Exam Results

Please note that at both GCSE and A Level we are awaiting the outcomes of various appeals to the examination boards.

GCSE (2019)

We are pleased to have received a really good set of GCSE results resulting in a Progress 8 score of +0.41. This means that on average pupils received almost half a grade above expectation across all subjects. This measure includes Maths and English, vital for all pupils as they progress through their post-16 and higher education. We are especially pleased with the results in Food Preparation and Nutrition, Business Studies and Religious Studies. Notwithstanding this success we are focusing on where we can continue to improve with focused professional development and targeted learning strategies for pupils, to ensure the best possible outcomes for all.

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A LEVEL (2019)

We are delighted to announce that almost all of our students accepted offers from their first or second choice university, with a quarter taking places at Russell Group universities. Destinations include: Durham (Music), the Royal Welsh Conservatoire (Music), Reading (Architecture), Bath (Accounting), Cardiff (History, English). Students not going to university this year are enjoying a purposeful year out, with one elite ice dancer taking part in a training programme in the USA which could see her in the Olympic Ice Dance squad in the future.

With the advent of more challenging A Level courses, each Sixth Form student is guided to develop and improve the skills needed to be successful in these increasing demands. We aim to equip students to go beyond the ability to do well in examinations, but to develop transferable skills to equip them for the career path of their choice.

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