Best Ever A level Exam Results at Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form
2015 Exam Results at Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form!
Bordesley Green Girls’ School is celebrating a year of increasingly impressive results. 35% of girls have achieved A and B grades in their A levels and Vocational qualifications at Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form. 20%of those grades were A and A*.The pass rate was 99.6% and 86.3% gained 3 A levels with grades A*-C.
This has ensured that almost every girl who has applied to University now has a place. Nida, Maryum and Komal gained the highest A level grades Nida has 2 A* grades and a B in Maths, Further Maths and Physics and will study Maths at University. Komal has 4 A grades in Chemistry, Maths, Physics and Further Maths and will study Civil engineering at the University of Birmingham .Maryum has an A* in Chemistry and grade As in Maths and Biology and will study Medicine at the University of Birmingham . This is now the second year in a row that we have secured places for medicine.
10 girls have successfully achieved Distinction * grades in vocational courses which has seen them accepted on courses in Nursing, Midwifery and Primary teaching. This is the first time in the schools’ history that we have been able to secure places on Midwifery and Child Nursing courses which are very competitive. Congratulations to Saitha and Shaeeda for securing places for Midwifery and to Amilah, Aaliya and Ismahaan for gaining entry into Childrens’ Nursing.
Our girls have places at various universities. Henna will be studying Law at Birmingham University as will Sanya who will be studying Geography and Ume who will be studying Philosophy, Religion and Ethics. Other students are also staying locally with places at Aston, BCU, Wolverhampton, Newman Coventry and Warwick.
Head of Sixth Form Pritpal Hyare commented “Our girls have high aspirations and have places on courses that have low numbers of girls applying such as Engineering, Maths and Physics”
Head Teacher Judith Woodfield said “Our girls have worked extremely hard alongside dedicated staff to ensure outstanding success. It has been an excellent year for Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form. Our sixth form Physics students who have set up a Cosmic Ray Detector were the only school this year to exhibit alongside the University of Birmingham at the prestigious Royal Society Summer Exhibition in London. Our progress has been rated as the top 2% in the country. We were the first school in Birmingham to achieve the Gold Award for Careers advice and the first in 21 years to achieve this gold level at the first attempt.“
Anisa is going to Coventry University to study Psychology, Komal is off to the University of Birmingham to study Civil and Railway Engineering and Maryum will join her to study Medicine there.
Bordesley Green Girls’ school and Sixth Form is a non- selective comprehensive school in one of the most deprived areas of Birmingham. We have been very successful in raising aspirations for young women