A-Level Results 100% A*-A, what else must we say!
North London Grammar School students are celebrating another year of record breaking GCSE results. 92% of GCSE results were awarded the top grades of 9-4 and 77% of grades were awarded 9 – 5 with an overall 73% average progress rate across all subjects.
Our provisional progress score of 0.0 is once again likely to place us with the national expectations for secondary schools. Interim attainment 8 result is at 55.2% which places us above the local and national average compared 2017*.
100% of students are staying in education with 86% of students achieving Maths and 83% of students achieving English at 9-4. In addition 62% of students achieving Maths and English at 9-5. Our combined English and Maths scores set us above the national average compared to last year* by approximately 5% at 45%. 45% of our students achieved EBACC whilst 38% were entered. We are proud to say that the school average of 92% across subjects achieved 9-4 and 74% across subjects achieved 9-5 with 90% of our students achieving 5 or more GCSEs at 9-4.
We also achieved 100% Distinction * to Merit in our university access course/University Foundation Programme with all students now starting a Bachelor degree at their preferred university.
Headteacher Mr Fatih Adak said, “Yet again, we have proved what a successful and high performing school we are with an exceptional offer of subjects and success. These results are our best ever and illustrate why we have recently been recognised by the OFSTED as an OUTSTANDING school in categories – huge thanks and congratulations to a wonderful team of staff and our hard working students for achieving such success.”
*National and local data for 2018 is currently being reviewed by the DfE
2017 GCSE Results
GCSE results for summer 2017 are currently pending due to the errata period for publication in April 2018. The results on the school performance website has been contested and now been approved to be revised, hence the publication of the GCSE on the school website will be issued by the end of April or as soon as the errata period from the Department of Education has been finalised.
In the meantime, if you would like to discuss the attainment and current progress of your child, please contact the respective Head of Key Stages:
- Mrs Lena Dhrona, Assistant Headteacher of KS3, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mr Massimo Federici, Assistant Headteacher of KS4, Email: email@example.com
- Mr Omar Salahuddin, Deputy Headteacher, University Foundation Programme, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 GCSE RESULTS
The Headteacher and the School Governors are delighted with this year’s GCSE results.
The percentage of our students who achieved an A*-C grade in both English and Maths has risen from 64% to 75% this year. We are also proud of our students’ achievements in the English Baccalaureate qualification (English, Maths, Double Science, History/Geography and a Modern Foreign Language at A*-C), where the proportion of successful students has risen from 9% to 64% (the national average for EBACC is 43%).
- Indeed, 50% of our ICT students gained an A*/A and overall pass rate of 100% A*-C (national average for A*-C is 67.9%). Other successes include a 100% A*-A rate in French (national average 69.7%), Turkish and Russian (national average 89%), 100% A*-C in Core (national average 47.9%), Double (national average 59.4%) and Triple Science (national average 76.9%), 100% A*-C Geography (national average 66.3%), 100% A*-A in Art (national average A*-C 75.9%), and a 92% A*-C rate in Maths (national average 61%) and a 83% A*-C in English Language (national average 60.2%). These figures show the outstanding progress that students make under our care. We are proud of our achievements but we are not complacent.
- Furthermore, most of our Year 10 students were entered for early GCSE examinations and achieved 100% A*/A rate in Turkish, 81% A*-C rate in Core Science, 100% A*-C rate in Additional Science, 100% A*-C rate in Maths and 100% A*-C rate in ECDL. We also entered one student in Year 9 for GCSE Maths and achieved a Grade A.
- Our aim is to attempt to achieve 100% figures for our students in every key measure of attainment.
- Well done to everyone!