* The proportion of A-Level entries graded A* to C has increased by more than 50% compared to last year
* The provisional A-Level progress score for the school has also risen
* The BTEC average points score per entry rose compared to last year, even with the new challenging exam-based assessments which were introduced
* All of our BTEC Child Development students achieved Merit or better
Andy McBurnie, Executive Headteacher at The Mandeville School, said: “Congratulations to everyone who collected their A-Level and BTEC results today. All our students put in a tremendous amount of work and we’re delighted that such a high proportion of them will now be going to their first choice university, studying courses such as criminology, business and veterinary nursing. We are really pleased to see their hard work pay off and wish them all the very best for the future.
“For the school there’s still more work to be done but we’re happy that things are moving in the right direction as we continue to improve and strive to become better and better.”
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