Examination Results

Click here for the link to the performance tables on the Department for Education website. 2015 information is the most recently published.

Tables for GCSE (KS4) will be published in January 2017 and A level (KS5) in March 2017. The 2016 information given below is internally generated and yet to be officially verified.

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%.

The full story on our 2016 A level results is here. Great stories from local newspapers to be found at West End Extra and Ham&High.

KS5 Examination Results 2015

Category QK National
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)

Abroad 1 0.7%
College Level 3 9 6.5%
Gap Year 7 5.1%
QK Level 3 15 10.9%
University 94 68.1%
Unknown 4 2.9%
Work 8 5.8%

More details on the success in 2015 and also 2014 can be found through these links.

KS4 Examination Results 2016

Overall English/Maths – up 7% to 65%
Five A*-C (including English and maths) – up 7% to 61%
Value added, average grade also significantly up.
Year 10 GCSE results showed an improvement in a wide range of subjects on 2015.

Have a look at the video of GCSE results day here. More coverage here.

KS4 Examination Results 2015

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  • 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).