Hampton College and Hampton Gardens School Post 16 results 2022

18 August 2022

Hampton College and Hampton Gardens School Post 16 results 2022

Hampton College and Hampton Gardens School Post 16 results 2022

Students and staff are celebrating at Hampton College and Hampton Gardens, where Post 16 courses include joint provision taught across the two schools and the Results Day for all students is being held on the Hampton College campus.

This is the first conventional results day since 2019, following the return of written examinations and external assessment this school year. We are particularly proud of this cohort of students, given the disruption to their education caused by the pandemic, which impacted them in Year 11, 12 and 13. It should be remembered that this group of young people did not get the chance to sit their GCSEs and had to access some of their education remotely in 2020 and 2021. Going straight into high stakes A level and vocational course examinations in 2022 has been a considerable challenge and we are so proud of how they have risen to it. It is also testament to the dedication of school staff, who kept things going right through the pandemic: their reward is to see the fantastic results these young people have achieved today.

At Hampton College, Head of School John Gilligan commented: ‘ We are so so proud of our students and their magnificent achievements; they reflect their excellent attitude and hard work which has paid off enormously. Their outstanding results are particularly impressive given the disruption they endured throughout their GCSE and A Level courses. So many excelled that it was extremely difficult to highlight our top performers, but those shared give a flavour of the level of outcomes we have seen this year. We wish them all well and thank them for helping Hampton College move from strength to strength.’

Notable individual performances and destinations include:

• Anshul Sendil A*A*A*A*A* in Computer Science, Further Maths, Maths, Physics and EPQ: Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) at Imperial College London

• Spencer Smith A*A*A*A* in Biology, Further Maths, Maths and Physics -Mechanical Engineering at University of Southampton

• Alfie Marsh A*A*A* in Computer Science, Further Maths and Maths - Computer Science at University of Sheffield

• Chloe Carter A*A*A* in Biology, Chemistry and Maths -Mechanical Engineering at University of Sheffield

• Clement Jicku A*A*AA in Further Maths, Maths, Chemistry and Physics - Astrophysics at UCL(University College London)

• Isabel Yau A*A*A in Art, Biology and Chemistry - Biomedical science at King’s College, London

• Kieran Evans A*A*A in Chemistry, Maths and Physics -Systems Engineering at University of Warwick

• Liam Kedney A*A*A in Further Maths, Maths and Physics - Operational Mathematics at University of Warwick

• Tamuno-Obuko Lilly-West A*A*A in Business Studies, Economics and Geography - Economics at University of Manchester

Other university destinations include: University of Nottingham, University of York, University of Hull, University of Salford, Aston University and Bangor University to study courses such as law, neuroscience, nursing, psychology, education, philosophy, criminology, sociology, human geography, zoology, sports studies, history, art and English

At Hampton Gardens School, a small number of Year 13 students took vocational programmes, or a mixture of vocational and A level courses, offered in conjunction with Hampton College. We again saw very pleasing success rates and progression to university, employment and apprenticeships – often in areas directly related to thestudents’ vocational courses in the Sixth Form.

Al Greenwood, Head of School, commented:. ‘We are all very proud of the students’ outcomes that they have achieved following the ongoing disruption to their studies over the last two years. All the students have shown great levels of resilience to secure the results that they needed to secure their next destination. We wish them all the very best for the next stage of their educational journey.’

Notable individual performances include:

• Daniel Newell Distinction* A B in Computer Use, Psychology and Business Studies

• Jonathan Duckett Distinction Distinction* C C in Applied Science, Computer Use, EPQ and Geography

• Gerda Zandere Distinction* Distinction* C in Business Studies, Health Studies and Criminology

• Ethan Harris Distinction* Distinction C in Computer Use, Applied Science and Geography

• Elli Swales Distinction Distinction Merit in Business Studies, Computer Use and Health Studies

• Jessica Davies Distinction B B in Health Studies, Business Studies and Geography

Hampton Gardens will see a large expansion in its Post 16 offer from this September, as the first Year 11 students move into the Sixth Form. Over the next two years the Sixth Formwill grow to have a comparable curriculum offer and total student numbers as Hampton College.

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