The Grey Coat Hospital

Church of England Comprehensive School for Girls

 

Examination Results

Grey Coat Students Celebrate A Level Success In 2021

We are delighted to share the achievements of our A-Level students. They have worked extremely hard throughout their time in our Sixth Form and we are very proud of them - the more so as they have had to experience unprecedented disruption and uncertainty towards the end of their secondary education. They have shown exceptional resilience, focus and determination throughout this time.

The grades our students were awarded this summer are based on a range of exam-style assessments, covering the full range of assessment objectives and the majority, if not all, of the specification content. These assessments were marked and moderated rigorously within School, and further moderated externally. The awarded grades therefore represent genuinely what students know and can do at the end of their A-Level courses. “Teachers know what their students can do, and in the absence of formal exams, there is no person or system better placed to fairly judge young people’s abilities.” (Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary, quoted in The Guardian, 9th August 2021)

Overall, the School’s A-Level results have remained consistently high at all levels. 51.3% of all grades were at A*-A, 79.3% were at A*-B and 91.2% were at A*-C. The overall pass rate was 100%.

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GCSE Results 2021

We are delighted to celebrate the achievements of our Year 11 students. They have worked extremely hard throughout their GCSE course - the more so as they have had to experience unprecedented disruption and uncertainty. They have shown exceptional resilience, focus and determination throughout this time, and we are very proud of them all.

The grades our students were awarded this summer are based on a range of exam-style assessments, covering the full range of assessment objectives and the majority, if not all, of the specification content. These assessments were marked and moderated rigorously within school, and further moderated externally. The awarded grades therefore represent genuinely what students know and can do at the end of their GCSE courses. “Teachers know what their students can do, and in the absence of formal exams, there is no person or system better placed to fairly judge young people’s abilities.” (Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary, quoted in The Guardian, 9th August 2021)

Overall, our students’ GCSE results have remained consistently high at all levels, and we are delighted that:

  • 94.5% of our students achieved grades 9-4 in English and Mathematics
  • 75.5% of our students achieved grades 9-5 in English and Mathematics
  • 65% of our students achieved the English Baccalaureate at grades 9 to 5

Over half (54%) of our students’ GCSE grades were at 9-7 and an amazing 29 of our students attained all their GCSEs at grades 9 to 7.

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A full breakdown of our examination results for 2020 can be found in our Digital Prospectus in the About Us section.