Results

A-level Results

Hove Park School is delighted that so many of our A-level students have deservedly done so well. They have worked hard and their superb accomplishments will enable them to progress into their chosen next steps which range from higher education courses to employment and apprenticeships.

In year 13 the sixth form had an excellent overall pass rate of 94% with 28% of grades being awarded as an A*-B. It is also very positive to see that A-level results overall have a positive Value Added Score meaning that students are performing better than the national average.

This year’s results have maintained our excellent standards. It is particularly pleasing that:

Individual success stories include:

  • Louise Galvin who achieved A,A,B grades in French, Spanish and Biology. Louise will study Modern Languages at the University of Southampton.
  • Toby Harris, who achieved A,B,B in English, Creative Writing and Politics. Toby will study a film and television course at University of the Arts, London.
  • Richard Chan, who arrived at the school in year 11 from China and spoke little English, has had fantastic success achieving a B in Maths and a B in Physics. He also achieved a C in Further Maths AS and is going to continue his studies to achieve his third A-level in August 2018.

Headteacher Jim Roberts was delighted with the results and praised the hard work of both the students and staff. He said “Once again, these fantastic results show that with hard work and determination you can achieve the very best. The huge successes of our students is thanks to their hard work, the hard work and expertise of the staff and the support of their families. Well done all.”

Hove Park School is also delighted that students across the city have achieved considerable success. We enjoy excellent working relationships with our partner schools and colleges. In particular, we are looking forward to continued collaboration with Blatchington Mill Sixth Form (Blatchsix) to further improve sixth form provision at both schools.