Burgess Hill Girls is celebrating another year of outstanding results in the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). Now an integral part of the Sixth Form ‘BOLD Programme’ – a consolidated curriculum covering both academic and non-academic pursuits – all students take the EPQ in Year 12 alongside their A levels. From this year’s cohort, 95% received either an A or an A*, with over 60% of students achieving an A*.
John Tyler, Deputy Head (Academic) at Dauntsey’s, on a qualification that can be ‘immensely rewarding’.
U6 girls at St Swithun’s again earned successful A-level results, harvesting a strong yield of the top A* grades. Half of the year group achieved at least one A*, with a quarter of the girls earning two or more A* grades, both of which were increases on previous years.
Cranleigh School celebrates an excellent set of A Level results this year, with 79 per cent of grades at A*-B and an overall pass rate of 100 per cent.
Upper Sixth Formers and staff at Dauntsey’s are celebrating a superb set of Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) results with eight pupils attaining an A* and 88% gaining A*-B grades.