While we were scrupulous in following the rubric, it is nonetheless important to acknowledge that judgements made in good faith on how individual pupils would have performed in each public examination, were, by necessity, limited to considering each subject in isolation. In any ‘normal’ year across the board, it happens that some pupils’ performance in an examination setting can be very different from their predictions, with some tending to under-perform while others excel beyond their teachers’ forecasts.
We sincerely regret that these bright young people were not able to have the satisfaction of proving themselves in formal examinations. All our pupils deserve to be congratulated not only for their results but for their resilience and forbearance under the most unusual of circumstances.
At A level, 29% of grades awarded were A*, 61% A*A and 87% A*- B. All 22 Oxbridge candidates confirmed their places on the first results day. At GCSE and IGCSE, pupils recorded 35% grade 9, 64% 9/8 and 84% 9-7.
|Year||9-8 (A*)||9-7 (A*/A)||9-6 (A*/A/B)||9-4 (A*/A/B/C)|