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CATERING AND HOSPITALITY
A-LEVEL RESULTS 2018
We are delighted by another very strong set of A level results this summer. The students have performed fantastically well and should be extremely proud of their achievements. They have worked very hard and shown tremendous perseverance and determination to succeed throughout their time as Teign students within Templer Sixth form. The progress of students has improved from the previous year and more than two thirds of the grades for A level and vocational courses were grade C or higher and one third were grades A*-B. With the changes and increase in the challenge of the A levels over the last two years and the move to terminal examinations at the end of the two years of study, we are pleased that with the support of the hardworking staff, students have excelled. The vast majority of students have achieved grades for them to be accepted at their first choice of university, including many at Russell Group Universities, with students of all ability set to pursue their future dreams and careers. We would like to congratulate all of the students for their achievements and wish them all the best for their future endeavours.
Head of Sixth Form, Ros McClymont, said, “’On behalf of the staff at Teign school we would like to pass on our congratulations to our wonderful students who have, yet again, achieved a fantastic set of A level results. We are exceptionally proud of their achievements. These results are well deserved and down to our students’ hard work, commitment and endeavour over the last two years. We are delighted that so many have achieved grades in line with, or above expectations. As in previous years we are thrilled our students are accessing some of the best universities and courses across the country and we wish all of them the best of luck for their exciting and aspirational next steps.
GCSE results 2018
Following the success of some superb A level results with many students winning places at Russell Group universities (including 1 at Durham, 2 at Bristol, 5 at Exeter, 3 at Cardiff, 2 at Surrey and 1 at Southampton), students at Teign School have achieved an excellent set of GCSEs with a strong increase from last year in the percentage of grade 5s and above for English and maths when compared to 2017.
Notable results include:
- A student who achieved 1 grade 9, 6 grade 8s and 2 grade 7s
- A student who achieved 2 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 5 grade 7s
- A student who achieved 5 grade 8s, 4 grade 7s and 1 grade 6
Headteacher, Suzannah Wharf, commented ‘We are exceptionally proud of the achievements of the students at Teign. They have worked incredibly hard and deserve their success. I am delighted that the results show improvements from last year and this is testament to the efforts of the students supported by the incredible staff at the school. This year students have been the first cohort in sitting new 9-1GCSE examinations in most subject areas. I am pleased that our students have performed well at this time of change and increased challenge nationally to the GCSE system. Our students have shown great resilience and determination to succeed and I have absolute confidence they will continue to go on to do well whatever their future aspirations.’