Outstanding A-level results achieved at Keswick School

Keswick School is celebrating another set of outstanding A-level results.

75% of grades at A*-C
110 A*-A grades awarded
27 Distinction * grades awarded in Business and Computing

English Language, Further Maths, German, Religious Studies, Music Technology and Systems and Control all achieved 100% A*-C grades. 92% of grades were A*-C in English Literature and 88% and 86% achieved the same standard in French and Chemistry respectively.

Top performing students include:

Phillip Jennings (Frizington) achieved A*A*A*A*A
Daniel Cowperthwaite (Keswick) achieved A*A*AA
Heather Dempsey (Workington) achieved A*A*A
Reece Fleming (Workington) achieved A*A*A
Jonathan Piercy (Keswick) achieved A*A*A
Hannah Yare (Keswick) achieved A*A*A
Francesca Lee (Keswick) achieved A*AAA
Caitlin Little (Workington) achieved A*AAA
Alice Ma (Keswick) achieved A*AAA
Thomas Muir (Keswick) achieved A*AA

Students of all abilities achieved some great results. This success is down to a school culture which is supportive, friendly and competitive. The result is highly motivated and engaged students guided by dedicated specialist staff and supported by encouraging parents. The school ensures every Sixth Form student has high aspirations and the results are self-evident. In return Sixth Form students help to inspire our younger students achieve similar success in the future.

“Over the last two years these students have grown in confidence in our happy and ambitious school community. They can now look forward to a bright future at university and beyond. As well as being extremely hard working this success is also down to an inspirational staff who provide exceptional opportunities for all our students to develop as individuals.”
Simon Jackson (Headteacher)

“I add my congratulations to the Year 13 students who have worked with dedication and commitment throughout the last two years to achieve great success. They are now moving on to a range of exciting new challenges at university or in the world of work. They have been supported by enthusiastic and hard-working teachers, their parents and one another.”
Neil Hadfield (Head of Sixth Form)