After a challenging two years due to the pandemic, we are very proud of our students and their individual achievements.

Headline Measure

Summer 2 2020/2021

Summer 2 2019/2020 Summer 2 2018/2019

ALPs School T-Score

Grade 2

Grade 2 Grade 2
% 3+ A*-B 50% 45% 38%

% 3+ A*-C

72%

76% 75%
% 3+ A*-D 89% 94% 90%

% 3+ A*-E

99%

97% 93%

Average A Level grade

Grade B

Grade B Grade B

 

‘A’ Level Results by Subject 2021

  No.

A*-D

A*-C

A*-B

Art 2

100%

100%

100%

Biology 19

95%

84%

68%

Chemistry 20

100%

90%

65%

Economics 22

100%

86%

68%

English Literature 24

100%

92%

50%

Further Maths 10 80% 70% 70%
French 6

100%

83%

67%

Geography 5

80%

60%

60%

Goverment and Politics 20 95% 90% 60%
History 23

96%

83%

61%

Maths 43

81%

74%

56%

Music 3

67%

67%

33%

PE 1

100%

100%

100%

Photography 2 100% 100% 50%
Physics 19

95%

79%

53%

Psychology 22

100%

100%

82%

Religious Studies 12 100% 100% 83%
Sociology 25

100%

96%

48%
         
BTEC   

Attain

>=MPP

Attain

>=DMM

Attain

>=D*DD

Applied Science 20 100% 60% 45%
Business Studies 29 100% 100% 90%

University Life Begins

We are incredibly proud that these strong outcomes have enabled so many students to go to a top university this year.  One student that particularly shone was Shukri Lloyd, who gained A*A*AA to study law at Cambridge University. Similarly, Ariana Bura achieved an incredible A*A*A* to read liberal arts at Durham University.  Five students left us to study at Exeter university including Leny Ruban with an impressive D*D*D in BTEC business. Mahdi Mushattat’s impressive A*A*A*A earned him a place at Bristol to study maths and Apurva Manoj achieved D*D*D* in business to enable her to study at Nottingham University. Five students accepted places at UCL (including Ubaid Nasir with A*A*A*A* who went to study physics). Six students joined Warwick University including Mariam Momen Khalaf-Nasr Torres who scored A*A*A* to gain a place to study history and politics. Our BTEC scientists were also incredibly impressive – for example Rozal Rasul achieved D*D*D* to study biochemistry at Southampton University.