Superb Results for QE StudentsDate Posted: 29/09/2016 | Posted In: Latest news
Students and staff at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College in Darlington are celebrating another year of excellent A Level results. QE is one of the largest A Level centres in the country and this year’s A Level pass rate is a wonderful 99.2% with a high grade rate (A*, A and B grades) of over 50%. 2 students attained 5 A*/A grades with a further 44 students being awarded 4 A*/As; an incredible achievement.
Sean McGuffin from Catterick achieved A* grades in Further Mathematics, Geology, Physics and Mathematics and an A in his Extended Project. In the Autumn, he will go to Manchester University to study Physics. Harry Farnworth from Stockton received 3 A* grades in Further Mathematics, Mathematics and Physics and A grades in Computing and Music Technology. He will now progress to Cambridge University to read Computer Science. Rogan Clark, also from Stockton, is going to study Physics at Oxford University after attaining 4 A* grades in Chemistry, Further Mathematics, Mathematics and Physics.
Milly Hodgson from Bedale achieved 3 A* grades in History, Religious Studies and Extended Project and an A grade in Law to secure her place to study History at Cambridge University.
Progressing to a Medicine course at Newcastle University is Nile Sharma from Middlesbrough who achieved 3 A* grades in Biology, English Literature and Extended Project and an A grade in Chemistry.
Principal, Tim Fisher, comments:
‘I am delighted that once again QE students have performed so well in their examinations. Students and staff have worked very hard to ensure this success and I am sure that our students can now look forward to very bright futures.”