Aug 16

2018 Results Day

​Esher College is pleased to report a 99.2% pass rate at A level (84.1% A* - C grades). All of the College´s results were above national benchmarks. The proportion of students achieving the highest grades is particularly impressive. Students studying BTEC courses also achieved excellent results.

An impressive 152 students achieved three or more A Levels at A* or A grade, including 19 students who achieved 3 or 4 A* grades; a remarkable achievement.  The College is also extremely proud to report that a total of 199 A* grades were awarded at A Level. A full breakdown of results will be available on the Esher College website shortly.

Lucy Peggs, who gained 3 A* grades in Maths, Further Maths and Physics said “I couldn't be happier with my results. I can't wait to go to university to study the subjects that I love. Thank you so much to all of my teachers for their support and guidance!" Lucy, who came to Esher College from Hinchley Wood School, is off to Bath University to study Maths and Physics.

Max Davies, who gained an A* grade in Politics and an A grade in both History and French is off to Exeter University to study History and Italian. Max, who came to Esher College from Orleans Park School, said, “I definitely couldn't have done this well without the support of the teachers at Esher."

Hannah Cullen, who gained an A* grade in Biology and A grades in both Chemistry and English Literature said “I'm so happy with all of my results. Thanks so much to all of my teachers!" Hannah, who came to Esher College from Tormead School, is off to Bath University to study Psychology.

Alex Maisky, who gained three Di* awards in BTEC Music Technology, BTEC Art & Design and BTEC IT is off to Kingston University to study Music Technology. Alex, who came to Esher College from Hinchley Wood School, said, “Esher gave me the opportunity to study the subjects I love in a way that I enjoy learning by enabling me to take the BTEC qualifications."

Ben Williams, who gained an A grade in both Drama and Politics and a B grade in English Literature said “Leaving Esher with the required grades to go to Leeds is the perfect way to end a wonderful 2-year journey, in which I have grown both academically and personally." Ben, who is the former president of the Student Union came to Esher College from Tiffin Boys School.

Dan Dean, the College Principal, said, “We are thrilled to report another set of exceptional A level and BTEC results. They are particularly pleasing in the more rigorous context of reformed A levels and they reflect the enormous efforts our teachers have expended in getting the delivery of the new specifications right. Most importantly, students on all courses deserve many congratulations as their hard work has clearly paid off. We wish them every success as they embark on the next stage of their careers, be that to higher education, apprenticeship or employment."

Students in the photo attached (from left to right) –

Abigail Barrett – achieved a Di* Di* award in BTEC Art & Design and an A* grade in Fashion and Textiles. Abigail is off to do an Art Foundation Course at UCA Epsom.

Alex Maisky – achieved three Di* awards in BTEC Music Technology, BTEC Art & Design and BTEC IT. Alex is off to Kingston University to study Music Technology.

Hannah Cullen – achieved an A* grade in Biology and an A grades in both Chemistry and English Literature. Hannah is off to Bath University to study Psychology.

Amy Grant – achieved an A* grade in Psychology, an A grade in Biology and a B grade in Chemistry. Amy is off to Reading University to study Food Science.

Max Davies – achieved an A* in Politics and an A grade in both History and French. Max is off to Exeter University to study History and Italian.

Lucy Peggs – achieved three A* grades in Maths, Further Maths and Physics. Lucy is off to Bath University to study Maths and Physics.

Ben Williams – achieved an A grade in both Drama and Politics and a B grade in English Literature. Ben is off to Leeds University to study Politics.

Isobel Hawkins – achieved three A* grades in Maths, History and Biology and an A grade in Physics. Isobel is off to Merton College, Oxford University to study Biology.