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A Level Exam Results Day

Press Release

Malton School A level Results 2009
Excellent results once again!

We keep on making this claim, but once again, the students at Malton School have excelled in their A level examinations.

Some headlines:

  • The pass rate is once again very high. It is actually 98% - there were only three fails from all the main subject entries.
  • Our average pass rate over the last ten years is 96%.
  • The number of grade A's achieved is once again our highest ever, with 34 (2 up on last year’s previously highest figure). This represents 24% of the entries
  • The star individual performances come from: Fred Spaven, who gained five grade A’s, and a merit in the Physics Advanced Extension Paper; Lizzy Wise gained 4 A’s and a B, plus an A at AS last year. Nicole Ponton-Brown gained gained four Grade A’s plus an A at AS last year. Martin Mills gained AAABD, Jonathan Brown AAAB, and Peter Clarke AAAC.
  • All students passed in at least two subjects

AS (Advanced Subsidiary)
Year 12 AS results

For most students the AS exams represent a half way stage towards full A levels. They are used more as an indicator of progress than a set of final results, so relatively less analysis is done nationally.

There were some exceptional performances at Malton from Year 12, and the overall performance indicates that we should be in for more excellent results when the students complete their A level courses next year.

Some headlines:

  • There were 35 grade A's, spread across 13 of the 18 subjects entered, shared between 17 students.
  • Three students achieved all grade A’s – Jack Davies and Russell Goddard each achieved five grade A’s, and Bobby Goodwill four grade A’s. Oliver Peck achieved 3 A’s and 2 B’s.
  • Everyone passed in at least one subject.