenderit School students Jamie Cook and Yousra Radi celebrate their A level results.
Chenderit School students Jamie Cook and Yousra Radi celebrate their A level results.

51% of all results have been graded A*, A or B and 20% of all results have been graded A* or A.

Headteacher, Jane Cartwright, said: “We are immensely proud of our Year 13 cohort who have achieved fantastic results, embodying our ethos of “aim high, work hard and be nice.

"These examinations were the first set of external assessments that this cohort have sat owing to the cancellation of the GCSE examinations during the pandemic, and the fantastic outcomes that they have all achieved are a testament to our students’ hard work, dedication and resilience.

"We have enjoyed celebrating with our students this morning and we wish them all every success in their next steps”.

Kineton High School's Melissa Morley and Annabelle Bailey celebrate with their results.Kineton High School's Melissa Morley and Annabelle Bailey celebrate with their results.
Kineton High School's Melissa Morley and Annabelle Bailey celebrate with their results.

Chenderit School would like to to highlight the following students’ achievements in particular:

Ibrahim Assani, who achieved 3 A*s and an A and is now moving on to study Law at the University of York, Ella Shenton who achieved an A*, A and a B and is now studying Digital Media and Communications at the University of Birmingham, Jed Gibbins, who achieved A*, A, B and is now moving on to study Geography at the University of Exeter, Phoebe Pope, who achieved A*, 2 As and a B and is now moving on to study Chemistry at the University of Bath.

Lottie Reid who achieved 3 As and a B and is now studying Natural Sciences at the University of Exeter, Annabelle Tappenden who achieved 3 As and is studying Meteorology and Climate at the University of Reading, Emma Prew who achieved 2 As and a B and is studying History at the University of Manchester, Gregory Blake, who achieved 2 As and a B and is now moving on to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Exeter.

Ibrahim Assani said: “I am shaking - I cannot believe it. I am so happy. I was not expecting to get these results. I really want to be a barrister”

A group of A* art students from The Warriner School.A group of A* art students from The Warriner School.
A group of A* art students from The Warriner School.

Jed Gibbons said: “I’m over the moon, my dad cried! I am so excited about starting at Exeter to study Geography.”

Kineton High School

Kineton High School is pleased to report that students at the sixth form performed extremely well this summer across A Level and Applied courses.

The results were:

North Oxfordshire Academy student David with his A level results.North Oxfordshire Academy student David with his A level results.
North Oxfordshire Academy student David with his A level results.

55% of students achieving A* - B, and 28% receiving A*-A and an overall pass rate of 98%.

Sam Bonfield, head of sixth Form said: “I am delighted that the vast majority of students have secured their places at their chosen universities and apprenticeships.

"Well done to Melissa Morley who will take up her place at Oxford University to read Biochemistry with 3A*s and an A grade and Eniko Kata who will be studying Veterinary Science at Surrey or Liverpool . Thanks to the incredible sixth form team for all their hard work."

Other excellent achievements include: Lewis Mack 2A*A, Michael McCauley 2A*B, Joseph Perrot A*2 A, Ed Smith A*A B, Luke Palmer 3A, Charlotte Palmer 2A, Dist*, Ben Munster A*A B, Oliver Davis A*A B, Annabelle Bailey 3A.

The Warriner School

Students, parents and staff at The Warriner are celebrating an excellent set of A-Level results.

Tudor Hall student Asyah celebrates after receiving her results.Tudor Hall student Asyah celebrates after receiving her results.
Tudor Hall student Asyah celebrates after receiving her results.

The results were:

27% of all results graded A-A*, and 52% of results graded A*-B, with the overall average grade of B.

Executive headteacher, Annabel Kay and head of school, Sharon Nicholls said: “This set of results truly reflects our students hard work, resilience, and commitment to their studies.

They have had such a challenging few years and all can be so proud of what they have achieved. We must also thank the sixth form staff who have given so freely of their time and expertise to support our students”

North Oxfordshire Academy

Today, students and staff at North Oxfordshire Academy are celebrating as students receive their A Level and equivalent results.

The results were:

31% of all results graded A*-B and a 100% pass rate at the school.

