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Connor to study Classical Civilisation at Bristol University and Riya to study Economics and Politics at Manchester University. Congratulations!

We are delighted to congratulate our Sixth Form students today on their fantastic exam successes. Their hard work has resulted in continued improvements in outcomes.  We saw the proportion of students achieving grades A*-A in their A levels rise from 12.5% in 2018 to an impressive 19.8% this summer. 

We are delighted that our overall value added score continues to improve. We are above national average with our students achieving a value added score of 0.35, where national averages sit at 0. This means students at The Harefield Academy are achieving over one third of a grade higher than is achieved across the country. We are delighted with this improving trend and grateful to our dedicated staff for the support they have given to students in securing such great results. 

As a result, all our Sixth Form students have been successful in progressing to approved destinations.  54% are heading to University/Higher Education/training with all other students moving in to employment or planned gap years.

Our Vocational Students achieved particularly well this year with the percentage of students achieving a Distinction/ Distinction* increasing from 58.37% in 2018 to 68.4%. Huge congratulations to our BTEC Sports team on this fantastic achievement. Particular success came for Essence Martins achieving a Double Distinction*, Distinction in her Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport. Essence is now going to continue her studies in the USA, with the focus on Sport. Daniel Avogo achieved Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction* in his Level 3 Extended Diploma.

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Essence to continue studies in the USA

Our A Level students were equally as successful with many students gaining entry to Russell Group Universities. Roan Cooper and Jessica Keys achieved a staggering A*, A*, A. Jessica is going to study Natural Sciences at University College London, while Roan is going to be reading Maths at the University of St. Andrews.

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Jessica to study Natural Sciences at UCL

Head Boy, Kareem Arogundade, heads to the University of Liverpool to study an International Business degree (with a year in industry). 

Codie Taylor, achieved A*, A, A in her A levels and is studying Mathematics at Nottingham University. Riya Kapoor achieved A, A, C, and is off to study Economics and Politics at Manchester University. Connor Lowden is going to study Classical Civilisation at Bristol University after getting B, B, B.

Codie A*, A, A

Our Sixth Form boarders performed really well with Olivia Elliott achieving a Distinction*, Distinction*, Distinction and she will continue with her professional tennis career whilst studying overseas. Shynori Darrell and Calvin D’Souza both achieved Distinction, Distinction Merit and are heading to further education.

We wish all of our students the best of luck in their future pathways at University or in employment.

Success has not been limited to just our Year 13 students.  We also want to congratulate a number of Year 12 students. Raffaele Ferrigno completed the full Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport in one year (Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction).  Stylianos Spyrou got an A in A Level Greek and Raisa Jahan an A* in A Level Bengali.    

Full results can be found on the  Academic Results Page