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KS5 Examination Results 2016
Another set of best ever results this year!
The percentage of A*B grades was sustained at 40%, while A*C was up eight points to 70% and A*E up from 95% to 99%.
Individual highlights included Sara Harb going to Mansfield College, Oxford to read history and Usama Yusuf receiving a highly sought scholarship from Credit Suisse to study history, politics and economics at UCL. Edward Miller, who achieved 10 A*s in his GCSEs at QK, is going to Kings’ College, Cambridge to read mathematics.
AS results showed a dramatic increase in outcomes. A*B up by 10% and A*C by 15%.
KS5 Examination Results 2015
|Average point score per A level||189.7||216.1|
|Average point score expressed as a grade||D+||C+|
Destinations data for this cohort (internally generated)
|College Level 3||9||6.5%|
|QK Level 3||15||10.9%|
KS4 Examination Results 2016
KS4 Examination Results 2015
- 55% of our students achieved 5 GCSEs including English and Mathematics, at C or above. This was a slight improvement on 2014.
- 23% of our students achieved the English Baccalaureate. All of our students have the opportunity to take this particular combination of subjects, many of our most able choose something different.
- 80% of our students achieved at least the minimum expected level of progress in English (as compared against 69% nationally).
- 64% of our students achieved at least the minimum expected level of progress in Mathematics (as compared against 66% nationally).