A Successful A Level year
Tring Park A Level Success
The class of 2018 achieved well across the 24 A-level and BTEC subjects with an A*/B percentage of 52.9% at A Level and 93.3% Distinction*/Distinction in the BTEC Performing Arts. This is the last year the school will be offering the BTEC qualification, and these excellent results are a great way to end with the BTEC.
A number of our students achieved very highly, most notably, Nicole Bell who achieved A*, A, A, A in Drama and Theatre Studies, Geography, Media Studies and Spanish, Olivia Sirley, who achieved a Distinction *, Distinction * and C in BTEC Performing Arts and Drama and Theatre Studies, Laura Anderson Guimares who achieved A*, A, B in English Literature, Music and History, Sara Turtleboom who achieved A, A in Mathematics and Physics, Rohan Carr who achieved a Distinction, A, B in BTEC Performing Arts, Drama and Theatre Studies and English Literature. Hannah Currie, who achieved A, A, A in Arts and Design, Theatre Studies and Business Studies, Jessica Ford who achieved a Distinction, A, B in BTEC Performing Arts, Drama and Theatre Studies and Media Studies and Natasha Panday-Dugdill who achieved A, A, B, in English Literature, Drama and Theatre Studies and History.
The school would like to congratulate all of the pupils on their successes across all subjects.
Students leaving the school this year will be going to a variety of destinations at prestigious academic and vocational schools. Nicole Bell will be going to Kings College London to read Spanish with Latin American Studies. Lily Conlon will be reading Drama and Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths University. Ben Middleton, Charlie Waddell and Rory Betts will be going to Arts Education School London to read a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Laura Andresen Guimares, Ebba Haastrup and Rohan Carr, all have places at University of Surrey, GSA and Natasha Panday-Dugdill and Bethany White have both been accepted to the University of Nottingham. One of our Alumni, John Prowse, will be reading French and German at University of Bristol after taking a year out.
We wish all of our leavers the best of luck with their future endeavours and congratulate them on their achievements.
Head of Sixth Form, Edward Hawkins said “The class of 2018 have performed admirably across all subjects. We are pleased with the grades that they have achieved and the success they have had in securing places at prestigious institutions for next year. Our pupils manage to achieve highly even with the demands of a dual curriculum and deserve credit for their hard work and perseverance. A special mention needs to be made to the teachers involved with teaching the A Level and BTEC subjects, as without their passion, dedication and commitment, these grades would not be possible.”
Tring Park currently offers a wide range of A Level courses; significantly more than any other performing arts school. It prides itself on producing trained performers who have also achieved a high standard academically, so that they have the highest possible chance of success in the future, and are not restricted in their career choices.