A Level Results 2018

Success at CRGS

Congratulations to all our A Level students!  We are immensely proud and delighted with the excellent academic achievements of our students.

Overall, 8% of all grades were awarded at A*, 30% A*-A, 61% A*-B and 84% of grades were awarded A*-C. These results are truly a reflection of the hard work and commitment of every single one of our students and their teachers.

118 students gained 3 or more A Levels at A*-B, and 208 students gained 3 or more A Levels at A*-C, which indicate their excellent achievement. We were delighted to report their successes here.

We wish all our students every success in their future careers. Our talented staff have worked incredibly hard to support the students and deserve the highest praise.

Please click the link below, to download a document that provides further details of the A Level results in Summer 2018.

A Level Results 2018

A Level Performance Measures

Summer 2018 Examinations (validated data):

Our progress score for A Levels is 0.06, and for academic qualifications it is 0.06. This means that, on average, our students exceeded their A Level target 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.

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Summer 2017 Examinations (validated data)

Our progress score for A Levels and academic qualifications is 0.00. This means that, on average, our students met their targets.

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

21.6% of our A Level students achieved three A Levels at grades AAB or higher, with two in facilitating subjects.

English performance measure: 1.00

Mathematics performance measure: 1.00

This means that all of our students leave the school with a grade C or above in English and Mathematics GCSE.

Student retention is excellent: 99.0% of our students complete their study programme (A Levels) with us.

Over 94% 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%. Some of our students undertake a Gap Year before continuing on to Higher Education or employment.

To access the full School and College Performance Tables 2017, please click here.