A Level Exam Results
The 2016 A Level and AS Level results will be published on the 18th August 2016. Students can collect results from school at the following times:-
A Level results will be available from 7am
AS Level Results will be available from 8am
If you are unable to collect your results in person on the day you can provide our Exams Office with a stamped addressed envelope and the results will be posted on results day.
If you wish to nominate someone to collect your results, your nominee must bring an original letter signed by yourself stating who you have nominated. We cannot accept email or text message requests the document must have an original signature. Your nominee must bring some form of photographic ID, e.g. passport or driving licence as proof of identity for your results to be released.
We cannot issue results via text message, email or telephone.
Our Oxbridge candidates secured places to read Physics, English and Politics, Philosophy and Ethics. Congratulations go to:
Alistair Mowbray – Worcester College, Oxford – Physics
Chloe Youle – Trinity College, Cambridge – English
Jacob Haddad – Emmanuel College Cambridge – English
Sian Harris -St Catherine’s college, Oxford – Philosophy, Politics and Economics
A larger cohort of 200 students improved on achievement in terms of 3 or more grade A results. Half of the results achieved were Grade B or higher.
Average Point per Student: 630
Average Point per Entry: 213
% of students achieving A*- B 50%
ALPS Score: Our 3 Year trend defines us as ‘Excellent’
We had some excellent feedback from the moderators. The A Level moderator commenting on Film Studies wrote: ‘Thank you for your moderation sample which was impressive and a pleasure to view.’
‘Candidate 8163 edited an absolutely stunning short film: the editing creates powerful subjective positioning and creates tense atmosphere throughout. It is hoped that this film has been entered into the WJEC Moving Image Awards 2015.’
‘All of the creative work was really excellent. The creative work of the centre is something to be really proud of.’