At Villiers High School, we have an excellent record of outstanding examination outcomes at GCSE and A Level. Results have improved year on year for the past three years and under the DfE tables are categorized as ‘well above the national average’, placing us in the top 1% of schools nationally. Current cohort assessments indicate that this upward trend will continue.
We hope you enjoy reading our special 2019 Exam results newsletter.
2019 Key Stage 4
Progress Score + 1.09 – pupils on average attained over a grade above their peers nationally (top 1% of all schools in England)
Attainment Score 48.3 - pupils attain a grade 5 on average across their eight key subjects; equivalent to a strong C grade.
English and Maths 5+ 47% - showing three consecutive years of excellent progress. Half of all pupils got a 5 in both English and Maths.
Our summer 2019 exam results were excellent and the outcomes for pupils place us in the top 1% of schools in England with Villiers being ranked 30 out of 6332 secondary schools. The government has reported our results at KS4 are ‘well above average’ and dark green – this is the highest classification, for three consecutive years.
2019 Key Stage 5
Progress Score + 0.5 – pupils on average attained half a grade above their peers nationally (top 1% of all schools and colleges in England)
A Level Average Grade C-
Vocational Average Grade Distinction
Our summer 2019 exam results were excellent and the outcomes for pupils place us in the top 1% of schools in England out of 4346 schools and colleges. The government has reported our results at KS5 are ‘well above average’ – this is the highest classification.
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