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Bishop's Stortford College A-levels: 'Results achieved in the most extraordinary of times'




Bishop's Stortford College's upper sixth students scored a 100% pass rate in their A-levels.

Two-thirds of the Maze Green Road school's pupils were awarded A* and A grades exclusively, 19 achieved three A*s and four got four A*s.

The college's six Oxbridge candidates have all had their places confirmed and 84% of students obtained places at their first-choice universities.

Some of the Bishop's Stortford College A-level cohort of 2020-21
Some of the Bishop's Stortford College A-level cohort of 2020-21

Head Kathy Crewe-Read said: "I am extremely proud of our talented students. We are acutely aware of the way in which education has been disrupted by the pandemic for a generation of young people, and the dedication and tenacity shown by our upper sixth has been outstanding.

"Our results (87% A*-B) have been achieved in the most extraordinary of times – with teaching, learning, pastoral care and the day-to-day running of the college adapting to the digital world – with no fewer than 27,319 Zoom meetings taking place in the 2020-21 academic year!

"We believe in giving every child the best possible opportunity to reach their potential, and the pride I feel in the way in which students and staff have adapted to rise above the challenges placed in front of them is immense."



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