10th Aug 2021
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Great Baddow High School students celebrate a superb set of A Lev...
Despite the unprecedented circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic Great Baddow High School students were able to celebrate a superb set of results. I would like to congratulate all the students for what they have achieved, the tremendous efforts and hard work they have put in and I wish them every success as they progress onto the next stage of their education, employment or training. In line with all Mid-Essex secondary schools, we adopted a meticulous approach towards the Teacher Assessed Grades in which students undertook assessments in schools to support the process. Thankfully, our students are now able to celebrate, as their A Level, BTEC and Level 3 grades will allow them to take up University places, apprenticeships and employment opportunities. All our students have real cause for celebration, and I would like to highlight the following individuals for their outstanding performance: - Charlotte H achieved 4A* grades in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and PE. Charlotte is going on to study Medicine at Birmingham. Luca G achieved 3A* grades in Maths, Physics and Geography and an A for EPQ. Luca is going on to study an MSc in Aerospace Engineering at Swansea University. Beth S achieved 3A* grades in Psychology, Geography and History. Beth is going on to study History at Exeter. Shreya J achieved 2A* grades in Maths and Economics and 2 A grades in Biology and Chemistry. Shreya is going on to study Biomedical Science at University College London. Nathan T achieved A* in Maths, Dist* in Cyber Security and A’s in German and Further Maths. Nathan is going on to study German and Japanese at the University of Manchester. Josh F achieved 3 A*s in Biology, Geography and Physical Education and is studying Geography at the London School of Economics. BTEC remains very strong at the school with four students achieving Triple Distinction* in Sport, including Jack B who will be going on to study Sport and Exercise Science at Exeter University and Tiegan T who will be studying Sports Rehabilitation at Nottingham university. Paul Farmer Headteacher
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