A Level Results 2018

A Level Grades

93% are at A* - B grade – amongst our best ever.

Two thirds of A level entries are at A* or A grade with almost one quarter at A*.

24% A*
43.2% A
26.4% B
4.8% C
1.6% D

A Level Results 2017

A Level Grades

92% of the 2017 leavers achieved A*-B at A Level.

Almost two thirds of students achieve A*- A grades at A Level in 2017.

13.4% A*
19.4% A
14.6% B
2.9% C
1.2% D

GCSE Results 2017

GCSE Grades

Over 63% received A* at GCSE in 2017.

41.2% A*
20.3% A
4.1% B
0.7% C

Leavers' Destinations

Given the academic achievement and intellectual ambition of our students, it is no surprise that most go on to the best universities in the world.

Our world class universities programme provides bespoke support to each and every student. There are professional training sessions for Oxford, Cambridge, Medicine and Law and a dedicated US Universities Coordinator supports students whose USA destinations have included, Stanford, Yale, Middlebury and University of Southern California, among others.

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Leavers' Destinations 2017

University Course
Birmingham Biological Sciences with professional placement
Bristol Anthropology with Innovation

Economics and Politics

Geophysics with study abroad




Politics and International Relations


Cardiff University Geology


Central Saint Martins Art Foundation
Durham Accounting and Finance


Biological Sciences

Chinese Studies (with year abroad)


English Literature and History


Modern Languages and Cultures (with year abroad)

Natural Sciences

Philosophy, Politics and Economics

Theology and Religion

Edinburgh Economics

Economics and Economic History

Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

English Language and Literature

English Literature


History and History of Art

History of Art



Sociology and Politics


Elon, North Carolina, USA Liberal Arts
Exeter English


History with study abroad

Politics and International Relations x2

Haverford College, USA Liberal Arts
King’s College London German and Spanish (with year abroad)


Leeds English and Philosophy

International Relations


Liverpool Music
London School of Economics Economics
Loughborough University Psychology with Criminology

User-centred Design

Manchester Materials Science and Engineering


Politics and Modern History

Newcastle Geography

Marine Biology and Oceanography


Nottingham Architecture

Civil Engineering including an industrial year

Oxford Biochemistry

Classical Archaeology and Ancient History




Saint Andrews Mathematics and Spanish
Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands International Human Resources
Surrey Computer Science
Sussex Psychology
University College London Social Sciences
University of East Anglia Politics and Economics
University of South Wales Medical Sciences
University of Valencia, Spain Dentistry
University of Westminster Real Estate
University of Southern California, USA Liberal Arts
Warwick English Literature

Hispanic Studies and Linguistics

Liberal Arts

Modern Languages

York Politics with International Relations
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