A Levels & BTec Results 2018: published Thursday 16 August 2018

Students at Stourport High are celebrating an excellent set of A Level results this year with the vast majority of students achieving grades at or above expectation.

Once again, 100% of SHS students wishing to go to university secured their first or second choice places at a variety of universities.  There has been a significant improvement in the number of students gaining higher grades at A Level, which is a tremendous achievement, thus enabling students to gain places at some of the top universities in the country including the prestigious Russell group.

High achiever Amy Johnson gained A* in mathematics and A both in chemistry and biology to secure a place at Liverpool to study medicine.  Dan Griffiths achieved an A in mathematics and further mathematics as well as B’s in art and computer science.  Rebecca Roper gained an A in mathematics and chemistry and a B in biology and is moving on to study mathematics at Chester University.  The hard work of many students has been rewarded with great results which are taking them to Birmingham, Keele, Loughborough and York universities and many more. 

SHS students stepped up to the challenge of the strengthened content and introduction of an exam element to vocational courses with a 95% pass rate in Applied General courses and 100% for the BTEC Technical courses.

The Principal said “I am extremely proud that our students have secured some amazing results to enable them to move on to the next phase in their lives, either at university or in employment.  I wish all leavers a successful future and look forward to celebrating with them at our Outstanding Achievements Awards Evening in September.”

Photographs: Amy Johnson full of smiles with her A Level results; Group of Stourport High VIth Form students celebrating their A Level and BTEC results.

Please click the link below to view our Performance Table 

Performance Table 2018: A Level & BTECs






GCSE Examinations Results 2018: published Thursday 25 October 2018

Students and staff celebrated an excellent set of GCSE results with many outstanding individual successes this summer. There was an increased number of students who achieved the new gold standard grade 9.

Just a few of the year 11 students who performed exceptionally well are Alex Monkton who achieved five grade 9s, Evie Handley and twin brother George gained eleven GCSEs with nine between grades 7-9.

The Principal said: “Congratulations to all our students for their hard work and to our staff, parents and carers for the support they gave our students in ensuring they gained their best possible grades in the new more challenging GCSEs.

All of our students have successfully gained places on a wide and diverse range of post 16 courses, including in our sixth form. We are also excited to be welcoming students from the Worcester Warriors DiSE programme”.

In the image below: George Handley, Alex Monkton and Evie Handley


Please click the link below to view our Performance Table for GCSEs

Performance Table: GCSE 2018

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