14th November 2011
Brampton College was ranked 66th independent school in The Times A level School Results Table 2011, achieving 55% A*/A grades and 80.55% grades A*,A and B.
Brampton has a consistent record of outstanding results at A level.
In 2011 45 students obtained at least AAA grades (or equivalent points), 33% of the total number. 63% of students obtained ABB or better. The following students were among our many special achievers:
|Mehdi Goudarzi||Grades A*A*A*A*A* in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry after a two-year course, gaining a place to read Chemical Engineering at Cambridge University.|
|Essie Buckman||Grades A*A*A in Art, Classical Civilisation and English after a two-year course, gaining a place on an Art Foundation course.|
|Diloushka Fernando||Grades A*AAA in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics after a two-year course, gaining a place to read Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London|
|Natalie Barber||Grades A*A*A in History, Religious Studies and Sociology after a two-year course, gaining a place to read Primary Teaching at St Mary’s University College.|
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