Public Exam Results 

 

A Level 2020

The Principal of Tring Park School for the Performing Arts in Hertfordshire has today announced A Level results which he says are “now a true reflection of students hard and dedication. I am relieved that the Centre Assessed Grades are now being used.”

Stefan Anderson goes on to say that he has “huge admiration for the students, who completed their full timetable remotely, despite the challenges of lockdown. Our students have coped admirably with an uncertain and upsetting time. We are exceptionally proud of what the students have achieved and of their positivity in the face of adversity.”

The class of 2020 have had an exam year like no other in the school’s history. Students leaving Tring Park this year will be going to a variety of destinations at prestigious academic and vocational schools throughout the world, including, Poppy Wager Leigh, who will be reading Geography at Cambridge Rosalie Roger-Lacan has been accepted to NYU. Oliver Williams who has been accepted to ICMP for Popular Music Performance – Drums, Louis Swanepoel, who will be reading Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol and Montana Ingrassia Hancock, who will be reading English with Creative Writing at Loughborough. Congratulations to  some of the class of 2019 who will be going to university next year including Mia Rose, who also has a place to read Bio-medical Studies at UCL, Sorcha Kahn, who will be reading History at Cambridge, Olivia Foskett, who will be reading English Literature at Manchester in 2021.  

Head of Sixth Form Edward Hawkins said: "Students in 2020 have not only had the school’s usual challenge of a dual curriculum, as they have to manage their performing arts training alongside their academic work, but also the unprecedented circumstance of a global pandemic. Their resilience and positivity has impressed and moved the teaching staff in equal measure, and we are so very proud of them. I would also like to pay tribute to the teaching staff themselves, who went above and beyond this year to ensure that the experience for these students was as fulfilling as it could be, despite the circumstances.”

GCSE 2020

Following the government announcement that Centre Assessed Grades will be used for this year’s GCSE cohort Tring Park School would like to congratulate our pupils on the results they have received.

The Principal, Stefan Anderson, said: “I am proud of our pupils’ GCSE results. They have had to cope with an unprecedented situation and I have been impressed by the resilience they have shown throughout this time. Following the cancellation of the exams we have been working with the pupils to prepare them for the transition to Sixth Form life. The pupils and staff have shown great adaptability adjusting to this change.”

Some notable performances include: Charlotte Andrews, who received six 9s, two 8s, two A*s and one A; Charlotte Beck Johnsonwho achieved two 9s, two 8s, four 7s, one 6 one A and one B; Charlotte Douglas, who achieved one 9, two 8s three 7s and two As; Tally Galtos, who received four 9s, one 8, three 7s, one A and one A*; William Henderson, who received three 9s, two 7s one A* and one A; Evie Jackson, who achieved three 9s, one 8, three 7s and two A*s; Bella Martin, who achieved four 9s, two 8s, two 7s and two A*s; Finley McConnell who received two 9s, four 8s, one 7, one A* and one A; Leonardo McCorkindale, who achieved one 9, two 8s, five 7s, one A* and one A; Lara Middleton, who achieved three 9s, four 8s, one seven and two A*s; Anna Spencer, who achieved two 9s one 8, five 7s, one A* and two As; Joshua Sullivan, who achieved one 9, five 8s, two 7s, one A* and two As; and Georgiana Wainwright-Jones, who achieved three 9s, two 8s four 7s and two A*s . We have only named a few pupils this year, but we are exceptionally proud of what all of them have achieved. 

Head of Middle School, Dr Sarah Coren, commented: “The 5th Form this year were one of the most academic that we have had for a while and I am delighted that they have achieved the grades that their hard work deserves. We are proud of how well they have managed the challenges of a dual curriculum and a global pandemic, staying focused to complete their courses and prepare for 6th form. I think special mention should go to their teachers and support staff, who have been dedicated and creative in continuing their education remotely throughout lockdown.”

See below for exam data. You can see an overview of results and a subject break-down for 2019 and 2020.

A Level

             

 

Year

No. of entries

A* %

A*-A %

A* - B %

A* - C %

   

 

2020

171

15.2

45.6

73.7

94.2

   

 

2019

176

5.1

26.1

59.1

86.4

   

 

2018

121

4.1

24.8

54.5

84.3

   

 

2017

141

7.8

29.1

61.7

91.5

   

 

2016

137

13.9

32.8

56.2

81.8

   

 

               

 

GCSE (9-1)

             

 

Year

No. of entries

9 %

9-8 %

9-7 %

9-6 %

9-5 %

9-4 %

 

2020

366

13.1

27.6

50.8

72.1

86.6

97.8

 

2019

340

4.4

15.0

32.4

51.5

71.2

83.8

 

2018

171

11.7

28.1

41.5

62.6

78.9

90.6

 

2017

42

0.0

11.9

26.2

40.5

71.4

90.5

 

               

 

GCSE

(A*-G)

             

 

Year

No. of entries

A* %

A*-A %

A* - B%

A* - C %

   

 

2020

104

18.3

47.1

75.0

100.0

   

 

2019

111

10.8

33.3

73.0

97.3

   

 

2018

176

18.8

35.2

65.9

86.4

   

 

2017

393

18.8

42.7

69.5

84.5

   

 

2016

260

10.0

33.8

70.0

87.7

   

 

A Level 2020

           

Subject

A* %

A* - A %

A*-B %

A*-C %

   

