Exam Results 2018

Year 13 Exam Results 2018

Year 13 students at Haileybury Turnford are celebrating their exam results in this year’s A Level and vocational examinations today. After our recent Sixth Form Ofsted grading of “good” we are pleased to announce that our recent A Level grades showed that A*-B grade results have increased by 8% from 2017 and the average grade achieved at A Level has increased by half a grade. Our vocational results continued their stellar performances with outcomes and progress remaining high. The majority of students have won places at their first choice of university including Laura Lewis who achieved A* A* A in Sociology, English Literature and Psychology and will now take her place at the University of Cambridge to read Human, Social and Political Sciences. Beth Forster achieved A* A A in Physical Education, Psychology and Maths and will attend the University of Exeter to read Sports and Exercise Science. Max Prockter will study Mechanical Engineering at Coventry University and Tamara Pollard will study English Literature at the University of Surrey. Students have also accepted Advanced Level Apprenticeships in Media, Banking, Marketing and Human Resource Management. Sam Cross has successfully gained an apprenticeship with UBS Bank and begins with them in September after achieving A* B B in Sociology, Psychology and Business. Charlie Hawkes achieved two Distinctions in Business alongside a Merit in Drama and has taken an Insurance Broker position with Trade Wise Insurance. The school has had excellent results in a wide range of A Level subjects including Maths, English Literature, Sociology, Psychology, Accounting and Business. There has also been real student success across the range of vocational subjects offered with many top grades achieved in Business, ICT, Health & Social Care and Drama.

Principal Robin Newman said: “We are delighted with the results achieved by our talented and hardworking students. With the great support from their committed teachers and support from parents our students have excelled. These results demonstrate that the school is providing high quality support for sixth form students across both A Level and vocational courses and they are able to move onto high quality universities and workplaces beyond Haileybury Turnford. We wish every student great success in the future.”

Brendon Walsh, Head of Sixth Form, added: “Our partnership and expertise received from our sponsor school, Haileybury, has led to our first student to be accepted to the University of Cambridge. We will continue to benefit from this partnership further this year with a significant investment into our early applicant group who are taking part in activities to  prepare them for the most competitive universities. Our vocational results continue to be excellent with students making great progress and achieving places at university or in Advanced Level Apprenticeships. Our teaching staff continue to demonstrate excellent commitment to our students and their futures and we thank them for their efforts this year.”

Haileybury Turnford, sponsored by Haileybury in Hertford Heath, has a comprehensive sixth form whose students benefit from the support from its sponsor. For students who are looking to apply to Sixth Form for September 2019, our Open Evening will be on Thursday 22nd November 2018. Haileybury Turnford welcome applications from students who wish to follow both academic and vocational pathways. Students still interested in applying for September 2018 should make contact with the school directly as some places are still available.


Year 11 Exam Results 2018

Haileybury Turnford students are celebrating their exam results in this year’s GCSE and
vocational examinations today. Following last year’s new qualifications in Maths and
English, this year sees the first results for the new reformed GCSE qualifications in many
other subjects with more challenging content and exams graded in the new way, with 9 as
the highest mark and 1 the lowest.

Students have been hugely successful in Maths, English Language and English Literature
exams, with many very happy students benefiting from their hard work as well as that of
their committed teachers. There has also been great success across a wide range of
subjects including in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Dance, Drama, Media, Photography and

Amongst the school’s highest achievers were Holly Bennett with a grade 9 in Maths, 8 in
Photography and high grades in all of her other subjects. Holly Waughman achieved a grade 8 in English Language, Maths, Biology, Physics and History as well as a Distinction* in Drama. Ethan Morter achieved grade 8s in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. All 3 students plan to study for A Levels at Haileybury Turnford. Other top performers with grade 9s in Maths were Basleale Tesfaye, Maisy Hurst and Thomas Reeves. In English Mia Bailey, Shannon Daniels, James Evenden, Abbie Fairweather, Nikki Furley, Fatma Koyunlu and Lauren Wollaston-Smith all achieved grade 8s.

Principal Robin Newman said: “We are very pleased with our Year 11 results today which
show how students and teachers have risen to the challenge of more rigorous exams.
Students have been successful in both the core subjects of English and Maths as well as in
subjects across the whole curriculum. We wish each of our students the best for their
future as they continue their studies with us in our sixth form or move onto college, an
apprenticeship or work”.



Year 11 Exam Results 2018
Year 13 Exam Results 2018