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Exam Results

Key Stage 4 -2022-23 PERFORMANCE DATA

  • Attainment 8 score 49.6 (Local Authority average 41.7, England average 46.2)
  • Progress 8 score -0.29 (Local Authority average -0.44, England average -0.03)
  • Percentage of pupils achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths 54% (Local Authority average 37%, England average 45%)
  • Percentage of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) 54% (Local Authority average 34%, England average 39%)
  • Percentage of pupils staying in education or employment after Key Stage 4 (2021) 96% (Local Authority average 92%, England average 94%)

DfE School Performance Website


Please click on the following document to view GCSE results from 2017-2022:

GCSE Results 2017-2022

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should now make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.


  • Progress: Please note that the DfE have stated that they will not be releasing progress data (Level 3 Value Added) for 2023 Key Stage 5 results as these measures would be based on prior attainment data from 2021 (GCSE grades awarded via Teacher Assessed Grades during the pandemic). 
  • Attainment: Average grade = C+ 
  • Destinations: in 2023 82% of our students progressed to degree level study, with 37% of those to Russell Group universities (as compared to just 20% of students nationally), 7 students to Medicine/Dentistry degrees and 4 students are off to Oxbridge. 98% of the cohort are now in full-time study or employment.

 DfE School Performance Website


A Level and Applied General Results 2023

A Level & BTEC Results Summary 2022

The Sixth Form is ambitious for all, fostering ambitious choices through one-to-one tutorials and the Honours Programme, with students building the knowledge and skills to progress to the most prestigious universities. 86% progressed to degree level study, over a third to Russell Group institutions (36% of students and 43% of those going to university in 2022).  In the 2022 UCAS cycle, 15 students went on to highly competitive university courses (Oxbridge 7 students, [4 Cambridge, 3 Oxford – the joint highest figure in recent years], Durham, the best London universities, Medicine, Dentistry, Music Conservatoires).