Public Exam Results 2017

The school would like to offer its congratulations to all of our A Level and BTEC students for another successful examination cycle. The class of 2017 achieved highly across the 24 A Level and BTEC subjects with the A*/B percentage improving to 61% and 81.8% Distinction*/Distinction in the BTEC Performing Arts.

A number of our students achieved very highly, most notably, Bethany Taylor who achieved A*, A*, A in English Literature, Film Studies and Drama and Theatre Studies, Aisling Lally, who achieved A*, A, A in English Literature, Drama and Theatre Studies and History; Hana Sommerville, who achieved A*, A, A in Psychology, Biology and Chemistry; Mariella Dykhoff who achieved A, A, A in Drama and Theatre Studies, English Literature and Film Studies; Clea Godsill who achieved A, A, A in French, History and Music; Emily Galvin, who achieved A*, A, B in Mathematics, Drama and Theatre Studies and Spanish and John Prowse who achieved A*, A, B in French, Drama and Theatre Studies and English Literature.

Students leaving us this year will be going to a variety of destinations at prestigious academic and vocational schools throughout the world. Daisy Kelly and Olivia Lallo have both been accepted onto the prestigious GSA Musical Theatre course at the University of Surrey. Kaine Ward has been accepted to Julliard in the USA. Matthew Russell, Henry Firth and Bessy Ewa have all gained places at Arts Educational School London. Anele Mahamba has successfully auditioned for a place at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Alexander Fadayiro will be going to Urdang. Isobel Clarke will be attending Durham University to read Physics, Liberty Abdey has gained a place to read Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of the Arts, London and Hana Sommerville will be reading Physiotherapy at Brunel University London. Parmis Khalili will be attending New York University in the USA. We wish all of our leavers the best of luck with their future endeavours and congratulate them on their achievements.

This year the entries at AS Level were reduced as for a number of subjects we chose not to take the AS Level examinations after switching to the new linear A Level system. We are however proud to report that 41.6% of our students achieved A-B at AS Level. 


Exam results will be sent to the students via the student portal at 10am on  results day.  If the desired results have not been achieved, the Principal, Mr Liddle, Mr Hawkins and some teaching staff will be available to discuss A2 University/Higher Education queries in the morning and AS queries between 1pm and 3pm on 17th August and GCSE results between 10am and 2pm on 24th August. IGCSE English Literature, English Language and ICT results will be released on Thursday 17th August.  Students are welcome to collect results on the morning of results day.  Please let Mrs Woodbridge know if results are being collected .  If an Enquiry About Results is being requested please see the Post Results Services form here.  Please note there are separate forms for A Level and GCSE.  The form needs to be completed and signed by the student and returned by the deadline date to .  GCSE Maths results will have the new 9-1 grades.  Please see this link for information .  If grade 3 or below was achieved then a resit will be required (or grade 4 for applications to some higher education courses).

GCSE Post-results services enquiry, consent and payment form 2017

A LEVEL Post-results services enquiry, consent and payment form 2017

GCSE Cumulative Percentages

Year No. of entries A* A* - A A* - B A* - C
2016 241 10.3 34.1 70.1 97.3
2015 390 13.1 39.5 63.1 84.6

National Comparisons

A* - C grades
Subject Number of entries % Pass National % Pass
ART & DESIGN 17 76.5 75.5
BIOLOGY 9 100.0 90.4
CHEMISTRY 12 66.7 90.2
DRAMA 18 100.0 72.8
ENGLISH 28 85.7 59.5
FRENCH 11 90.9 68.8
GEOGRAPHY 11 90.9 65.8
GERMAN 0 0 0
HISTORY 10 70.0 65.5
ICT 4 100.0 65.9
MATHEMATICS 27 88.9 61.5
MUSIC 10 100.0 74.3
PHYSICS 11 82.4 90.7
SCIENCE 24 75.0 52.7
SPANISH 4 100.0 70.1

A Level Cumulative Percentages

Year No. of Entries A* A*-A A* - B A* - C
2017 140 7.8 28.4 58.9 91.5
2016 137 13.9 32.8 56.2 81.8
2015 148 6.1 31.8 64.2 82.4

National Comparisons

A Levels A*-C Grades
Subject Number of entries % Pass National % Pass
ART & DESIGN 7 100.0 82.4
BIOLOGY 4 100.0 70.3
CHEMISTRY 2 100.0 68.7
DANCE 2 100.0 68.7
ENGLISH 23 95.7 80.6
FRENCH 3 100.0 84.6
FILM STUDIES 8 100.0 81.0
HISTORY 9 57.1 83.0
MATHEMATICS 6 100.0 80.0
MEDIA STUDIES 11 81.8 81.0
MUSIC 5 100.0 72.1
PHILOSOPHY 3 100.0 68.7
PHYSICS 2 100.0 69.2
PSYCHOLOGY 8 50.0 73.5
SPANISH 3 66.7 86.6

BTEC Performing Arts Cumulative Percentages

Year No. of entries Distinction* Distinction Merit Pass
2017 11 27.3 81.8 100.0 100.0
2016 4 25.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

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