Top grades at GCSE (7-9) and top grades at A level (A*/A)
As the end of 2020 draws closer, the College has been reflecting on the year and further back to happier times before the onset of COVID. One super piece of news from 2019 was the College’s A-level performance when the College was 2nd in Oxfordshire for adding value at A-level and 35th across England as a whole – that’s in the TOP 1%!
Our value-added score is calculated by comparing the final A-Level results of our students against those of students in other schools and colleges who had achieved similar GCSE results.⠀
It’s fair to say that our 2021 A-level candidates have a lot to live up to and we have every confidence that, despite all that they have faced, they will match their peers of 2019.
Read the College's spring term 2018 ISI PfE report here:
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