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A Level Results – 2019

We are delighted to announce that this year has been the most successful since 2012

We are delighted to announce that this year has been the most successful since 2012. We have seen a significant improvement in the headline figures, and with more than three-quarters of exam grades graded at A* or A, this places us amongst the leading schools.

Cumulative Percentages 

Result 

A* 

A 

B 

C 

D 

E 

2019 

33

76

91

98

99

100 

2018 

29 

70

92

98

99

99


Our pupils have excelled: 8 (7) boys achieved 4 A* grades; 20 (15) boys achieved 3 A* grades or more and 38 (38) boys achieved 2 A* grades or more. A further 79 (69) boys secured at least 1 A* grade – 56% of the year group. 83 boys, making up 59% (46%) of the year group attained exclusively A* or A grades.  There were some outstanding performances from many academic departments. 10 (8) departments achieved higher than 80% A*/A grades. History (93%) and Computer Science (90%) deserve commendation, as do the Maths Department for doing so well – 96% A*/A for Further Maths; 81% A*/A for Maths - with a significantly larger cohort of students. We also expect these percentages to improve yet further, through the review of marking process. The vast majority of our leavers have progressed to the courses and universities they wished. We pay tribute to the boys for their immense dedication and also highlight the excellent support and guidance in the application process they received from our teaching staff.

8 candidates achieved 4 A* grades:

Ritwik Banerjee, Adam Broomhead, Paul Eid, Oskar Ford, Ashutosh Khatri, Kailen Patel, Joseph Qureshi, Sahil Sindhi

13 candidates achieved 3 A* grades:

Kishan Amin, Thomas Bailey, Isaac Bettridge, Harrison Clark, Jack Davey, Matthew Hine, Patrick Keener, Dong Ha Lee, Kabir Mandair, Oliver McNaughton, Jibran Raja, Pranav Samani, Mitul Satra

In addition to their GCE/Pre-U examinations, 12 boys undertook an EPQ project and achieved 6 A*s, 4As and 2Bs