A Level Results 2016

44% of A Level pupils achieved A* or A grades.

69% of A Level results were A*-B grade.

31% of A Level pupils achieved AAB or higher.

62% of our pupils were successful in securing a place at a Russell Group University.

These are excellent results for a Sixth Form that is not particularly selective. Indeed, we manage to get the very best out of our pupils, particularly from those coming from other schools to join our Sixth Form who have yet to experience how effective small class sizes and dedicated teachers can be. In today’s very competitive climate for University places, achieving AAB rather than BBB, or BCC rather than CCD can make all to difference!

 

GCSE Results 2016

The Department of Education League Tables placed Pitsford School as the top, co-educational school in the county for GCSE points per pupil.

We constantly achieve excellent examination results every year, however we usually aggregate our results over the previous three years to give a statistically valid picture due to our small class sizes.

Over the last three years, we have achieved A*-B grades in 57% of GCSE examinations.

The majority of our year 11 pupils continue on at Pitsford School in the Sixth Form to study A Levels.

 A full breakdown of our latest public examination results can be requested from the School Office.