Brentford School for Girls Delighted with Results

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A level results


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Brentford School for have seen an increase in all key measures for their A Level results this summer. There have been some stunning results with a number of students securing the higher grades to enter Russell group universities.

Brentford School for Girls

BTEC results are again outstanding and the best set yet.  The number of places to university have increased.

Across the borough this year’s provisional figures show that the pass rate was above the national average at 98.6%.

There were improvements across all the higher grades at A-level this year with A*-B, up 2.7% to 51.3%, and A*-C, up 1.3% to 78.6%. While 7% of this year’s students achieved the highest grade of A*, an increase of 0.8% on last year’s results.

Councillor Tom Bruce, Cabinet Member for Education and Children’s Services, Hounslow Council, said: “I would like to congratulate each and every one of our students for their fantastic results.

“A lot of hard work has gone into these achievements, not only from students themselves, but from the schools, teachers, parents and families who support them through what is often a stressful time".

HM Revenue and Customs is reminding parents who receive Child Benefit and Child Tax Credits to inform them of their child’s educational status ahead of 31 August, otherwise payments will stop.

Customers must contact HMRC to confirm the eligibility of their 16+ child if they are continuing in full-time, non-advanced education, moving into employment or undertaking approved training. Alternatively, if a young person leaves full-time education or training, for example, to start full-time work or because their course has ended, claimants must report this change straight away to prevent an overpayment, which they will have to pay back.

August 26, 2016

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