Villiers High School is one of the country’s highest achieving schools and has ranked in the top 1% of all schools in England for four consecutive years at both Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5. Of the 7540 secondary schools in England Villiers is ranked 6th of all non-selective, non-denominational schools and is 27th of all schools in the country for Progress 8; the government’s main headline measure for schools in England.
2022 Key Stage 4 Results
Progress Score +1.14 – pupils on average attained over a grade above their peers nationally (top 1% of all schools in England)
Attainment Score 52.4 - pupils attain a grade 5 on average across their eight key subjects; equivalent to a B- grade on the old measure.
English and Maths 5+ 63% - both English and maths progress is exceptional with maths results being the second highest in the country at +2.03 and English results being in the top
5% of schools.
Key Stage 5 Results
A Level Average Grade: B
Level 3 Vocational Average Grade: Distinction*-
Value Added Score + 0.5 – pupils on average attained half a grade above their peers nationally (top 1% of all schools and colleges in England – unchanged score since 2019 due to
Our Year 13 students have progressed onto the country’s leading universities including University of Oxford, Imperial College London, and The London School of Economics. Well over a third of students have progressed onto Russell Group universities.
Key links and documents:
For a more detailed breakdown of our KS4 results and for trend data, you can see the results for our school on the government website here.
For a more detailed breakdown of our KS5 results and for trend data, you can see the results for our school on the government website here.