The last three academic years have been a unique time in our history and the memories our students take with them will include the closure of non-essential shops, theatres, cinemas and restaurants; clapping for the NHS; wearing face coverings; twice weekly lateral flow and the disruption caused by their school being closed for extended periods of time as we battled the global pandemic.
We are delighted with the performance of our students who we shouldn’t forget sat their first external examinations this summer. They have developed the independence during their courses to learn remotely. They have faced their anxiety and waves of covid infections during the course of their final preparation year.
We have been incredibly impressed by their resilience, the support they have given each other and the powerful community they have created. Their hard work and motivation are a credit to them and their strength of character throughout these challenging times.
This year we have been told is a ‘transition year’ between 2021 (when assessment was done directly by schools and colleges) and 2019 (the last year exams took place). It does not mean that marking was harsher – the marking was conducted by exam boards in the usual way.
Sixth Form Results (Draft Sept 2022)
On an individual level:
Grades A/A* or equivalent
- 22% of students achieved at least 1 qualification at A/A*
- 15% of students achieved 2 qualifications at A/A*
- 15% of students achieved 3 qualifications at A/A*
- 7% of students achieved 4 qualifications at A/A*
- 22% of students achieved 3+ qualifications at Grade A/A* or equivalent
Grade C+ or equivalent
- 14% of students achieved at least 1 qualifications at Grade C+
- 13% of students achieved 2 qualifications at Grade C+
- 59% of students achieved 3 qualifications at Grade C+
- 11% of students achieved 4 qualifications at Grade C+
- 1% of students achieved 5 qualifications at Grade C+
- 71% of students achieved 3+ qualifications at Grade C+ or equivalent
GCSE Results (Draft Sept 2022)