Copthall delivers another year of impressive A-Level and Vocational results. Once again there has been an impressive increase across the board with students gaining impressive results in the diverse A Level subjects of Art, Biology, Chemistry, English, Maths, Media, Geography, Sociology, EPQ and Psychology, alongside huge success in our vocational qualifications of Health and Social Care and Applied Science.
The challenges of an unprecedented year did not phase our students and they rose to the challenge and were thrilled to discover they had been awarded top grades in their A-levels with nearly 70% of students securing places at their first choice universities. Nearly 22% of students will progress to prestigious Russell Group Universities to study law and Biomedical sciences amongst others.
A*-B grades account for 56% of all grades compared to 39% in 2019
A*-C grades account for 82% of all grades compared to 74% in 2019
A*-E grades account for 100% of all grades equal to 100% in 2019
Copthall has continued to go from strength to strength which is evident in this year’s set of results. Teachers and students worked extremely hard, embracing our school value of Aspiration to ensure that every student was able to fulfil her potential and leave our Sixth Form ready for future successes in a global workplace.
We are proud that we offer a curriculum in the Sixth Form which gives students the opportunity to study a range of appropriate courses. This includes a number of vocational courses which also proved to be successful with the average result for all Applied General (BTEC) courses achieving a Merit Plus.
Director of Sixth Form, Clare Costello said : "I am immensely proud of the achievements of our students at Copthall, who have worked hard and endured the most unusual of years. In this unprecedented time we could not be more impressed with their approach to the challenges they have faced. We are celebrating good results for our students and wish them the very best in their future endeavours and success in the next phase of their journey.”