Exam Results and Destinations
Student Guide to Awarding Summer 2021
The government has said that many exams and assessments cannot be held fairly this year as a result of the disruption students have faced due to the pandemic. Your teachers will instead submit grades to the exam boards, based on their assessment of what you have shown you know and can do, enabling you to progress to the next stage of your education, training, or employment. This guide outlines the arrangements in place for awarding grades in summer 2021, and where you can go for additional information.
We are absolutely delighted with the results from 2019. Our brilliant pupils achieved more Grade 8s and 9s, in more subjects, than ever before. In terms of attainment, 84% of pupils achieved at least a grade 4 (equivalent to the 'old' grade C) in English, 78% in Maths, 72% in both English and Maths, and 79% in Science. There were also amazing results in a wide range of subjects beyond English and Maths which have supported our pupils in securing places at local colleges, employment and prestigious apprenticeships.
|% of pupils attaining at least a Grade 4('old' Grade C) in English and Maths||71.8||56.6|
|% of pupils attaining at least a Grade 5 in English and Maths||36.5||29.0|
|% of pupils achieving at least the school's EBacc average point score||3.96||3.45|
|% entering further education or employment||94.9%|
Further details of our pupils' achievements, and indeed the achievements of any other mainted school's achievements, are available at the Department for Education's School Performance Tables website.