Year 11 Achieve Best IGCSE Results in school’s history

Year 11 have achieved an outstanding set of IGCSE results: the best in the school’s long history. 

We are delighted to announce the phenomenal success of our Year 11 pupils following the release of the summer 2022 examination results. From a cohort of 72 pupils and a total of 655 entries an exceptional 70.8% of grades awarded were 9-7 (A*or A). With almost one in three entries graded a 9, this was the most common grade awarded. These are the best IGCSE results the school has received in the more than 30 years that the qualification has been offered. That these world class results have been achieved against a backdrop of the pandemic and the first year of examinations for three years is a considerable achievement for the pupils and their teachers.

Mr John Talbot, Assistant Head, Head of Upper School said: “I would like to congratulate all of Year 11 on their success. They are a special and unique year group that have faced significant challenges over the two years of their IGCSE course and to achieve these outstanding results after sitting external examinations for the first time is a reflection of their commitment and dedication to their studies. We wish them continued success with their ongoing studies.”

Mrs Mary-Clare Startin, Vice Principal and Head of Senior School  added: “We are very proud of what the Year 11s have achieved.  They have demonstrated their academic ability and commitment through these results but they have also been fantastic contributors to the wider life of the school and we look forward to seeing them continue to be positive role models for our younger pupils in Year 12. I would also like to  thank the teachers who have worked incredibly hard to ensure that pupils continued to receive the best education possible throughout this challenging time, and parents for their unwavering support.”

A full breakdown of results from individual subject areas will be published in our results summary card in the coming weeks. View our Examination Results pages for further information.