A-level results day 2016: John Henry Newman School, Stevenage

JHN students Leah Dillinger, Cally Bateman and Finty Bateman with their A-level results.

JHN students Leah Dillinger, Cally Bateman and Finty Bateman with their A-level results. - Credit: Archant

There was a 99 per cent A-level pass rate at A*-E for students at John Henry Newman School in Stevenage.

Jacqueline Younger, subject leader for social sciences at John Henry Newman School, with Milena Cofa

Jacqueline Younger, subject leader for social sciences at John Henry Newman School, with Milena Cofano who achieved A*A*A. - Credit: Archant

More than 53 per cent of all A-level grades were A*-B, with 63 per cent achieving Distinction* or Distinction in vocational courses, with a 100 per cent pass rate at BTEC.

JHN’s head of sixth Form, Wendy Howard, said: “I am delighted to see the hard work and efforts of our students pay off with many wonderful results.” It is incredibly pleasing to see the rise in the % of A*-B grades gained and I look forward to continuing this rising trend in the excellent record of achievement at the school.

Most students gained places at their universities of choice and there were many outstanding individual achievements which we will celebrate at our annual awards evening.

“We would like to thank the parents for their continued support and staff for all their hard work. We, of course, wish the students all the very best with their future plans.”

Sudara Senaratne and Rhoel Tupaz from John Henry Newman School in Stevenage with their A-level resul

Sudara Senaratne and Rhoel Tupaz from John Henry Newman School in Stevenage with their A-level results. - Credit: Archant


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Among the top performers was Milena Cofano, who attained A*A*A.

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