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The Cooper School is celebrating its second set of A Level results. The school changed status to become an 11-18 school in September 2011 and this summer 62 students took A Levels in 26 different subjects.

21% achieved A* / A

48% achieved A*-B

66% achieved A*-C

96% achieved A*-E

The results are a tribute to the efforts of the staff and students at The Cooper School. 81% of students will be taking up a place at university this Autumn. 42% of students achieved 2 or more qualifications at A*-B grades and 16% of students attained 2 or more qualifications at A*/A grades.

Adam Sapnik achieved outstanding results of 3 A* grades and will now take up a place to read Chemistry at Oxford University. Our Head boy Ben Davies excelled with A*A*A and is taking a gap year with ‘Project Trust’ before commencing a degree in English Literature. Our Head girl Amy Digman also achieved excellence (A*A*A) and will now study History at Sheffield university.alevel2014c

Outstanding academic achievement was also achieved by the following students: Gemma Pugh (AAB), Punit Sevak (AAB), Kilian Stenning (A*AB), Rachel Byrne (AAA), Grace Julier (A*AB), Hannah Ryder (A*BB) Grace Stirrat (AAB)Lizzie Fryer (ABB), Emily Hill (ABB).

Mr Ben Baxter, Head teacher at The Cooper School commented, ‘I am delighted with these results which continue to build on previous achievements. The year 13 students can now look forward to taking up their university places.

It has been a tremendous 3 years for this school and these results reflect the commitment of the staff and students who are to be congratulated on their successes.’

Cate Mallalieu-Needle, current Director of Post 16 studies stated, ‘I would like to congratulate everybody for their commitment and for their determination to achieve academic excellence. I would like to wish all the students continued success in their future plans: academic and vocational. It has been a privilege to work with such fantastic students and dedicated staff. ’

The destinations of our students are also very pleasing with 81% commencing Higher education in the autumn and a further 9% taking a gap year prior to continuing their studies. 3% are entering into employment and 7% will be attending college.

The Cooper School looks forward to continued growth academic excellence. 100 Year 12 student will be enrolling into Year 13 and the school is heavily oversubscribed with over 170 applications for 110 places for September 2014.