6th Form Results


Thursday 17th August 2017


Oxford Spires Academy is delighted to announce an excellent set of A-level results.  The Principal has congratulated all students involved in these examinations and, of course, their parents and teachers. There were 86 candidates in the Upper Sixth this year and there have been excellent performances against the full range of ability. The overall pass rate is 94%. The percentage of grades at A*-C is 63% . There were particularly strong performances in Religious Studies, Chemistry, Spanish, Creative Writing, Sport and Business Studies.


All students have achieved success, many whilst overcoming considerable challenges, and particular mention should be made of the following students, who scored particularly strongly:


Vivien Urban A*,A,A,B going to St Andrew’s to study Comparative Literature and English. Vivien joined OSA part way through Year 7 with no English.

Mohammed Mujtaba A,A,A going to Edingburgh to study Chemical Engineering.

Ettore Loiselle A,B,B going to Edingburgh to study Chemistry.

Joel Larkin, who joined us from another school in the sixth form and achieved 5 A Level equivalent grades: Double Distinction* in Sport, Double distinction in Business and a D in Geography. He goes to Manchester to study Sports Management.


The following students achieved Triple Dis * in Sport:

Clifton Gaughan

Miraaj Hussain

Fatima Rehman

The following students achieved Double Dis* in Business:

Kevin Chavunduka

Grace Ehibhatiomhan

Jack  Hicks

Fabiha  Hoque

Noureldin  Osman


Principal, Sue Croft, said, “These results demonstrate the hard work of students and teachers and the improvements in attainment at Oxford Spires Academy. All students who have chosen to do so have won a place on a degree course and we are confident that all our students leaving school this summer can look forward to a very bright future. This year group is the last to have been in the predecessor school and achieved top 5% progress at GCSE; they have succeeded not only in their academic goals but have grown beautifully into caring, moral and hard working adults. We are delighted for each success and proud of each achievement and wish all well in the future.”


Tony Brett, the Chair of Governors, said, “This was indeed an impressive year group who took full advantage of their opportunities at OSA. Their successes reflect the outstanding teaching at Oxford Spires Academy and the drive for excellence by the Principal Sue Croft.”