GCSE Examination Results 2016

Key Stage 4 (GCSEs and equivalent)           Verulam boys make record progress!

Verulam pupils celebrated superb GCSE results today which saw pupils making excellent progress.

Owen Doyle, Head of Year 11, congratulated all the boys on their impressive results and was particularly pleased that 27% of the results awarded were the highest A* and A grades.

Headmaster, Paul Ramsey, was delighted by the record progress made by the boys. ‘Our Valued Added scores are a testament to the hard work and endeavour of both pupils and staff across the full range of subjects.’

Grades2016201520142013201220112010
5 A*- C grades including English and Maths
(# see note below)
80.7%79%
#(80%)
77%
#(77%)
80%84%83%70%
5 A*- C grades83.5%83%87%93%97%87%78%
C or above in English93%92%
#(94%)
88%92%93%92%82%
C or above in Maths84%85%82%86%85%89%75%
% of Pupils achieving English Baccalaureate51.7%49%46%50%32%34%33%
% of Pupils expected progress in English96%93%
#(96%)
92%88%93%94%89%
% of Pupils expected progress in Maths87%89%85%87%83%86%76%
Value Added (1000 is expected progress)1029.710291022

Note # = Best results for pupils including re-sits.

Please note – all figures are unvalidated data

 

 

A – Level students Succeed at Verulam!

Excellent results in this year’s examinations ensure that students will be proceeding to the university of their choice or into prestigious training programmes.

Headmaster, Paul Ramsey, was delighted by the success of our students with so many securing the places at top universities. The rise in the number of top A/ A* grades was also very pleasing.

It was interesting to see able students gaining places on training programmes with financial institutions including The Bank of England and Metrobank as opposed to accepting university places. This is an increasingly attractive option for those suited to a particular career.

Head of Sixth Form, Robert Skipper, reflected, ‘Alongside the success of many boys achieving prestigious places for Maths and Science at Russell Group universities, it is heartening that a number of girls will take up places to study Sciences at Oxford, Cambridge and The Royal Veterinary College.’

Grades2016 (unvalidated)20152014
A*,A28%23%20%
A*, A, B48%53%51%
A* to C73%82%79%
Points
Average points per student162823794
(New points system)
Average points per subject33224212
(New points system)
Average GradeC+C+C
Number of Students11110072

Please note – all figures are unvalidated data

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