Bridlington Sixth Form comes out on top
The region’s best performing schools for A Level results have been revealed – and Bridlington School has come out on top as the highest performing state school in the region, taking third place behind Hymers College and Pocklington School, which are both independent, and above Hull Collegiate, another fee-paying school.
Head of Bridlington Sixth Form, Simon Pick said:
“We are a small but successful Sixth Form, with a caring, family approach. These results are not only a reflection of our excellent teaching but also our pastoral support advice and guidance. We know our students really well so we can ensure they are on courses in which they will be successful and can then put in bespoke intervention and support packages for those who fall behind."
The best performing schools and colleges in Hull and East Riding based on average point score per A Level in 2018 are:
Hymers College – 41.8 (average of B+)
Pocklington School – 38.8 (average of B)
Bridlington School – 36.1 (average of B-)
St Mary’s College – 35.2 (average of B-)
Hull Collegiate School – 34.1 (average of C+)
Beverley High School – 33.8 (average of C+)
Beverley Joint Sixth Form – 32.9 (average of C+)
Wyke Sixth Form College – 32.8 (average of C+)
Woldgate School and Sixth Form College – 32.7
Hornsea School and Language College – 32.4 (average of C+)
Across England in 2018, the average point score per entry for A levels increased slightly to 33.3 in 2018, from 32.4 in 2017.