Bishop Gore School
A Level Results 2018
Outstanding A’ Level exam results for Bishop Gore School pupils!
Bishop Gore School pupils have once again reflected the high standards associated with the school by excelling in their A’ level examinations and Level 3 vocational courses.
The percentage of pupils securing grades from A*-C was outstanding and exceeded 97% this year. Over 90% of students achieved at least 2 A*-E grades and the overall pass rate increased to 100%. An outstanding 88% of Year 13 pupils gained the Welsh Baccalaureate Skills Challenge Certificate at the higher grades A*-C.
This year, over 84% of pupils achieved 2 A*-C grades, whilst almost a third (31%) of the grades achieved were at the highest A*-A.
5 pupils achieved at least 3 A* or A grades at A’ level this year across a range of academic and vocational subjects.
Bishop Gore School has an excellent reputation throughout Wales for consistently outstanding teaching and learning and this year’s A’ Level results once again reflect the high standards that are achieved on an annual basis.
These fantastic results not only reward the hard work and commitment of the pupils and staff but also reflect the outstanding working relationships that exist between the staff and their students.
The broad range of academic and vocational subjects offered to pupils at Bishop Gore School has enabled the pupils to secure jobs, apprenticeships and places at universities throughout the UK and we wish them the very best of luck in their future studies and careers.
In addition to the outstanding results already mentioned, the following students achieved:
4 A*-A grades
Doua Ben Amer who went to Brynmill Primary is going on to study Law at Swansea or Cardiff University
Isabella Caplin who went to Grange Primary will be studying English Literature at Warwick University
Rosie Charles who also went to Grange Primary will be reading Natural Sciences at Cambridge University or Bristol University
3 A*-A Grades
Tahir Miah who went to St Helen’s Primary and is going on to study Business at UWE Bristol
Lojane Zerti who went to Sketty Primary and is going to study Engineering at Swansea University
2 A*-A Grades
Cerys Orphan who went to Brynmill Primary and is going to read RS at Lancaster University
Chelsea Watchman who went to Terrace Road Primary is going to study Geography at Bristol University
Rhys Cottrell who went Grange Primary and is going to study Business in Cardiff Metropolitan University
Fergal Jowett who went to St Thomas Primary is having a gap year