Invicta Grammar School is thrilled with another superb set of A Level results!
Invicta is thrilled once again to be celebrating another set of fantastic results. Students at Invicta Grammar School achieved 68% A*- B grades in their A Level studies this year; these grades reflect the hard-work and dedication of our students who have also raised an inspirational amount of money for both local and national charities by collecting nearly £48,000! Not only have they achieved this, but Invicta is very proud of the fact that the students have achieved 150 A* and A grades. Out of a cohort of 138 students, 100% A* - E grades and 93% A* - C grades were gained, with 10.5% A* grades.
This year we are very proud that the number of students achieving an A* to B grade in two or more facilitating subjects have increased from 21.7% to 25.4%; a great achievement which has provided life-changing opportunities for more of our students to access the Russell Group universities.
We are also delighted to report that 4 students have successfully achieved Medicine and Veterinary Science places;
Lara Hebdon Medicine, Cambridge
Felicity March Dentistry, Plymouth
Anastasia Nicholl-Pierson Medicine, Leeds
Juhi Rastogi Medicine at UCL
Julie Derrick, Headteacher, commented ‘Our superb achievements this year will undoubtedly provide our new and existing parents with the confidence that Invicta is the best grammar school in Maidstone for their daughter in obtaining the balance of academic achievement, a wealth of opportunities and most importantly, character building. In September we will be welcoming our biggest cohort ever; this along with our exam results proves how popular and successful Invicta is. We have no doubt that our new students will follow in the footsteps of our excellent role models. Our students have yet again risen to the challenge of combining their own academic achievement with charitable work to not only give themselves the best possible opportunities moving forward, but also to improve the lives of others in their local, national and international community. It has been a real delight to see their smiling faces as they had fun along the way.’
The school is delighted with notable achievements for the following students:
Catherine Lincoln 5 A* and A grades
Harriet Turner 5 A* and A grades
Georgia Wells 5 A* and A grades
Lara Hebdon 4 A*
Grace Carol 4 A* and A grades
Sophie Aujard 4 A* and A grades
Amber-Louise Tree 3 A* and A grades
Tom Wei 3 A* and A grades
Head Girl, Georgia Wells, was jumping for joy having gained 5 A*/A grades. She is going on to study Physiotherapy at Birmingham and commented ‘I have had a wonderful time at Invicta. I have grown so much and benefitted a great deal from all the invaluable support and friendship from staff and students at Invicta. Invicta is truly the best; I have been able to combine academic subjects such as Mathematics, Biology and Geography with Physical Education and have achieved great grades in all!’
At Invicta we value the enrichment and personal development of our students. Our Extended Project Qualification results are testament to the fact that our students thrive on the opportunities they have through our curriculum, to develop their independent study in preparation for university. Thirty-six students achieved A*/A grades. This is an amazing achievement which aptly endorses Invicta’s commitment to developing ‘rounded’ students