Schools are not required to publish their exam and assessment results for the academic year 2019-2020 as these have not been published as performance measures by the Secretary of State.  The results below include our 2018 and 2019 performance measures until new performance measures are published.  Therefore, please note that the only performance measures that are 'current' on this page are those relating to 2018 and 2019.

A Level Results - 2020

Please note that 2020 A level results were centre-assessed grades.

  • The percentage of students achieving the top grades of A* to B was 66.2%
  • The overall achievement at A*/A was 40.7%
  • 41 students achieved the excellent standard of three or more passes at grade A*/A

Four students will be continuing their studies at Oxbridge with 16 students pursuing studies in medicine, veterinary science and dentistry.  A number of students are progressing to STEM-focused courses with many studying diverse courses ranging from law to nursing, psychology, business management, food science, music, journalism and speech and language therapy.

A Level Results - 2019

  • A* to B was 59% significantly higher than the national average of 48%
  • The overall achievement at A*/A was 32%, significantly higher than the national average of 22%
  • 31 students achieved the excellent standard of three or more passes at grade A*/A. This constitutes 17% of the year group. (significantly above national average of 10%)  Note:  of these, six of these were 4 A/A* and one gained 5 A*/A
  • Five students achieved 3 A*, 2 students gained 4 A*’s

Our valid added point score was was -0.7 (national average is 0) with the average points gained for A-level being 37.0  (national average = 33.9 ) and we gained 79% grade A*-C (national % was 74%).

Retention figures for 2018-2019 are as follows:

Year 12 % retained (in year) = 96.4%
Year 13 % retained (in year) = 98.9%
Year 12-13 % retained = 98.4%
 

BRGS A Level Exam Results 2019 for each subject can be found here.

BRGS A level Exam Results 2018 for each subject can be found here.

GCSE Level Results - 2019

  • 59% of all grades were at 9-7
  • 15% of all GCSE grades were at grade 9
  • 97.2% of our students achieved 5 or more 9-4 grades including English and Mathematics with 94.5% achieving 5 strong pass including English and Maths
  • 70 % of our students achieved 5 9-7s
  • 41.6% of our students achieved 8 9-7s
  • 78.5% of our students achieved the English Baccalaureate  - a grade 4 or better in English, Mathematics, Science (dual award or two single Science subjects), a humanities subject and a foreign language. 96.7% of our students were entered for the English Baccalaureate. 
  • four of our students achieved 9 or more grade 9s, with one achieving 10 grade 9s and one grade 7
  • the vast majority of our students progress to full time further education (99.4%) and 0.6% progressing to full time employment

BRGS Progress 8 was +0.37, BRGS Attainment 8 was 7.2 (both significantly higher than national average)

BRGS GCSE Exam Results for each subject in 2019 can be found here.

BRGS GCSE Exam Results for 2018 can be found here.  In 2018, the Progress 8 was +0.12 and Attainment 8 was 7.0.  Attainment in English and Maths with a Grade 5 or above was 98%.  Attainment in the English Baccalaureate for those gaining Grade 4 or above was 82% and for those gaining Grade 5 or above was 60%.

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