Exam Results

GCSE Results – 2017 

St Bart’s has yet again celebrated tremendous success with outstanding GCSE results.  We are delighted that 85% of all grades achieved were at C and the new grade 4 or better.  With 36% of grades awarded A* and A and grades 9 -7 in the new qualifications, students have excelled.  We are also pleased that 57 or our students gained at least eight A* and A grades or 9-7 grades.

With new qualifications and new grading in English and Mathematics this year, it is not possible to make comparisons with previous years.  However, over 81% of students achieved five or more A*-C grades, including English and Mathematics at Level 4 or better, which allows our students to progress with confidence to the next phase of their education.

The vast majority of these students are continuing their education at St Bart’s studying A Level courses where they have been joined by a record number of students from other schools, attracted by the outstanding facilities, flexible courses and excellent results.

GCSE 2017 – The Highlights

  • 81% of students achieved five or more A*-C grades, including English and Mathematics at Level 4 or better, which is our highest ever result
  • 85% of students achieved both English and Mathematics at a Level 4 or better
  • 36% of all grades were A*/A grades of 9-7
  • 57 students gained at least eight A*/A grades

 

Exam and Assessment results (national average in brackets)

KS4

2017

2016

P8

0.40 (-0.03)

0.41

A8

56.9 (44.6)

59.2 (49.6)

% achieving at least a 5 (C) in English and Maths

65 (40)

n/a

% entered for EBacc

66 (35)

68 (39)

% achieving EBacc

41 (20)

52 (29)

% staying in education or employment after KS4

96 (94)

97 (94)

 

A Level Results – 2017 

This year we celebrated yet another set of exceptionally strong A Level results with great individual achievements.  The average point score per entry rose and these achievements have allowed the vast majority of St Bart’s students to continue their studies at their chosen universities, with many securing places on highly competitive courses at top universities including taking up Oxbridge offers and Medicine.

A Level Results 2017 – The Highlights

  • 25 students achieved three or more A*/A grades
  • 28% of all grades achieved were A*-A, above the national average
  • 80% of all grades achieved were C grade or better

 

KS5

2017

2016

Progress

A levels

0.09 (0.00)

0.08 (0.00)

Academic

0.09 (0.00)

0.06 (0.00)

Applied general

0.35 (0.00)

0.60 (0.00)

Tech level

n/a

n/a

Attainment (average grade)

A level

32.7 (32.4)

n/a

Academic

32.7 (32.7)

32.2 (32.1)

Applied general

40.3 (35.7)

42.4 (34.7)

Tech level

n/a

n/a

Progress in retake English and Maths GCSE

Progress in L2 English

0.71 (-0.02)

0.93 (-0.10)

Progress in L2 Maths

0.71 (0.00)

0.50 (-0.13)

Retention

A level

Released late March 2018

99 (96)

Academic

Released late March 2018

99 (96)

Applied general

Released late March 2018

94 (88)

Tech level

Released late March 2018

n/a

Destinations

2015

2014

Education, Employment or Training

95 (89)

91 (88)

Higher Education

58 (51)

52 (48)