A-level results August 2019

A-level results August 2019

Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre students and staff are celebrating excellent A-level and Level 3 Applied results again this year, a further improvement on previous years and confirming what is now an established trend of high performance in the 6th form at Homewood.  This year, the percentage of A-level grades at A*-B is 35% and the percentage at A*-C is 59%. The overall pass rate for all Level 3 qualifications is 96%.  As in previous years, virtually all students leaving Homewood have a confirmed place at University, College or in employment with training.

Top performing subjects were Graphics A-level in which 89% of students achieved an A or A* grade, Level 3 Music in which all students achieved a Distinction or Distinction* and Travel and Tourism in which 75% of students achieved Distinction*. Results were also particularly strong in Maths, Business Studies, Media and Film Studies, Health and Social Care and History. Outcomes in the International Baccalaureate Career Related Programme (IBCP) were also very good.  This internationally recognised qualification is now embedded within Homewood’s broad curriculum provision in the 6th form which embraces both academic and applied courses.

Mrs Lees, Principal, said “I feel very proud of our students who have risen to the challenge of the new two year A-level and reformed BTEC qualifications with resilience, hard work and determination. The results we see today are a testament to their efforts and to the skill and experience of the Homewood staff team.  Our students thrive on the varied curriculum we can offer and the range of destinations they access from Homewood is very diverse, reflecting their many different interests and ambitions.  I am delighted that this cohort of students is now ready to move on to their next steps with the qualifications, skills and experience they need to be successful.  I wish them all the very best for the future.”

In this year’s results there were many outstanding performances from individual students.


Below are the results achieved by some of the highest performing students, with their University destinations: (Note: for BTECs D indicates a Distinction and M a Merit; IB qualifications have numerical grades 1-8)


Archie Anderson – A*BD

Evie Baker – ABC – University of Bristol, Biology

George Benson AAB – University of Leeds, Physics

Robert Bonsier BBB

Georgia Bourne MMMC

Jack Burrill – A*P5

Jemima Clark – AB6 – Canterbury Christ Church University, Sociology

Luke Cowdry – ABC – University of Southampton, Marine Biology

Faith Cox – DMC – Canterbury Christ Church University, Physical Education and Sport & Exercise Science

Harry Dewdney – ABB – University of Liverpool, Business Management

Charlotte Drew – BBM

Igor Galecki – A*ABC – University of Kent, Military History

Eleanor Gasson – ABB – Nottingham Trent University, Primary Education

Aidan Gibbs – AAB

Georgia Greetham – AABC – University of East Anglia UEA, English Literature with Creative Writing

Sophie Helme – DD*A

Harry Jordan – BBB

Harry Lavington – A*BM – Brunel University London, Visual Effects and Motion Graphics

Hannah Mackenzie – AM4 – Writtle University College, Animal Therapy

Jack Marsh – DA5

Oliver Prior – DAA – St Mary’s University, Twickenham, Business Management and Finance

Isobel Roberts DM

S J Lees


15 August 2019