A-Level Results 2020

Update – 18 August 2020

Over the last week, there has been much debate in the national press about A-Level results and the increase in the results of some pupils across the country.  As we continue to celebrate the successes of our pupils’ results last week, we can confirm that the government’s decision to use centre assessed grades rather than the algorithm has not affected our pupil’s success or altered the grades achieved.
Improved classroom practices and the hard work and efforts of our pupils during their A-Level studies over the last two years has resulted in the increase in grades we have seen this year. We are proud of the achievements of all our pupils and the results they achieved last week which were in line with what, as a school, we expected and projected.
We wish all our leavers continued success as they embark on the next stage of their studies at university.

Today, we are celebrating an excellent set of results at Rye St Antony School. Our girls have shown incredible resilience and maturity during what has been an unnerving and unsettling 5 months for them. Their consistent hard work and focus throughout their years in Sixth Form has paid off and is reflected in the results they are collecting today.

Our scholars have excelled in their results with Hermione Watt receiving A*A*A*, Eloise Fleming being awarded AAA, and Shannon Walker picking up AAB Leiths Merit. Each and every pupil should be proud of themselves and what they have achieved as they leave us today to celebrate their results with loved ones and prepare for their next steps.

Head, Joanne Croft said:  Our girls are motivated to succeed and have worked hard throughout the two years to achieve these results. They have been ambitious and determined, and we are delighted to see their hard work rewarded – no pandemic was going to stand in the way of our girls’ career aspirations.

First choice university places were quickly secured, ranging from Veterinary Science at the University of Bristol to Occupational Therapy at the University of East Anglia to History at the University of York, and Paramedic Science at Coventry University. Such a wide range of subjects reflects the breadth of interests our girls have developed during their time at Rye and the enthusiasm and commitment of staff in inspiring such passions

We wish all our girls every success in the next chapter of their lives and look forward to welcoming them back in the coming years to share their words of wisdom with those girls following in their footsteps.

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At this time, we are unable to invite prospective families to our school site, but we would still love to meet you and show you our school and all it has to offer.

We warmly invite you to virtually experience our school and ‘e-meet’ our Head, Miss Joanne Croft, with a virtual meeting at a time to suit you.