A-level Results 2014

St. Mary's Menston celebrate A-level Results

Photo: Acting Headteachers Miss C Garrett And Mr T Rothwell join Year 13 pupils for a commemorative photo, A-Level Results Day, Thursday 14 August 2014

Photo: Acting Headteachers Miss C Garrett And Mr T Rothwell join Year 13 pupils for a commemorative photo, A-Level Results Day, Thursday 14 August 2014


“We are immensely proud of the A-level results achieved by our students, 90% of whom achieved at least 3 A-levels at grades A* to E. Their hard work earned over 80 students a place at their first choice university. While a number of students will take up employment or embark on a gap year, well over 100 of them will soon be enrolling on degree courses ranging from aeronautical engineering to zoology, at universities across the UK from Edinburgh and Swansea to Brighton and Durham, as well as Oxford and Cambridge. As ever, Manchester, Newcastle and Liverpool will have significant contingents of former St. Mary’s students next year. We wish them all well.”
— Mr D Sinnett, Assistant Headteacher, Director of Sixth Form

St. Mary's 2014 Key Stage 5 results:

  • Average point score per student: 895
  • Average point score per entry: 210
  • 90% achieved 3 or more passes at A*–E
  • 52% of entries gaining grades A* to B (not including General Studies)
  • 48% of entries gaining grades A* to B (including General Studies)