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13:19 PM - 22 May 2018

Retweeted From National Autistic Society

Wonderful to hear that a talented student from our Cullum Centre is a finalist in the awards. Well done Greta, what an achievement! https://t.co/6SBjsFe0aO https://t.co/dDmCnlpnK3

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15:32 PM - 24 Apr 2018

Retweeted From Thames Ditton Jrs

Isn’t science awesome?! Year 6 visiting https://t.co/uX1QYIfXSK

11:02 AM - 24 Apr 2018

Good luck to our Year 11 students this week doing GCSE French, German and Spanish speaking exams!

09:41 AM - 24 Apr 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

Good luck to all of our Y11 language students doing their speaking tests this week!

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11:57 AM - 17 Apr 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

We've explored Park Güell in the glorious weather (about time!) and are now heading to Barceloneta for a picnic on the beach! Great to spend a day exploring all together with our exchange partners! https://t.co/U64Z4d3dTa

03:55 AM - 17 Apr 2018

Retweeted From Music

Hey to all Senior Jazz - hope you had a great holiday- big Jazz Day coming up on May 3rd. We start rehearsals tomorrow Tuesday. See you then.

17:32 PM - 16 Apr 2018

Retweeted From HWS PE Dept

Calling on all of our students who are competing at county/regional/national or academy club level to fill out our sporting achievements form! Has been sent home to parents by email🏊‍♂️⚽️🏀🏈🎾🏸🏓🏐🏒🏑🏏🥋🥊🎽🏋️‍♂️🤸‍♂️🏌️‍♀️🤾‍♂️🧗‍♂️🚵‍♂️🚣‍♀️💃🕺🥇🏆

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17:32 PM - 16 Apr 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

It's the final evening of our fantastic Spanish exchange 😢. A great day today in Barcelona, visiting La Padrera and the Boqueria Market. Tonight is our last chance to have delicious tapas (& for Mrs Martin to scoff even more Patatas Bravas!) Thanks to everyone ! https://t.co/gC6v07FsMF

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15:16 PM - 13 Apr 2018

Retweeted From HWSMFL

A fab day in visiting the and getting to know the city, with ice cream. And some lush tapas for the teachers! https://t.co/ZBZID7mxls

Latest News

Posted on: 18/08/2017

Another bumper year of A Level results for sixth formers!

The hard work and commitment of Hinchley Wood students has paid off once again, with some excellent A Level results:

27 per cent of all grades were achieved at A or A*, 60 per cent A*-B and 85 per cent A*-C the latter setting a new school record.  43 students achieved three or more A*-B grades with 109 of the 110 students in the year group achieving two or more A Level passes.

88 of the total 94 students who were looking to go to university in September 2017, have secured places at their first choice of university.   The results also saw a number of very impressive individual performances, with Joseph Dunn and Caspar Yim securing three A* grades and Max Charlton, Curtis Court and Callum House all securing two A*s and one A grade. 

Caspar, who is going on to study International Business Management at Heriot Watt University in Malaysia, said: “I'm hugely pleased with my grades and have spent the whole morning beaming! It's been lovely seeing all my friends get their university places.  I've spent pretty much the whole summer worrying about results day so it's wonderful to finally be able to relax for a bit and stop being so nervous.”  With his three A stars in Maths, Further Maths and Physics, Joseph is heading to Bristol University to read Maths.

These excellent results come at a time of considerable volatility in A Level results nationally following the introduction of new A Level specifications and the move to linear courses. 

“The results are fitting reward for all the hard work of a very talented group of young people, who have been ably supported and guided by a team of committed staff and their parents or carers” said Mr Bartlett.  “Congratulations to all our students on their outstanding achievements this summer and we wish them well as they head off to the next stage of their education.”