Examination Results 2021

Headline Performance

2021 examination results represent another successful performance in terms of grades achieved at both GCSE and A Level. In difficult circumstances due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are really pleased with the outcomes our students achieved.

 

 

KS4
Pupils achieving a standard GCSE pass or above in both English and mathematics 92%
Pupils achieving a strong GCSE pass or above in both English and mathematics 76%
Pupils entering the EBacc 69%
Pupils achieving the EBacc (with at least standard pass grades) 65%
Pupils achieving the EBacc (with at least strong pass grades) 52%
GCSE average attainment 8 score 63.7
GCSE Progress 8 Score Not published in 2021
Pupil destinations (2021 cohort) Sixth Form 72.4%

College 23.7%

Apprenticeship 1.6%

Scholarship 1.6%

TBC 0.7%

KS5
A Level grades at A*-A 49%
A Level grades at A*-B 73%
Students with A Level grades AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects 32%
Average Grade at A Level B+
A Level Value Added Not published in 2021
Progress in English and mathematics Not published in 2021
Average Grade in Technical Level Qualifications Distinction+
Student destinations (2021 cohort) TBC
Post-16 Retention Rate 97%
Student destinations (2021 cohort) University 69% (of which 46% Russell Group)

Degree Apprenticeship 1%

College 3%

Employment 11%

Gap Year 16%

Previous Examination Results

We are immensely proud of the academic success of our students who consistently achieve very strong outcomes in examinations. A Level attainment is consistently above average and at GCSE our pupils achieve outcomes and progress well above the national average, particularly for boys.

For detailed information on examination results for 2019, when progress scores were last published, please click on the link below.

2019 Examination Results

For a summary our examination results over the last few years please see the downloads at the bottom of the page.

The Performance of Disadvantaged Pupils

GCSE:

Whilst we still have more work to do in closing the gap for our boys from more disadvantaged backgrounds, many of our students from less affluent backgrounds make strong progress and attain at the same level or higher, on average, as other pupils nationally.

A Level:

Whilst the progress of disadvantaged students remains a focus in the Sixth Form, in both 2018 and 2019 the average Value Added for disadvantaged students was +0.3. This indicates that on average they made more progress than their peers. No national progress data will be published for 2020 or 2021.

Performance Tables

The 2020 and 2021 examination results will not be published in DfE Performance Tables due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Our A Level results from all previous years and GCSE results from 2016 and 2019 can be viewed in the Performance Tables. However, please note our GCSE examination results from 2017 and 2018 are not reflected in the Performance Tables. The reason for this is that IGCSE English results ceased being included in Performance Tables from 2017. For more information please click on the link below.