Exam success

The Class of 2020 received their exam results twice during unprecedented times.

 

 

2019-20 GCSE results

96%

of all GCSE entries graded 7, 8 or 9
(A* equivalent)

59%

Grade 9

84%

Grade 8 or 9

Our 2019-20 GCSE results:

  • 96% graded A or A* (or numerical equivalent of 7, 8, or 9)
  • 84% of all entries graded A* (or new numerical equivalent of 8 or 9)
  • 54% of of GCSEs were marked with a 9

 

Year% A/A*
202096% (or grade 7-9)
201990% (or grade 7-9)
201892.2%
201787.7%
201688.4%

2019-20 Year 13 results

86%

of all exam entries awarded
an A* or A at A level (or Pre-U equivalent)

56%

of all grades awarded A* (or Pre-U equivalent)

25

Number of pupils placed at Oxbridge

Our 2019-20 Year 13 results:

  • 86% of all grades awarded A* or A (or Pre-U equivalent)
  • 56% of all exam entries awarded an A* at A level (or Pre-U equivalent)
  • 87% of pupils have been placed at their first-choice university
  • 14 pupils gained places to study medicine/dentistry/veterinary medicine
  • 25 pupils were placed at Oxbridge
Year% A/A*
202086%
201976%
201875.8%
201771.7%
201661.6%

Head Adam Pettitt, on exam results 2020:

“I’m hugely relieved that the algorithm-based results were withdrawn as that means that the worst injustices have been corrected […] it was staggering bureaucratic insensitivity to visit these unexpected and unwarranted grades on anyone, especially the least advantaged young people in the nation’s schools. It could have turned the clock back on social mobility for a generation.”

Read more in Mr Pettitt’s blog:

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