Results

 

Over the last few years, where the Government have not compiled results for schools due to the awarding of grades as Centre Assessed and Teacher Assessed Grades, the Government will this year be providing information on the outcomes of schools in the same format as it did in 2019. Students sat examinations in the summer of 2022, the Government set the outcomes nationally between the standards of 2019 and 2021, with the aim that in 2023 the results will return to pre-pandemic levels. The results below show the results for 2019, 2021 and 2022.

We are delighted with the outcomes and reflect the hard work of the students throughout the pandemic.

 

GCSE Results

MeasureResults

2019

Results 2021

(Teacher Assessed Grades)

Results

2022 (Provisional DfE)

Basics 4+ in English and maths80%90%91%
Basics 5+ in English and maths53%68%69%
EBACC 5+32%34%50%
EBACC 4+48%53%62%
Attainment 8 51.6357.2959.09
Progress 8-0.23+0.33

+0.40

 

Maths Outcomes

MeasureResults 2022
Basics 9 to 734%
Basics 9 to 573%
Basics 9 to 493%

 

English Outcomes

English Best of Language or LiteratureResults 2022
Basics 9 to 732%
Basics 9 to 582%
Basics 9 to 495%

Post 16 Results

 

A Levels

GradesPercentage
A*- A34%
A* – B59%
A* – C83%
A* – E99%

 

Average Point Score per entry38.03
Average Point Score per entry as a gradeB-

 

BTEC

Average grade for BTEC qualifications:

Distinction-

 

Destinations:

 

University

The vast majority of students achieved their place at their first or second choice University. Students secured places in a wide range of institutions for a whole host of courses. Two students secured Oxbridge places to study Medicine and Computing, while we also had students who have gone to study maths, humanities, sciences and a whole range of other subjects at Russell Group and other Universities. Most importantly students have secured places at institutions that they feel will provide them with the qualifications and experience they desire. Congratulations to them all.
Apprenticeships

Several of our students have secured Higher Level Apprenticeships. These apprenticeships enable students to work and study at the same time to achieve a degree. This year we have had students secure apprenticeships at Cancer Research UK, HG construction in the role of a Quantity Surveyor, IBM, Chartered Management apprenticeship with AON Apprenticeship in Management, Civil Service for Apprentice Economist, Catapult Cell and Gene Therapy – Operations and Quality Technician Apprenticeship.

 

Employment/other opportunities

Other students have secured employment, plan to take a year out or gain further experience. We know that they have the skills and qualifications to enable them to achieve their goals.

To view a breakdown of previous Post 16 and GCSE Results, please click the link below.

Results Post 16 2022

Results Summary 2021

Results Summary 2020

Link to DFE performance tables