Huge congratulations are extended to the Hundred of Hoo 2023 cohort of Year 13 pupils!
The results achieved today are the product of strong relationships that exist between pupils, all staff, as well as parents and carers in the community of the Hundred of Hoo Academy. Only by working together in our pursuit of excellence to transform the life chances of our young people, have we been able to sustain year on year improvement in results. We offer enormous thanks to all who have contributed to our shared success.
Overall, our results this year show that the average A level grade achieved by pupils was an impressive C. The Applied General average grade was a Merit.
We are incredibly proud to report that all pupils are able to progress to the next steps of their education, or to employment. We look forward to hearing how the successes of our Hoo alumni continue in the future.
Amongst the impressive achievements across the year group, there are some stand-out individual successes to be celebrated. These include:
- Nicholas: AAB in English, sociology and biology respectively, moving on to complete a marketing degree;
- Grace: A*, A, B in media, film and English respectively and who is already working in the TV media industry in London;
- Annaliese: D*D* and M in health and social care and applied science, going on to study child nursing;
- Evan: A, B, Distinction in criminology, biology and digital media looking forward to taking his studies into a degree in forensics;
- Sophie: 3Cs in film, history and criminology, in addition to a Merit in performing arts leading to next steps in a degree in psychology and criminology; and
- Oliver: B,C,C in history, sociology and criminology, continuing his passions through his ancient history degree.
In a first for Hoo, one of our students’ next destination is her recruitment to Team GB Skiing. Emily balanced her successful training and competitions whilst completing A levels in media, core maths and art. Emily will be relocating to Austria in the coming months to dedicate herself to training. She is one to watch in the future.
Carl Guerin-Hassett, Principal, stated, ‘Today we are delighted to be able to share in our young people’s successes and congratulate all our Year 13 students on their individual and collective achievements. We are very proud of each and every one of our students and wish them the very best for their future.’
We were joined by Pat Sanford, Vice Chair of Governors and Keith Morrison, Chair of Governors. They extended their congratulations to all students receiving results this summer.