Hedingham School is delighted with another successful year at A Level with students achieving a good set of results. 96% of students gained a pass in their A Level examinations and a pleasing 62% achieved a pass rate at A* to C grade. 36% of students achieved A*-B. A special mention must go to the Art department where 11 of the students achieved an A* grade. These positive results continue to consolidate Hedingham’s reputation as a high achieving school. There were a number of notable individual performances. Alex McManus achieved 3 A* grades and 2 A’s and will now study Medicine at Cambridge. Sammy Perry recorded one A* and 2 A grades. Natasha Hill gained 3 A’s. Charlotte Fenner performed exceptionally well achieving 3 A’s,1 B and an A* in her EPQ. Khloe-Louise Baker and Charlotte Stone also gained excellent results achieving A*, A and B. Zoe Couch gained 2 A*’s, B and C. Finally, congratulations to Freddie Hoogewerf who has now achieved the qualifications (A* and 2 A’s) to study Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University.
Headteacher, John Panayi, was once again delighted. He said, “we are pleased with the performances of the students. The majority of subjects are now purely exam based and this puts considerable pressure on students and teachers. The exam season is intense and we always look to provide the support and guidance for our students. This is a key priority for Hedingham School. Furthermore, our aim is to provide them with the skills to prepare them for the next step in their lives. Congratulations to all students, staff and parents for all their hard work. I wish all our students a successful future.”