Please click here for our re-opening information for Term 2.

Sixth Form Exam Results

A Level Results 2018

Once again Hardenhuish is celebrating impressive A Level results with 55% of grades awarded at A*-B and 29% of grades at A and A*. Year 13 students have been rewarded for their hard work over the last two years with many students exceeding their personal targets and gaining places on courses at some of the most prestigious universities or moving on to industry-leading higher-level apprenticeships.

58 students (46% of cohort) achieved at least one A*/A grade with 21 students achieving at least 3 A*/A grades and 14 students gaining at least 4 A* /A grades. Students have made strong progress both in their A levels and the broader Sixth Form core curriculum programme of the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), Level 3 Sports Leaders and Core Maths which has not only boosted students’ UCAS points but also enhanced valuable research, communication and numeracy skills.

These results are also a testament to the dedication, hard work and selflessness of staff who have done so much to support and prepare students for the new linear A level courses. Our 6th Form Team have provided unwavering support and guidance throughout, working effectively alongside the students providing invaluable information, advice and guidance, and look forward to celebrating with the students at our Year 13 Governors Awards ceremony in September.

Students have taken full advantage of the new study facilities opened last September and students, particularly members of the Student Leadership Team have been keen to leave a legacy for future Sixth Formers with fundraising for the development of the Sixth Form Courtyard and contributing to the design of the new café.

I am incredibly proud of the achievements of each and every student and am immensely grateful to the parents and carers who have supported both the school and the students through the challenges of their A level journey. On behalf of our whole community, I wish them all successful and happy futures.

Lisa Percy