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A-level results day 2017: Bacon’s College

Bacon’s College was pleased with its performance of a 77 per cent A*-C pass rate this year.

Staff and students’ hard work paid off to produce an average grade of C+ across A-level and Level 3 vocational results.

22.5 per cent of the grades at Bacon’s were A*-A grades, while the A*-C pass rate was 77.4 per cent.

A number of Bacon’s students were commended for their results this year:

  • Mac-Davidson Abe: CTEC Business (D*); CTEC Media (Distinction* x2)
  • Toheeb Akerele: CTEC Business (D*); CTEC Media (Distinction x2)
  • Maeve Buatsi: CTEC Business (D*); Philosophy (A); Geography (B)
  • Bryan Chong: Biology (B); Geography (B); Sociology (A); Psychology (A)
  • Julie Dang: Art (A*); Textiles (A*); English Literature (C)
  • Nils Facey: Economics (A); Geography (A); Mathematics (A*)
  • Kirsty Freudah-Agyemang: CTEC Sports (Distinction* x2)
  • Zahid Hai: Maths (A*); Further Maths (A*); Physics (A)
  • Kezia Herzog: English Literature (A); Maths (A); Philosophy (B)
  • George Hartt: Maths (a*); Further Maths (A*); Physics (A)
  • Ocean Lawrence: CTEC Business (Distinction); CTEC Sport (Distinction* x2)
  • Santi Orgasz: CTEC Sport (Distinction* x2); Spanish (A)
  • Hanry Sadiku: Maths (A*); Further Maths (A); Physics *(A)
  • Sylvanus Williams: CTEC Business (Distinction*); CTEC Sport (Distinction* x2)
  • Yasmin Vaughn-Williams: English Language (B); Psychology (B); Sociology (A)

79 students applied to university this year, out of a cohort of 90 students.

As of today, 59 students (approximately 75 per cent) have already secured their university places with the remaining students expected to confirm their places over the next few days as they go through clearing and adjustment.

Students will take up offers of university places in a diverse range of courses and disciplines, including sports management, game design and development, and cosmetic design in addition to subjects such as criminology, astrophysics, dental hygiene and mechanical engineering.

The school was particularly proud of the diversity of subjects and degree courses chosen this year, to complement traditional subject choices such as law, English literature, and primary education.

Three students will go on to study abroad, including Ayllin Schoengut-Hecker who will study chemical engineering at Lafayette College, in Pennsylvania.

All staff at Bacon’s offered their congratulations to the Year 13 students for their success this year and wished them good luck in their future studies and careers.



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