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Havering Colleges Sixth Form – Results 2019

I am delighted to announce fantastic outcomes for our students at Havering Sixth Form in 2019.  The A Level pass rate, passes at A* and A, high grades A*-B and grades A-C are all excellent.

  • 95% overall pass rate
  • 117 students achieved A*-A
  • 419 students achieved A*-B
  • 876 students achieved A*-C 

In addition, 100% pass rates were achieved in many courses with almost all attaining pass rates in excess of 93%.

Students achieved fantastic results on many courses, including facilitating subjects favoured by the Russell Group Universities: Chemistry, Computer Science, English Literature, Spanish, and the arts – Textiles, Photography, Graphics, Architecture & Interior Design and Fine Art.

Many students study predominantly vocational courses and we are also delighted to report excellent results for our vocational students in the Havering Colleges with high numbers of distinctions and excellent progression to work and university.

At Havering Sixth Form we are expecting that around 700 students will again progress to university, and that our students’ progression to Russell Group universities will be good.  

A significant number of students will be embarking on superb employment opportunities maintaining our record on achieving high quality destinations for all of our students.

I am very proud of this achievement for both our students and staff. It will contribute towards our mission to be recognised regionally and nationally, as a centre of excellence for high quality education, social inclusion and outstanding progression.

Havering Colleges welcomes students of all abilities and offers a very broad curriculum including 35 A Levels and courses at every level with a wide and growing range of enrichments and work-related opportunities - and we are pleased that we enjoy success across that broad offer.

Paul Wakeling

Principal - Havering Colleges

Group Deputy Principal NCC


‘A very high proportion of students go onto further education, higher education or employment. Most students, on completing a two-year programme, enter higher education, many into prestigious universities. A small minority of students progress into high-quality apprenticeships or full-time employment. A high proportion of students with education, health and care plans progress well into further education, apprenticeships and employment.’  Ofsted, 2018, Havering Sixth Form