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Upper School DFE Performance Table + 2018 Examination Results

To access Department for Education Performance Table Information please click here.  Please note that Performance Table Information relates to 2017 results.  2018 results are provisional at present, and these will be published once provisional tag has been removed.  Please note that 2018 results are much improved on previous year.

KS4 GCSE Results - 2018

All Progress scores are provisional)

Progress 8 Score (Provisional)  +0.7

Attainment 8 Score       5.3

EBacc APS                       5.09

EBacc APS English          5.64

EBacc APS Maths            5.39

EBacc APS Science         10.57

EBacc APS Humanities  4.52

EBacc APS Laguages      4.42

78% of students achieved grades 9-4 in English and Maths

57% of students achieved grades 9-5 in English and Maths

37% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (Grade 5+)

58% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (Grade 4+)

88%of students achieved grades 9-4 in English, with 74% achieved grades 9-5 and 35% achieving grades 9-7.  17 students achieved the grade 9, the equivalent to the highest A*s in the country.

80%of students achieved grades 9-4 in Maths with 63% achieved grades 9-5 and 35% achieving grades 9-7.  16 students achieved the grade 9, the equivalent to the highest A*s in the country.

90% of all Science exams were awarded grades 9-4, 76% achieved grades 9-5 with 32% awarded 9-7.  A total of 23 grade 9s (the equivalent to the highest A* in the country) were awarded across the sciences.

23% achieved 5 or more A*-A or 9-7grades!

10% achieved 8 or more A*-A or 9-7 grades!

26% of grades across all subjects were awarded 9-7 or A*-A grades!

7 students received 9-7 or A*-A for all their subjects

2 students, namely Jusufy Al Dijely and Ishaan Elahi, gained 10 grades at 9-8 or A*.  A fantastic achievement!

The school celebrates the achievement of all its students.  We are particularly proud that our disadvantaged students achieved above the National Average and within 1% of their non-disadvantaged peers for % grade 5 in English and Maths.  Other potentially vulnerable groups also performed particularly well and were above national expectations.

Destinations of students:

  • 247 students in total.
  • 133 have gone on to complete A Levels
  • 41 are studying BTEC First Diploma
  • 56 BTEC National Diploma
  • 3 are completing BTEC Introductory Course
  • 5 have entered on to Foundation Learning course
  • 1 is resitting GCSEs at College
  • 2 are completing NVQ Level 2 course. 
  • 1 is completing a CACHE – Certificate Course
  • 1 is completing a NVQ Level 1 Course.
  • 3 are completing Entry Level Course.
  • 1 ‘NEET’

KS5 Results

A Level Results 2018

(All progress and destination measures are provisional)


Level 3 Value Added (Provisional) +0.18

Level 3 Value Added (Provisional) Academic Qualifications +0.18

Level 2 English Average Progress: +1

Level 2 Maths Average Progress: -0.18


The A Level pass rate is 99.2%

56% of entries were awarded A*-B

85% of entries were awarded A*-C

Average Overall APS per entry: 33.62

Average Overall Grade: C+

Average Overall APS per student: 114.04

Average A Level APS per entry: 34.18

Average A Level Grade: C+

Average A Level APS per student: 119.16

Average Applied General APS per entry: 25.34

Average Applied General Grade: Merit

Average Applied General APS per student: 81.05

Best 3 A Levels APS per entry: 36.7

Best 3 A Levels Average Grade: B-

17.9% students AAB in facilitating subjects

50% students achieved Level 3 Maths Qualification

8 students successfully secured A*/A for all their qualifications.

A huge congratulations to all our students, however there was stand out performances from Bahram Keshtmand and Preet Patel, who both secured 3 and 2 A* respectively amongst their results.  Well done!


Retained and Assessed: 96%


Cohort Size: 95

  • 82 students took up places at University.
  • 2 declined UCAS offers and are completing resits in 2018-19.
  • 1 has taken gap year before applying for Medicine.
  • 1 applying for Medicine (study abroad programme).
  • 1 married and moved away.
  • 5 entered on to apprenticeships.
  • 3 students repeated year 13 in 2018-19 due to exceptional circumstances.