Results & destinations

King Edward’s takes pride in its academic, socio-economic and cultural diversity. The School ensures that all pupils are congratulated for their effort and dedication to achieving personal success. Behind the statistics and results each child has a unique story. King Edward’s Sixth Form offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) and A-levels.

International Baccalaureate (IB) results 2022

This year, pupils achieved an average points score of 32.3 points out of a possible 45.

Pupils achieving grades 7 – 6 (A* & A): 38.8%

Pupils achieving grades 7 – 5 (A* – B):  77.2%

Pupils achieving grades 7 – 2 (A* – E): 100%

Year Number of candidates 7 – 5 7 – 4 7 – 2
2022 43 77.2% 96.2% 100%
2021 31 89.2% 99.5% 100%
2020 43 80.9% 96.5% 100%
2019 34 88.2% 98.5% 100%
2018 56 73.0% 90.5% 100%
2017 66 67.7% 92.2% 99.8%

A-level results 2022

Subjects graded 9-7  (A* – A):  31%

Subjects graded 9-6 (A* – B):  60%

Pupils gaining 5 or more GCSEs graded 9-4 (A* – C):  100%

Please find our previous years’ results below.

Year Number of candidates A* – A A* – B A* – E
2021*
2020 18 35.3% 58.8% 100%
2019 38 20.5% 42.8% 97.3%
2018 31 16.9% 42.7% 89.7%
2017 18 28.8% 52.5% 93.2%

*In 2021 we had a small cohort of 2 pupils studying the full programme of 3 A-levels, achieving A*AB and ABB. Due to the small cohort size, we are not reporting overall percentages but would like to congratulate these A-level candidates as well as their peers studying hybrid courses on their impressive results. The School appreciates the determination and dedication shown by pupils and staff and is committed to being aspirational for the individual. Please read the full news story here.

GCSE /IGCSE results 2021

We are delighted to say that our GCSE and IGCSE candidates have been awarded grades that reflect their hard work and commitment throughout the two years of the courses they undertook. Our teachers prepared, analysed and evaluated a wide range of data which allowed us to predict grades with rigour and integrity, and our pupils have been rewarded accordingly. Please read the full news story here.

Subjects graded 9-7  (A* – A): = 61.5%

Subjects graded 9-6 (A* – B) = 81%

Pupils gaining 5 or more GCSEs graded 9-4 (A* – C) =: 96.7%

The table below includes our Pre-Sixth Form candidates.

Year Number of candidates 9 – 7 9 – 6 9 – 4
2021 73 64.5% 81% 96.7%
2020 83 57.2% 79.3% 99.6%
Previous Grading System A* – A A* – B A* – C
2019 53 39% 61.2% 87.1%
2018 69 45.6% 67.2% 93.1%
2017 85 31.6% 61.0% 88.8%

The table below excludes our Pre-Sixth Form candidates.

Year Number of candidates 9 – 7 9 – 6 9 – 4
2021 62 62.6% 81.4% 96.6%
2020 63 57.5% 80.2% 99.8%
Previous Grading System A* – A A* – B A* – C
2019 37 36.0% 59.6% 85.8%
2018 44 43.0% 64.4% 92.2%
2017 60 30.0% 60.7% 88.4%

Pupil destinations 2022

University Course
Birkbeck, University of London Psychological Studies
Bournemouth University Law
Cardiff University Optometry
Politics and Economics
City, University of London International Business
Law
Durham University Combined Honours in Social Sciences
Geography
Hult International Business School Business Administration with Marketing
King’s College London, University of London Biomedical Science
Lancaster University Earth and Environmental Science
Loughborough University Accounting and Financial Management
Chemical Engineering
Geography with Economics
Politics, Philosophy and Economics
Oxford Brookes University Biomedical Science
Queen Mary University of London Business Management with Integrated Foundation Year
Chemical Sciences with Foundation
Computer Science with Management
Drama
International Relations with Business Management
Royal Academy Music
Royal Holloway, University of London Film, Television and Digital Production
History
Royal Holloway, University of London Psychology
Swansea University Economics and Finance with a Year in Industry
University of Birmingham Law
International Business
University of East Anglia UEA Business and Human Resource Management
University of Exeter Law with Business
Politics and Sociology with Study Abroad
University of Kent Computer Science (Cyber Security)
University of Leeds Mathematics and Statistics
University of Leicester Psychology
University of Manchester Geography with International Study
University of Nottingham Modern Languages with Business
Politics and International Relations
University of Plymouth Ocean Science and Marine Conservation
University of Sheffield Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Architecture
University of Warwick History and Politics
University of Westminster Architecture
Business Management (Digital Business)
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation Craft Practices – Furniture
Craft Practices – Musical Instruments

 

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