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A Level Results 2022

Following the cancellation of their GCSE examinations in 2020 these results represent this cohort's first experience of formal external examinations. We are all aware of the significant challenges these young people have had to face as a result of the pandemic, from the lack of experience in sitting formal examinations to the significant period of remote learning across their studies. We are very proud of them all. 

Within the many successes, we are pleased to report some particularly outstanding results by our year 13 students here at Borden Grammar School. There are 14 students who achieved at least three A or A* grades across their three or four subjects. These students are Joshua Bass, Harry Brown, Thomas Scollard, Sam Canning, Gabriella Deevoy, Tom Fassenfelt, Ethan Gear, William Price, Ciaran Higgins, Imdad Rahman, Zak Robinson, Joe Shaw, Shaharyar Sikander and Ted Vidyarthi. Of these students the very top performers are Shaharyar Sikander A*A*A*, Zak Robinson A*A*A, Gabriella Deevoy A*A*A, Harry Brown A*A*AA, Tom Fassenfelt A*AA and Ethan Gear A*AA.

Overall our students achieved some very impressive grades, with 54% of all grades awarded to them being at A* to B and a quarter of the grades at the highest level of A*/A. This represents excellent outcomes by a cohort of students who have displayed immense levels of determination and resilience during the course of their A level studies. These results will allow the students to successfully move on to the next stage of their education or careers. Students have successfully secured places at top universities including Durham, Warwick, Royal Holloway, Nottingham, Southampton, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the University of London and the University of Kent. A number of other students have secured high level apprenticeship and degree apprenticeship opportunities at local companies as well as blue chip companies in London.


We are enormously proud of the achievements of all our students under such challenging circumstances. We wish all of our students the very best of luck as they move on from Borden and know that they will be hugely successful in whatever career path they choose to take.