It is important that Students follow the guidelines set out by our own exams office and also make themselves aware of the information given to them from the JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications).
Our Exams Office has produced a guidance booklet for students and parents and carers. For a copy please click here.
For the JCQ information please open the links below:
- Warning to candidates
- Information for candidates (for written examinations)
- Information for candidates (for on screen tests)
- Information regarding mobile phones, watches and tech devices
Mrs J Hunt - Exams Officer
SUMMER 2022 RESULTS
Huge Congratulations to our 2022 Year 11 Students:
Congratulations to all our students on a fantastic set of GCSE results. Achieved in the context of coming out of the deepest crisis to hit education since the Second World War, the outcomes are quite phenomenal.
Well done and thank you to all – students, parents and carers and of course staff. All have showed such patience, tenacity and innovation across a two year course that had been severely blighted by the pandemic. We wish all our students the very best as they progress to the next stage of their Learning Journey.
We are incredibly proud of our Year 13 Students who achieved excellent results in their A Level and BTEC Level 3 exams this summer.
A third of all grades were A*-A and over 80% were A*-C. We are delighted that, in a highly competitive year, over 80% of those who chose to apply for university were awarded a place at their first-choice institution.
Our Head Girl, Ozgecan, achieved A* A* A* and is off to Cardiff University to study law. She was a phenomenal role model during her time as Head Girl and we wish her every success. She was among the 40% of students who achieved at least AAB grades.
This was the first year of public exams following the unprecedented disruption of the pandemic and for our students to have achieved such strong results is testament to their hard work, dedication and determination. They amazed us every day with their positivity and resilience and the institutions that they are moving on to for further study or training are incredibly lucky to have them. We wish them every success in the future and ask them always to remember that, with God all things are possible.
SUMMER 2021 RESULTS
KEY STAGE 4 - HEADLINE MEASURES
- 61.3 Attainment 8 Score
- 81% with a standard pass 4+ in English and Maths
- 67% with a strong pass 5+ in English and Maths
- 58% achieved a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate
- 45% achieved a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate
- Average EBAcc APS score per pupil 5.62
KEY STAGE 5 - HEADLINE MEASURES
- 24% A* - A Grades
- 77% A* - B Grades
- 91% A* - C Grades
- 100% A* - E Grades
64% of students studying 3 A Levels achieved grades ABB or higher, with 40% achieving at least A*AA. This reflects the exceptional dedication and diligence that they have displayed throughout the pandemic. Overall, 77% of all A level grades were A*-B grades.
Of our students studying Level 3 BTEC courses (either alone or in combination with one or more A Level subjects), 100% achieved the equivalent of CCC at A Level, with 61% achieving the equivalent of ABB and 26% achieving the equivalent of A*AA.
2019 KEY STAGE 4 EXAMS RESULTS
Congratulations to all Students & Staff on another set of excellent GCSE exam results this Summer. Well Done Year 11 Class of 2019
Progress 8 Score: 0.87 (Well above Average)
Attainment 8 Score: 57
EBacc: 73% of Year Group Entered EBacc
EBacc Average Point Score: 5.29
- 88% Grade 4 and above
- 81% Grade 5 and above
- 44% Grade 7 and above
- 75% Grade 4 and above
- 67% Grade 5 and above
- 31% Grade 7 and above
- 37% = 9-7 Grades inc A* – A
- 72% = 9-5 Grades inc A* – B
DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL PERFORMANCE TABLES
To view the DfE School Performance Tables - Click Here.