November 15, 2019

Examination Results

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DSTC GCSE Results – 2019

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Congratulations to our Year 11 students on their fantastic
results, they have achieved the best English and maths grades
in the history of DSTC. 62% of students achieved a standard
pass in both subjects. In English alone, 50% achieved a strong
pass, 71% a standard pass. In Maths 49% achieved a strong
pass, 70% a standard pass.
I am also particularly pleased with the GCSE results in: Media,
where 83% of students gained a standard pass or above; Art
where 56% of students gained a standard pass or above ; and
Product Design where 55% of students gained a standard pass
or above.
Students achieved very well in our applied subjects, with over
90% of students achieving a pass (or higher) in Health and
Social Care, Business Studies and Hospitality and Catering.
Our most successful students were:
Onor Akpede – three 8s, two 7s, four 6s and one 5.
Tamara Christian-Lau – one 9, one 8, four 7s, two 6s, one 5 and
one 4.
Weronika Drag – one 9, one 8, one 7, five 6s, one 5 and one 4.
*Miranda Rios-Soriano – one 9, two 8s, one 7, three 6s, three 5
and one 4.
Nancy Williams – one 9, one 8, three 7s, three 6, one 5 and a
distinction.
*Sofia Williams – one 9, two 8s, three 7s and four 6s.
* pictured above

I would like to thank the parents and teachers for their support
in helping everyone achieve these fantastic grades.

Anne Davis
Principal


DSTC A-Level Results – 2019

Congratulations to DSTC post 16 students on their results; I am delighted and proud of you all. Overall there has been an increase in results from last year and 65% achieved A* to C grades (or equivalent).

I am particularly pleased with the results in Media, where 100% of students gained A* to C grades. Also in both IT and Sport where 100% of students gained Distinction*/Distinction to C grades.  Additionally in  both Business and Health & Social Care where 100% of students gained Distinction* to Merit grades. Psychology where 83% of students gained A* to C grades.  English Literature where 67% of students gained A* to C grades.

Our first AS Criminology cohort gained 88% A* to C as well, boding well for next year A level results.

95% of students who applied to university have accepted places at their preferred choice. I wish them the very best of luck.

Our most successful students were:

Amber Barnes:  A, A, A, B

Chloe Soave :  A, Distinction, C

Paige Rumble:  Distinction, Distinction, Merit

Megan Holt:  Distinction, B, C

I would like to thank the parents and teachers for their support in helping everyone achieve these fantastic grades.

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