Ousedale School has enjoyed yet another year of outstanding A Level results, maintaining the high standards that have been set for over the past ten years.
53% of passes were at Grade A* - B which is an incredible achievement and in an increasingly competitive market this has helped to enable students to access their preferred university courses. 12% of students achieved 3 or more As at A level.
This includes significant numbers taking up options to join Oxbridge and other universities within the Russell Group. Within this cohort stand-out performances include:
Matthew Turner: 2A*s and 3As - studying Maths at Warwick
Josh Rose: 4A*s - studying Natural Sciences at Magdalene College, Cambridge
Sam Gorf: 3A*s and A - studying Medicine at Kings College, London
Anna Manning: 1A* and 2As - studying Geography at Oxford
We are particularly pleased that so many of our top performing students studied the sciences at A level.
The School would like to congratulate all students, staff and parents who have worked together to contribute to individual and school success. At Ousedale, we have very high expectations to maintain the high academic standards that we set for ourselves and once again this has been achieved.
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We are very pleased to announce that, after a rigorous interview process, the following Sixth Form appointments have been made. From left to right:
Annie Richardson, Head GirlElliott Stenson, Head BoyJason Davies, Deputy Head Boy Emily McCabe-Smith, Deputy Head Girl
I am sure they will help the senior leadership team of Ousedale School develop the Sixth Form further and provide strong leadership to Years 12 and 13. I very much look forward to working with them and the full Sixth Form leadership team.
The July 2014 edition of Ousenews is now available with a variety of reports on Ousedale School life.
This month's magazine includes:
- Sports Day report- Shine Day trips to Spy Missions and Harry Potter Studio tour- A bumper Duke of Edinburgh season - Drama competition winners
For these features and more, please follow the link below:
Students will need to collect exam results from their home campus. Dates, times and details of the arrangements for collecting results are available via the following link:
Staff will be available for advice and guidance as follows:.
Year 12 and 13: Thursday 14th August - Mr Whiting, Mr Moore and Ms Moulds will be available from 10am - 3pm in the Sixth Form centre to discuss any issues regarding results, university places or transition into Year 13. A member of staff will also be available on Friday 15th August at Newport Pagnell reception from 10am - 1pm.Year 11:Thursday 21st August - Members of staff will be available from 10am - 3pm at Newport Pagnell campus to discuss results and any issues arising, particularly in relation to Sixth Form places. Olney students may also hand in their Sixth Form enrolment forms at Olney campus between 9am and 12 noon. Any further queries regarding Sixth Form places can be dealt with on Friday 22nd August between 10am - 1pm at Newport Pagnell campus reception.
For further advice, information and guidance you may also find the following links useful:
The Results Day Guidance Pack Key Stage 4
The Results Day Guidance Pack Key Stage 5
The Guidance Packs are for students and parents receiving their results. Inside you'll find details of the options available after exam results day including the clearing process for university, employer-funded study, apprenticeships, distance learning, gap years and finding a job.
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