The results page would have been written just after I had done my “A” Levels in Chemistry, Physics, Pure Maths and Applied Maths. We also did a General Studies “O” Level, which was new at the time.
The headmaster was Mr Cain, who was a keen type. The Chemistry teacher was Charlie Golding and the Physics teacher Ben Thompson.
The marks that are given appear to be an estimate of what we would get in the exam. You may be surprised at how low they are. As far as I recollect I got 65% in Physics and 70% in Chemistry (or vice-versa). At the time 70% was a very good mark. Through sheer laziness I failed both Maths exams. When I went to Battersea College of Advanced Technology, everyone was put on an advanced maths course, in which those who had failed A levels had to pass or they would be out! On that occasion I did put in some effort, but I was never a natural at the subject.
I also failed the General Studies exam, partly because I probably knew more about the history of science than the examiners (thanks largely to Stockton Library). They also asked for a synopsis of a book published after 1950. Unfortunately I chose 1984, which was written in 1948!
Images and details courtesy of Fred Starr.