Examination Results

 

Examination Results

Information about what to do on results day can be found here.

GCSE 2023

The pass rate at grades 9-4 was 96.3%.

The proportion of top grades 9-7 was 48%.

The proportion of students achieving a strong pass 9-5 in English and Maths was 88%.

According to the most recent data available, 99% of students at this school stay in education or go into employment after Year 11.

The average Attainment 8 score per student was 66.1 (this means that the average grade achieved in the qualifications selected for this measure was approximately grade 7).

Last year this was above the national average, and at +0.24 (this means that, on average, students at this school achieved almost a quarter of a grade higher in every qualification selected for this measure than students of comparable ability across the whole country.



Sixth Form 2023

At sixth-form level, students can either take A levels or the International Baccalaureate.

Combining the results, 64% of grades awarded were A*/A/B or the equivalent 7/6/5 at IB, and 40% were A*/A or 7/6.

The pass rate for all examinations sat was 99.7%.

Further details about sixth-form examination results can be found on the School Performance Government website , and in the tables below.



大象传媒 Graduate Destinations 2023

66%聽聽聽 Russell Group Universities

95% 聽 聽Students achieved their first choice place

8 to medical school

5 to Oxford / Cambridge

Popular UniversitiesPopular Courses
6 Bath8 Medicine
2 Birmingham2 Architecture
6 Bristol13 Engineering
2 Bristol UWE9 Biology related
2 Cambridge3 Chemistry
10 Cardiff3 Physics
0 Durham4 Maths
2 Edinburgh4 Computing
10 Exeter4 Sports
0 Imperial2 Media
2 Loughboroug3 Geography
1 Leeds2 History
0 LSE3 Law
3 Oxford2 Politics
3 Plymouth2 Veterinary
2 Reading1 Liberal Arts
1 Southampton2 Languages
2 Surrey5 English
5 Warwick10 Econ/Business

 

Further information and comparisons with other schools in the local authority and nationally may be found in the Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department of Education鈥檚 .