Interim principal Ellie Jacobs, said: “Very well done to all our Year 13s achieving their A Level grades today. It is excellent to see so many of them securing places at their first-choice universities and being well-prepared to successfully take their next steps.

"Staff across the school have been an enduring support to our Sixth Formers over the past two years of their studies and I know all of us wish them the very best of luck for the future.”

Standout individual success at the school include: David, with two A*s in Mathematics and Physics and an A in Chemistry, and will be attending Imperial College London to study Materials Science and Engineering. Michal, with an A in Physics, a B in Mathematics and a Distinction* in Engineering, and will be attending King’s College London to study General Engineering.

Scarlett, with an A* in Art and Design, two Bs in Media and her Extended Project Qualification and a Distinction in Music, and will be attending Leeds Conservatoire to study Music (Popular Music). Bradley, who achieved four Bs in Psychology, Mathematics, Physics and his Extended Project Qualification, and will be attending Lancaster University to study Psychology. Laiba, with a B in Media, a C in Psychology and a Distinction*Distinction in Business, and will be attending Oxford Brookes University to study Business Management and Marketing.

David said: “I am really, really happy and cannot wait to move to London. Thank you to all my teachers but a huge thanks in particular o Mr Yeomans who is a great Maths teacher and who has giving me a lot of support.”

Blessed George Napier Catholic School

Students from Blessed George Napier Catholic School are today celebrating their excellent A Level results.

A large majority of the school’s students have chosen to continue their education, going on to study a wide variety of courses as diverse as Architecture, Economics, Cyber Security, Law, Politics, Art, Nursing, Fashion Marketing, Criminology, Psychology, Medical Science, Sport and Exercise Science and Creative Writing.

Headteacher, Niamh Dolan, commented: “It is always a joy to see our young people move onto the next stage in their lives and we are delighted by their successes again this year. We are very proud of them for all they have achieved”.

The school is particularly proud of Emily Rowe who achieved A* in all three of her A Levels and will go on to study Natural Sciences at Durham, and Illinca Panianopol who has accepted an offer from Oxford University to read Spanish and Italian.

Tudor Hall

Tudor Hall staff praised the hard work and resilience of the school’s students to receive A level outcomes.

The results were:

42% of all results graded A*-A, with two thirds of girls achieving at least one A* or A.

Headmistress, Julie Lodrick said: “I am delighted with the successes of our 2023 leavers. They have faced the challenges of the last few years with determination, optimism and good humour. We are proud of all that our girls have achieved during their time at Tudor Hall.

"As we celebrate their results today, we remember also that achievement at school should not only be quantified in terms of grades. The holistic learning environment they have experienced at Tudor has developed them both personally and academically and has made them into young women we are proud to know. We are privileged to have been a part of their journey.”

The school would like to congratulate Jemima for her A* grades in Classical Civilisation and History and A grade in English Literature will see her begin a History of Art course.

Jemima said, “I am so excited to have finally confirmed I will be attending The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2024 after the long wait for A level results. For this opportunity, I would like to thank Tudor for the wonderful support I have had from both students and staff.

"From the beginning, my interests have been nurtured by my teachers, who each have a clear passion for their subjects and a genuine care for their students. I can’t wait to see what life will hold after the amazing start that Tudor has given me."

The school also congratulates Eliza, who achieved With A grades in History, Politics and Art, and will be reading Philosophy.

She said: “I am really grateful for the support my teachers gave me and I believe that this enabled me to get the results necessary for UCL; without their dedication to their subjects and students, I am sure I would be in a different position.’

Asyah received A grades in Economics, Spanish and Psychology and was accepted into her first choice of course –Business and Management at Bristol. She said, “Despite the challenges of the last two years, my teachers have supported me fully in every way. No matter what you achieve, it is important that it does not define you. I am delighted with my results.”

Lottie will be pursuing a STEM pathway, with A* grades in Physics and Mathematics and A grades in Biology and AS Further Mathematics. She will be studying Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, London. Lottie said: ‘”I am so thankful to the teachers at Tudor for their relentless support and genuine interest in our futures, not just throughout the last two years, but ever since I joined the school in Year 7. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to come here; it has been the best possible experience and I wouldn't change it for anything!.”

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