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Posted on August 30th 2016

A Level Results

At Harris Academy Chafford Hundred we have offered a total of 26 subjects in the 6th form; 24 A levels and 2 level 3 BTEC subjects. A total of 120 students have completed their studies this year, studying GCE A levels or BTEC qualifications.

We are delighted to announce that Year 13 students achieved a 100% pass rate with 25% achieving A* and As and 52% achieving a B grade or above. Although we are delighted with the outcomes achieved by all our students, the following should be congratulated for their hard work and success in securing their future at prestigious universities:

Christopher Richards achieved an impressive A*/A*/A and will be attending LSE to study Mathematics.

Ellie Moss achieved a remarkable A*/A/A and is forging a career in Finance.

Isaiah Murray also achieved A*/ A/ A/B and will be continuing his studies at university in Canada after a GAP year.

Simi Olufodun gained the grades A*/A/A and is looking forward to studying Biomedical Science at Warwick.

Anish Jethwa achieved A/A/A and will be attending Nottingham university to study Chemical engineering including a year in industry.

William Truong also achieved A/A/A and will be studying Philosophy and Economics at the London School of Economics.

Andrew Ledingham achieved A/A/A/B will be studying -Economics and Business at the University of Exeter.

Adam Solly also achieved A/A/A/B and will be studying Economics with a placement in industry.

Daniel Akinola gained  A/A/B/B and will be reading Computer Science and Mathematics at Edinburgh University.

Charlie Simmonds gained the grades A/A/A and will be going to the University of East Anglia to study Business Management.

Charlie Jones achieved A*/ A/ B and will be studying Business, Accounting and Finance with placement year at Newcastle University.

Haleemah Abdul also gained A*/ A/ B and is studying Psychology with placement year at Cardiff University.

Charlie Howlett gained A/ A/ A and will also be attending Cardiff University, he will study Chemistry.

Ellis Crow achieved an impressive A*/ A*/ B and is now on a gap year. She hopes to read Law at UCL next year.

Courtney Watts gained A*/ A/ A and will be reading Psychology at The University of Nottingham.

Ella Davis Yuille achieved A*/ A/ B and will study English Literature at Leeds University.

Karyee Do achieved A/ A/ A and will study Business at the University of Kent.

Katie Greenwood gained A*/ A/ B and will be going to Southampton University to read Criminology and Psychology.

Imaani Hashamy achieved A*/ A/ B and will attend Warwick  University to study Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development.

Shivani Kumar achieved A*/ A/ B and is reading  Accounting & Finance and Economics at the University of Kent.

Efe Uwadiae gained  A*/ A/ B a and will be attending Queen Mary University to study Law and Politics.

Molly Williams gained A*/ A/ B and is studying Chemistry at Leeds University.

All of these students worked exceptionally hard throughout their studies and are thoroughly deserving of their success.

Approximately 80% of the year group will go to university, either immediately or after a gap year, with approximately 35% of these going to Russell Group universities.

We are also especially pleased with the results of a number of subject areas, most notably: Business Studies, Psychology, Sociology and English Literature.

There are many students who have worked with great effort and energy throughout their time in the Sixth Form. It has been a pleasure to work with such a delightful group of committed students.