Art and Design

0.0

0.0

50.0

100.0

   

Biology

30.0

50.0

90.0

100.0

   

Business

0.0

18.2

45.5

90.9

   

Chemistry

28.6

57.1

71.4

100.0

   

Dance

25.0

75.0

87.5

100.0

   

Drama and Theatre Studies

11.5

57.7

92.3

96.2

   

English Literature

15.8

36.8

84.2

100.0

   

French

0.0

50.0

50.0

100.0

   

Film Studies

5.9

29.4

58.8

94.1

   

Further Mathematics

No entries

No entries

No entries

No entries

   

Geography

40.0

80.0

100.0

100.0

   

History

12.5

37.5

62.5

87.5

   

Mathematics

28.6

100.0

100.0

100.0

   

Music

0.0

50.0

100.0

100.0

   

Music Technology

0.0

20.0

60.0

80.0

   

Philosophy

0.0

50.0

66.7

83.3

   

Photography

0.0

12.5

50.0

87.5

   

Physics

50.0

50.0

50.0

100.0

   

Psychology

13.3

33.3

46.7

80.0

   

Spanish

25.0

75.0

100.0

100.0

   
             

A level 2019 Data

           

Subject

School A*-B

National A*-B

School A*-C

National A*-C

   

Art and Design

25.0

60.3

87.5

84.7

   

Biology

44.4

45

100.0

67.3

   

Business

16.7

43.8

100.0

73.8

   

Chemistry

33.3

52.3

100.0

72.2

   

Dance

85.7

Not published

85.7

Not published

   

Drama and Theatre Studies

80.6

51.6

93.5

81.7

   

English Literature

73.9

53

95.7

80.2

   

French

75.0

44.6

100.0

80

   

Film Studies

50.0

67.3

72.2

85.1

   

Further Mathematics

100.0

73.7

100.0

86.6

   

Geography

75.0

53.2

75.0

79.6

   

German

0.0

65.8

100.0

84.8

   

History

26.7

54

73.3

81

   

Mathematics

66.7

59.1

83.3

75.6

   

Music

75.0

46.3

100.0

73.3

   

Music Technology

20.0

46.3

20.0

73.3

   

Philosophy

0.0

50.5

0.0

76.7

   

Photography

42.9

60.3

71.4

84.7

   

Psychology

69.2

43.1

84.6

71

   

Spanish

50.0

64.4

50.0

85.2

   

Textiles

40.0

60.3

60.0

84.7

   

 

 

 

 

 

   

All

56.8

51.6

84.1

75.8

   
             

GCSE 2020

           

Subject

Grade 9 %

9 - 8 %

9 - 7 %

9 - 6 %

9 - 5 %

9 - 4 %

ART

6.7

23.3

43.3

66.7

76.7

93.3

BIOLOGY

25.0

50.0

90.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

CHEMISTRY

20.0

30.0

85.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

DRAMA

19.5

39.0

65.9

90.2

97.6

100.0

DOUBLE SCIENCE

0.0

4.3

26.1

60.9

82.6

97.8

FRENCH

8.3

25.0

37.5

45.8

83.3

87.5

GEOGRAPHY

25.0

55.0

60.0

90.0

90.0

100.0

HISTORY

16.1

25.8

45.2

54.8

71.0

100.0

MATHEMATICS

5.9

15.7

33.3

52.9

78.4

96.1

MUSIC

20.0

40.0

60.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

PHYSICS

5.0

20.0

70.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

26.9

42.3

53.8

73.1

92.3

100.0

SINGLE SCIENCE

0.0

0.0

0.0

16.7

66.7

100.0

SPANISH

5.9

23.5

52.9

70.6

82.4

100.0

             

Subject

A* %

A*-A %

A* - B %

A* - C %

   

ICT

11.1

55.6

66.7

100.0

   

English Language

8.5

38.3

76.6

100.0

   

English Literature

29.2

54.2

75.0

100.0

   
             

GCSE 2019

           

Subject

Grade 9 %

9 - 8 %

9 - 7 %

9 - 6 %

9 - 5 %

9 - 4 %

ART

0.0

0.0

16.7

40.0

60.0

83.3

BIOLOGY

33.3

66.7

75.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

CHEMISTRY

0.0

36.4

72.7

81.8

100.0

100.0

DRAMA

10.9

26.1

41.3

73.9

95.7

97.8

DOUBLE SCIENCE

0.0

7.1

19.6

35.7

50.0

64.3

FRENCH

0.0

0.0

5.0

25.0

45.0

70.0

GEOGRAPHY

5.9

35.3

64.7

76.5

82.4

88.2

HISTORY

3.7

14.8

37.0

40.7

66.7

74.1

MATHEMATICS

0.0

8.0

24.0

52.0

78.0

94.0

MUSIC

0.0

12.5

37.5

87.5

100.0

100.0

PHYSICS

9.1

27.3

63.6

81.8

90.9

100.0

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

0.0

6.7

20.0

33.3

70.0

90.0

SINGLE SCIENCE

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

22.2

SPANISH

16.7

16.7

41.7

50.0

75.0

91.7

             

Subject

A* %

A*-A %

A* - B %

A* - C %

   

ICT

0.0

33.3

66.7

100.0

   

English Language

4.2

22.9

72.9

100.0

   

English Literature

21.3

44.7

74.5

93.6

   
                             

 

 

 

 

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