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Central Foundation Boys’ School is celebrating their students’ excellent achievements across both A-level and vocational subjects. The pass rate was 99%, with 86% of grades at A* to C, 63% at A* to B, and 44% at A* or A.

These results have allowed the students to access many top universities, including Imperial College London, London School of Economics, University of Bath, University of Manchester, University of Southampton, University of Surrey, Queen Mary University, King’s College London, St George’s Medical School and the University of Padua.

The students will be following a large variety of courses, including Medicine, History, Law, Biomedical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Sociology, Computer Science, Neuroscience, Fine Art and Music.

This success was also maintained across the school’s vocational subjects. 100% of grades were at Merit or above, equivalent to a C or above at A-level with 90% of all grades at Distinction or Distinction*, equivalent to an A or A* at A-level.

These results have secured these students exceptional university destinations, employment or apprenticeship opportunities. Some of their courses and destinations include Business Management at Surrey University, Information Management at University College, London and Biomedical Science at Brunel University. Other students are taking up apprenticeship opportunities, such as Jaguar Cars.

All Year 13s were supported in their university and apprenticeship applications by Central Futures, a dedicated team of professionals who assist students in securing a place in higher education, apprenticeship or employment upon leaving school. Central Futures work with ‘The Key Project’, a partnership between the school, the international law firm Slaughter and May, and The Access Project charity. The students are provided with one-to-one tutoring for their subjects and are supported in the application process throughout the academic year.

Headteacher Jamie Brownhill said, “We are delighted with the students’ exam outcomes and the university and apprenticeship placements they have secured. These are the result of the hard work of the students and the support they have received from a hugely skilled and committed group of teachers.”


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