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Exam & Key Stage Results

GCSE Results



English and maths to standard pass level*


Attainment 8 Score**


Progress 8 Score


Ebacc (4 – 9)


Ebacc (5-9)


% 7-9, A or A*



A Level Results




Average point score per entry










Results in 2021 and 2022 are not comparable with previous years due the cancellation of public exams.

1 This figure is equivalent to a B.


The school is celebrating outstanding results once again:

James Church, Will Fountain, Marco Guglielmucci achieved 11 highest grades; Bianca Acatrinei, Temi Akintaylo, Yash Amin, Sophie Buck, Billy Draper, Edie Lawn, George McGeough, Sinnit Michael, Emily Snell, Mia Street, Sydney Walker, Isabella Wright, Ruby Wright achieved 10 highest grades; Mae Carter, Jeevraj Dhillon, Georgie Everett, Ashbal Mahar, Abigail Mehmet, Rio Rajapakse, Alexander Sammarco achieved 9 highest grades; Cassidy Brade, Alina Edwards, Dylan Hosgood, Zara Hussein, Alicia Knightley, Ngabo Maninga, Ksanet Michael, Fresia Radzi-Goldsmith, Anabelle Williams, Jayden Yusuf achieved 8 highest Grades. We were delighted with these excellent results which are a tribute to the pupils’ hard work, excellent teaching and the support of parents.

 At A Level students with an impressive array of top grades (all A*/A) included: 

Abby Stevens (2A*,1A), Alexander Garcia (3A*), Angelo Sparacino (3A*,1A), Betty Landowski Spray (2A*, 1A), Calvin Davidson (1A*, 1A, 1B), Declan Pedlar (1A*, 1A, 1B), Elena Davies (1A*, 2A), Ellie Downes (1A*, 2A), Emily Norman (3A*), Eray Baykal (3A*), Ethan Hammond (2A*, 1A), Giuliana Saudella (1A*, 1A, 1B), India Jarman-Tew (2A*, 1A), Jack Smith (1A*, 1A, 1B), Jay Wharton (3A’s), Jemma McDonald (1A*, 2A) Joshan Hassan (1A*, 1A, 1B), Kayleigh Kavanagh (1A*, 2A), Matthew Lucas-Cooke (1A*, 1A, 1B) Molly Hindley (3A*), Neve Salter (1A*, 1A, 1B), Preeya Harte (4A*), Rohann Alexander (1A*, 1A, 1B) Rory Collins (1A*, 1A, 1B), Sophie Smith (1A*, 2A), Sude Tek (1A*, 1A), Willow Gregson (2A*, 2A), Amy Wilson (1A*, 1A, 1B).

These excellent A-level results have enabled many of our students to enter top Russell Group universities including Oxbridge and competitive courses such as medicine.

Please click on this link for access to the Department of Education performance tables

Exam Timetable 2023

Please find below details regarding GCSE and A Levels exams 2023

Summer 2023 Public Exam Dates
GCSE Written Exam Window:
Monday 15th May to Wednesday 21st June 2023
A level Written Exam Window:
Monday 15th May to Tuesday 27th June 2023
Contingency Dates:
Thursday 8th June 2023 – pm
Thursday 15th June 2023 – pm
Wednesday 28th June 2023 – All Day
All students must be available for the above dates in case of a national or significant local disruption to exams in the UK.
Results Days:
A level – Thursday 17th August
GCSE – Thursday 24th August