Bridgewater Sixth Form celebrate 99% pass rate

A level results 2019

It has been another fantastic year of results for A-level students at Bridgewater School, with a pass rate of 99% being celebrated.

Success was enjoyed across a wide range of traditional and contemporary subjects including Maths, History, Physics, English, Biology, Art, Design & Technology, Religious Studies, Economics, Psychology, Arabic and French, reflecting the individual approach adopted by the school and the wide array of A-level subjects available.

Some outstanding individual performances also see two of this year’s cohort progress to study Medicine at The University of Manchester, the UK’s largest Medical School. A truly outstanding achievement!

Judy Nairn, Headmistress commented: “We are delighted with the results and this success is testament to the dedication and hard work of our pupils who, with the commitment and continued support of their parents and our exceptional teaching staff, have made some wonderful achievements.

“Congratulations must go to Raees Zaeem, Phoebe Moss and Sam Moxon who scored nine A* and As between them and Kristian Bell, who achieved a double Distinction* in his BTEC course. However, we are equally as proud of each and every student, all of whom have fulfilled their own potential. We very much look forward to following them on their chosen paths and wish them all best wishes for the future as they continue their own unique journey.”

For anyone wishing to learn more about the benefits of a Bridgewater Sixth Form education, visitors are invited to attend our Sixth Form Open Evening on Tuesday 8th October 2019, 6pm-8pm.

A limited number of places at Bridgewater School’s Sixth Form are still available For 2019. Please contact us on 0161 794 1463 on GCSE results day to discuss your options.

Our highly experienced teaching team is committed to bringing hidden talent and undiscovered potential out into the light.

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