Results for 2022
The percentage of students obtaining grades A*-B is 68% which is an 18% increase from the 2019 set of examinations (the last time students sat external A-level exams).
Over a third of the grades achieved at the academy were of the highest grades A* or A.
Mr N Salisbury and Mr A Mitchell, co-principals of Sir Christopher Hatton Academy, said: “The staff of Sir Christopher Hatton Academy would like to congratulate all students on their hard work, focus and determination over what has been a challenging period.
“This cohort have worked with great dedication and contributed widely to the whole academy.
“We wish them all the very best as they prepare for their future endeavours.”
Notable students include:
- Kian Patel will be reading Mathematics at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford after achieving three A* grades
- Raymond Matata will be reading Biomedicine at Warwick after achieving three A grades, and a B grade
- Ruby Clark will be reading Biology and Medicinal Chemistry at York after achieving two A grades, and a B grade
- Patrycja Golab will be reading Psychology at York after achieving two A* grades and two A grades
- Clive Agiam will be reading Chemical Engineering at Nottingham after achieving three A grades, and a B grade
- Anusha Thakrar will be reading Physics at Warwick after achieving an A* grade, an A grade, and a B grade
- Molly Hillman will be reading Physiotherapy at Southampton after achieving two A* grades, an A grade, and a Distinction* grade
- Kishan Patel who is reading Economics and Statistics at UCL after achieving two A* grades, and an A grade
- Joanna Warczynska who is reading English Language and Literature at Leeds after achieving two A* grades, and an A grade
- Dominik Druzkowski who is reading Computer Science with AI at Nottingham after achieving an A* grade two A grades and a B grade