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A Level Results

Baylis Court School - Inspiring Leaders of Tomorrow

Baylis Court School A level students have been awarded A Level grades equal to last year’s achievements of a 97% pass rate and 73% A* to C.

During the national lockdown, our staff ensured that students continued to receive quality teaching and learning through live lessons using Microsoft TEAMS.  Students completed their A Level courses ensuring that they are properly prepared for the next stage of their education or training.

The school’s mission, ‘Inspiring Leaders of Tomorrow’ underpins all that we do. Every student is expected, encouraged and supported to achieve their very best academically. Two students who embody academic excellence are Nafisah Alam who achieved History (A), PE (A), English Language and Literature (B) and Extended Project (A*) and Ilhaan Suleyman whose best grades were Biology (A*), Sociology (A), Extended Project (A*).

All of the following subjects achieved excellent results with 100% A* to C; English Literature, History, Media Studies, PE, Spanish. History achieved exceptional results at 83% A* to B.

Baylis Court School’s Principal, Mr Hinds, said,

These results are testament to the hard work of the students and staff. They have been achieved under exceptional circumstances and Mr Brown, our Head of Sixth Form, will make sure that every student who requires support is helped onto the next stage of their educational pathway

GCSE Results

Students at Baylis Court School achieved an exceptional set of GCSE results. 81% of students achieved 5 (9 to 4) grades, including English and Maths at 4+ (up 4% on last year).

Eight students achieved 5 or more grade 9s including two students, Lara Solanki and Malaika Qayum, who achieved grade 9s in all of their 9 GCSE’s and two students Seema Jha and Maryam Malik who achieved an outstanding 8 GCSEs at grade 9. This is further proof that an education at Baylis Court School creates ‘leaders of tomorrow’ who are confident, articulate and academically able.

The Principal Mr Hinds said,

It has been a particularly challenging year, but we were determined that our students should get the grades that they fully deserved. Our overall results are exceptional with a slight improvement on last year. With the high level of uncertainty surrounding the results this year, we are particularly pleased that our students have been rewarded for their hard work. Staff are dedicated and always do their very best for every young person at Baylis Court School. It is extremely pleasing to see so many realise their potential and have the opportunity to further their studies at our high performing sixth form