Examination Results 2015
I am once again delighted for all our students who have achieved examination success in the summer 2015 exam season. The exams system continues to be subject to change and our students have achieved very well at all levels this year.
Their successes are a credit to their hard work and the work and support of their teachers.
I would also like to thank parents for their continued support for our students. It was lovely to see so many of them on the results days and I thank you for your kind comments about the school and the teaching and support given to our girls.
At A Level the percentage of A* and A grades was 32% and an increase of nearly 4% from 2014.
63% of our students attained grades A*, A or B and 82% of the A level grades were A* to C.
The average points score per student is 666.8.
At A-C there has been an increase of 7% to 75%. 52% of students achieved A-B grades – an increase of over 5%. 94% of all entries were A-E passes – an increase of 4% from 2014. The average point score per student for AS has increased to 375.6.
90% of our Year 11 students gained 5 A*-C grades in their GCSE’s this summer.
85% of students gaining 5 A*-C including English and Mathematics, a small increase on last year’s figure. In the performance tables last year, this measure was reported at
75% as the DfE counted early entry to examinations. This year the figure which will be reported is 85% showing a 10% increase in this measure.
44% of the grades were at A* and A and 71% were A* to B grades.
100% of students achieved 5 or more A*-G grades.
These results are as of 1 September 2015 and are subject to change as re-marks and reviews are not included in these figures. Updates will appear on our website and the final figures will be confirmed in November when published by the Department for Education in Raise Online.