Exam Results

Our deadline for the submission of Centre Assessment Grade (CAG) Appeals has now passed.

SCHOOL STATEMENT: GCSE RESULTS 2020

Please see a letter to Sir Edward Leigh from the Headteacher and a letter of support from the Chair of Governors in response to the 2020 A Level results here.

School Statement regarding A Levels 2020

2019 School Headline Measures

A Level

27% of entries were graded A* or A

54% of entries were graded B or above

20% achieved at least AAB or higher in 2 or more facilitating subjects (+0.05 value added)

GCSE

Progress 8 score +0.09

Average Attainment 8 Score 63

Average EBACC score 6.42

Percentage achieving grade 5+ in Maths and English 83.33

It was fantastic to celebrate such good results with all of our students, particularly those who got straight A* grades at A Level and all 9's at GCSE. (Less than 1000 students across the country managed this). Well done to everyone!

To view the DFE Schools 2019 performance tables please click here. (Please note that our figures reflect the best results obtained by the students. This is not the case for the official GCSE figures.)

2018 School Headline Measures

Progress 8 score +0.26
Average Attainment 8 score 64.37
Average EBACC score 6.09
Percentage achieving grade 5+ in Maths and English 83.24

The DfE figures quoted above and released in October 2018 show that our students made significantly more progress than students of the same ability in other schools. It should be noted that DfE figures are first entry figures and do not include a number of remarks. The actual results achieved are even better than those reported.

To view the DFE Schools 2018 performance tables please click here.