In a year of uncertainty around the new “tougher” A Level and BTEC qualifications, we are delighted that Hillview has maintained its usual high standards of student achievement. Our students can be proud of their successes and results in their sixth form studies, with particular congratulations going to: Silvie Jones – Dance A, Health and Social Care Distinction, Performing Arts Distinction; Chloe Devall – Applied Business Distinction, Health and Social Care Double Distinction; Eliza Gomersall – Textile Design A*, Photography A, Fine Art B; Izzy Woodward – Travel and Tourism Distinction*, Applied Business Distinction, Sociology B; Kat Cashman – English Language and Literature A*, History B, Sociology B; Samuel Healey – Business Applied Distinction, Geography A, Mathematics B; Holly Owen – English Language and Literature B, Health and Social Care Double Distinction; Chloe Cooper – Business Applied Distinction, Textile Design B, Fine Art B. A number of our students also made exceptional progress this year and, thanks to their hard work, exceeded their target grades and performed beyond expectations, with a special mention going to Conor Anac, Amy Austen, Isabel Brightmore (Student Voice Leader) , Christian Bevière, Georgie Fitt and Megan Smith (Deputy Head Girl).
Our students have achieved these excellent results across a broad range of subjects, which reflects the richness of the Hillview curriculum and strong Sixth Form ethos. Students secured amazing grades in both academic and vocational courses. Highlights include: Art (63% A*-B), Childcare (100% A*-A), Dance (100% A*-B), Textile Design (1/3 of students gaining A*-A), English Literature with 100% A*-C and English Language and Literature (40% A*-B), Religious Studies (80% A*-C), Sport (88% A*-A) and our Applied Science with 70% Distinction grades.
We are also thrilled that all of our students are moving on to a positive destination in employment, apprenticeships, further or higher education. For students wishing to go to university 91% have already secured offers so far, with 90% of those receiving a place on their first choice course at their preferred university.
Headteacher Hilary Burkett commented: “Yet again our Hillview students have done themselves proud and have achieved some wonderful results; following some real hard work over the past 2 years. A huge congratulations to all of our students and thanks to the teachers and staff at Hillview for their dedication and to our parents for their support”. ... See MoreSee Less
GOOD SCHOOLS GUIDE – FANTASTIC NEWS! It’s official! Hillview has been accepted with the Good Schools Guide—the only non-selective in the area and one of only a few schools locally to be included. We are, obviously delighted that we have been accepted into the Guide which, in itself is an honour and goes to show what a fantastic school we are! Read full review below. ... See MoreSee Less
SISTER ACT PRODUCTION 2018 What a rockin’ finish we’ve had to a fantastic year at Hillview! Our annual production this year was ‘Sister Act’ and has been so much fun to produce, with its success laying at the feet of the students who grabbed ownership of the show from the word GO! They put their all into the production – they were passionate, dedicated and their creativity shone through – really living each part. It was also very exciting that we were able to use the actual costumes and set from the National Touring version of the production. The whole Hillview community is proud of their commitment and hard work which they give day in, day out, in everything that they do. A true credit to what we believe in at Hillview. Thanks, as always, to the Performing Arts team for their hard work and all members of the Hillview community that supported. What a fabulous end to an incredible year!! Well done!