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Exam Results

The 2017 KS5 results are:

Academic Pathway

% of entries A*-B: 41
% of entries A*-E: 94

 

Applied General Pathway

% of entries D*-D: 80
% of entries D*-pass: 100

 

Additional results will be published as they become available.

Click here for the DFE Performance Tables

Some top performers at A-level and BTEC include:

  • Teju Patel achieved A* in Maths, A in Further Maths and B in Physics
  • Rupesh Shrestha achieved A* in Maths, A in Further Maths and B in Physics
  • Nadia Mensah Yeboah achieved A in English Literature, A in Philosophy & Ethics, B in Italian and C in History
  • Priya Tailor achieved A in Maths, B in Physics and C in History
  • Morayo Lasekan achieved A in Maths, B in Physics and B in Philosophy & Ethics
  • Keigo Nikuma achieved A in Maths, A in Psychology and B in Economics
  • Zakaria Yusuf achieved A* in Maths, A in Further Maths and B in Physics
  • Kevine Kabasele achieved Distinction* Distinction* Distinction* in Sport
  • Frank Kwakye achieved Distinction* Distinction* Distinction* in Sport and Distinction in Applied Science

 

Top Performers 2017

Please click on the links below for case studies on some of our top performing students.

Case study - Teju Patel & Rupesh Shreshtha

Case study - Nadia Mensah Yeboah

Case study - Frank Kwakye & Kevine Kabasele

Case study - Priya Tailor

 

Key Stage 5 Progress in English & Maths GCSE 2017

English and Maths English progress +0.56
  Maths progress (national = -0.13) +0.16

 

Additional Information

 

Academic Pathway

Progress students have made compared with students across England: -0.08

The average grade that students get at KS5: C-

Retention: 97%

Applied General Pathway

The progress students have made compared with students across England: +0.30

The average grade that students get at KS5: Distinction*

Retention: 80%

Destinations

 % of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study: 84 (this information is for 2015 Year 13 leavers).

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