In 2022 at GCSE, 51% students achieved 9-5 in both English and mathematics, 70% achieved 9-4 in both English and mathematics. 65% achieved five standard passes including English and mathematics.
Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.
In both 2020 and 2021, national performance tables did not exist and the school worked through the process of centre assessed grades to ensure that students were appropriately recognised for their skills and knowledge. We have been delighted that all of our students were able to move on at the end of year thirteen to their chosen universities and at GCSE to ensure that we produced accurate outcomes for our students.
These results allowed students successfully to be able to move on to the next stage of their education. As there were no national comparisons, it is not appropriate to publish group outcomes, but our results remained in line with our previous outcomes.
In 2019, at GCSE, 46% students achieved 9-5 in both English and mathematics, 66% achieved 9-4 in both English and mathematics. 60% achieved five standard passes including English and mathematics
Historical results can be found on the compare school performance website:
In 2022 at A Level, our students produced strong academic outcomes in the examinations with all of our aspiring university applicants achieving a place. In addition, we were delighted with the number of A* grades.
% of results at A*-C 2022 - 71%
Historical results can be found on the compare school performance website.