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.
The IBDP is followed by 79% of King Edward’s Sixth Form pupils. This year, pupils achieved an average points score of 33.9 points out of a possible 45. Please read the full news story here.
Pupils achieving grades 7 – 6 (A* & A): 50.7%
Pupils achieving grades 7 – 5 (A* – B): 80.2%
Pupils achieving grades 7 – 2 (A* – E): 100%
We share the relief with our pupils and colleagues that their hard work and resilience have been rewarded this year with over a third of pupils achieving A*-A. This cohort of pupils should be congratulated on their positive approach towards the challenging times that they faced when lock down took effect. Overall 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.
Pupils achieving grades A* – A: 35.3%
Pupils achieving grades A* – B: 58.8%
Pupils achieving grades A* – E: 100%
Subjects graded 9-7 (A* – A): = 56.9%
Subjects graded 9-6 (A* – B) = 79.1%
Pupils gaining 5 or more GCSEs graded 9-4 (A* – C) =: 99.6%
International pupils, who joined for the one year Pre-Sixth GCSE course, did very well. Five of them gained five or more GCSE passes at A*-C, including English and Maths; a great achievement for pupils studying in their second language.
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