A2 & Vocational Results, 2022
First and foremost, we would like to congratulate our students on making it through an incredibly tough two years. The impact of the pandemic meant that this summer’s exams were the first external assessments our students took since their Key Stage 2 SATS in Year 6. As such, comparisons with previous outcomes nationally and locally lack any validity. As a school, however, we are celebrating our students being accepted into university, college or onto an apprenticeship today and wish everyone a successful and happy future.
You can access our 2022 outcomes by clicking here.
We are also delighted to report some outstanding individual achievements by our Year 13 students this summer. Worthy of particular mention are:
- Lauren Reynolds achieved grade A in Maths and Geography and a B in Further Maths. Lauren will be commencing a Level 7 Degree Apprenticeship as a Tax Accountant at Ernest Young.
- Also off to a highly sought after apprenticeship at Willis Towers Watson is Faith Moskwa, who achieved C’s in Further Maths and Biology and a B in Maths.
- Kimberley Gray achieved A*s in Biology and Sociology and a D* in Business and is off to study Biology at Queen Mary University.
- Daisy Faulkner sat four A Levels and achieved A’s in English Literature and Photography and a B’s in Geography and Sociology and is off to Greenwich University to study Primary Education.
- Michael Walker and Dion Spooner have been a part of our SEN department since they started in Year 7 and have flourished throughout their time here. Both are off to University Centre South Essex to study Game Design.
- Thomas Wimbury achieved a B in Biology and A in both Maths and Physics and is off to study Engineering.
- Nathan Bentley achieved a B in Geography and an A in History alongside a Distinction in BTEC Business. He is off to do an Engineering apprenticeship at Network Rail.
- Emily Simpson was awarded an A in Sociology and a B in Art, and a D* in Sport CamTech, and is off to the University of East London to study Sport and PE.
Head of Sixth Form Laura Petch commented “Congratulations to each and every student who has worked so hard over the last two years to get to where they are today. Our students are off to a wide range of courses at universities and colleges throughout England and Wales, as well as starting some very competitive Apprenticeships. We wish them all the best as they start their new adventures.”
Headteacher Jochen Tree added “I am proud of the resilience and effort our students showed in the face of considerable adversity to earn these excellent results. You are all exceptional, inspiring, and talented young people and we couldn’t be prouder of you.”
GCSE & equivalent results, 2022
Our students received their GCSE and vocational examination results after significantly disrupted years of study. This year is seen as a transitional year with results around halfway between 2019 (the last year examinations took place) and 2021 (when assessment was carried out directly by schools and colleges). As such, comparisons with previous outcomes nationally and locally lack any validity. Despite the many challenges, students have performed exceptionally well and returned an excellent set of results enabling them to reach next step destinations.
Acting Head of Upper School Richard Marshall commented “I am extremely proud of this year group who have had the most challenging of times through their 5 years of secondary education and in particular, in the lead up to their final examinations. Much of their learning of early course material was completed during national lockdowns, yet they have demonstrated the commitment and resilience required to achieve some fantastic results. Consequently, I know that many of them will now be able to secure their next steps and I wish them all the best for the future.”
Headteacher Jochen Tree added, “On behalf of all the staff at The Bromfords School, I would like to congratulate each and every one of our Year 11 cohort; the students worked hard and are well deserving of these results. I would also like to thank all the parents and careers for their ongoing support, more than ever you have been instrumental in supporting your young people through a very challenging time. We look forward to working with all those returning in Year 12, and equally I wish all those who are moving to college courses, apprenticeships and other institutions the best of luck in your future endeavours.”
We are also delighted to report some outstanding individual achievements by our Year 11 students this summer. Notable student achievements were as follows:
- Sophie Allison – 10 x grade 9.
- Erin Egan – 3 x grade 9; 4 x grade 8; 3 x grade 7.
- Ashleigh O’Neill – 2 x grade 9; 3 x grade 8; 4 x grade 7; 1 x grade 6.
- Sienna Hurst – 2 x grade 9; 4 x grade 8; 1 x grade 7; 3 x grade 6.
- Frederick Emerson – 1 x grade 9; 3 x grade 8; 5 x grade 7; 1 x grade 6.
You can access our overall 2022 outcomes here.here.
For our previous destinations data for Year 11 and Year 13 please click here. Updated information for the 2022 cohorts will follow in the Autumn Term.