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Stephen Perse Sixth Form secures outstanding A level results

Students at the Stephen Perse Foundation in Cambridge have excelled in both A Level and International Baccalaureate examinations again this year. 

A level headline figures:
- 80% of grades achieved by students at the Stephen Perse Sixth Form College were A* or A
- 39% of grades achieved by students at the Stephen Perse Sixth Form College were A*
- 22% of Stephen Perse Sixth Form College students achieved three or more A* grades
- 99% of Stephen Perse Sixth Form College students achieved A* - C grades

IB headline figures:
70% of the Stephen Perse Foundation’s IB students achieved 40 points or more in this year’s examinations, placing them among the top 5.5% of students worldwide.

The average UK result for IB is around 33 point and the world average is usually about 30 points. Stephen Perse Foundation’s students averaged a breathtaking 39.71 points.

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Left to Right: Gonville and Caius College Cambridge (Natural Sciences), Sheffield (Civil Engineering), Leicester (Medicine), Oxford (German and Linguistics), Oxford (Bio Science)

Tricia Kelleher, principal of the Stephen Perse Foundation said: “These are exceptional A Level and IB results and our students should be very proud of themselves. They display a great work ethic and this, combined with determination and passion, will help them to go on to great things in an increasingly competitive global workplace -  we only have to look at the recent achievements of our young national sportswomen and sportsmen to know that this is true. 

"As a school with a long history of high academic achievement, it is exciting to see our students moving on to such a broad range of destinations and courses including Engineering, Medicine, Psychology, Liberal Arts, Chinese, History, Law, French and Russian, and many more. Much of this achievement is down to our excellent teaching staff, whose own work ethic, determination and passion is passed on to their students.”