A Level Results 2020

We are delighted with the exceptional grades awarded to our students for their A Levels this year.  71.5% of grades were awarded at A*-B.

A Level Results 2020

A Level Results 2019

A Level Results 2019

Performance Measures for 2019 A Level Examinations

Our progress score for A Levels is 0.02 and for academic qualifications it is 0.03. This means that, on average, our students met or exceeded their A Level target grades. The DfE categorises this as average progress, meaning students broadly achieve expected grades.

B (38.57 points) is the average grade that our students achieve at Key Stage 5 (KS5).  The Lancashire average is B- (35.12 points) and the national average is C+ (34.01 points).

22.3% of our A Level students achieved three A Levels at grades AAB or higher, with two in facilitating subjects. The Lancashire average is 15.1% and the national average is 16.5%.

All of our students left the school with a grade C or above in English and Mathematics GCSE.  English performance measure: 0.00 (no students were required to re-take either GCSE Maths or English).

Student retention on their study programmes is excellent: in 2018, 96.3% of our students completed their study programme and took their examinations (A Levels) with us.  This is higher than the England national average and the local authority average which are 92.5% and 92.3% respectively. 2019 retention data will be available soon.

Over 95% of our students proceed immediately into education, training or employment at the end of Key Stage 5. The Lancashire average is 90% and the national average is 89%. The overwhelming majority proceed to Higher Education.  Some of our students undertake a Gap Year before continuing on to Higher Education or employment.  Our students have again proceeded to a wide range of destinations.

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Summer 2018 Examinations (validated data):

A Level Results 2018

Our progress score for A Levels is 0.06, and for academic qualifications it is 0.06. This means that, on average, our students met or exceeded their A Level target grades. The DfE categorises this as average progress, meaning students broadly achieve their expected grades.

B- (37.26 points) is the average grade that our students achieve at Key Stage 5 (KS5).  The Lancashire average is B- (35.16 points) and the national average is C+ (33.66 points).

19.1% of our A Level students achieved three A Levels at grades AAB or higher, with two in facilitating subjects. The Lancashire average is 15.4% and the national average is 16.2%.

All of our students left the school with a grade C or above in English and Mathematics GCSE.  English performance measure: 0.00 (no students were required to re-take GCSE English). Mathematics performance measure: 1.00 (1 student was required to re-take GCSE Maths and improved their result by 1 GCSE grade).

Student retention on their study programmes is excellent: 96.3% of our students complete their study programme and take their examinations (A Levels) with us.  This is higher than the England national average and the local authority average which are 92.5% and 92.3% respectively.

Over 95% of our students proceed immediately into education, training or employment at the end of Key Stage 5. The Lancashire average is 90% and the national average is 89%. The overwhelming majority proceed to Higher Education.  Some of our students undertake a Gap Year before continuing on to Higher Education or employment.  Our students have again proceeded to a wide range of destinations.

To access the full School and College Performance Tables 2018, please click here.