Exams | Woodhouse Grove School

Continuing to rise to the challenge.

Despite a another challenging year for our GCSE year students we are delighted that 2021 sees pupils at Woodhouse Grove once again achieving GCSE results of which they can be proud, with 50% of the Year group achieving an average of an ‘A’ across their results and 93% achieving 5 or more GCSEs including English and maths.

At individual level the data represents many triumphs – much to celebrate – in a cohort with many students who should rightly be proud of their results, whether they are among those at the top of the list, or for whom 5 passes was their Mount Everest.

There was so many success stories this year, but to name a few, average grade in brackets (in old terms an 8/9 is a high A/A*):

Olivia Ranson (9), Chloe Cater (8.8), Amy Cavaliere (8.8), Andy Salvador Medina ( 8.8), Kiah Bardouille-Lewis (8.7), Emma Okpala (8.7), Olivia Speed (8.7), Isla Swarbrigg (8.7), Samuel Siu (8.6), Lily Sugden (8.6) Sam Binns (8.5), Lizzie Deall (8.5) Ritika Kanda (8.4), Alice Wright (8.4) Evie Hamer (8.3).

65% of the 2021 year group achieved ABB or better A Level

50% of the year group have achieved the average of an A across their results.

A Level's

Whilst we celebrate the outstanding results of our academic high flyers who have achieved complete sets of A*s and As, we are equally as proud of those for whom academic achievement comes less easily but have risen to the challenge and exceeded expectations.

The 2021 A Level pass rate was 99% and the average UCAS points per candidate at 132 – the equivalent of between ABB and AAB at A Level.

It has been a rollercoaster 18 months for our Year 13 students, not only in terms of their education but across all aspects of their lives; as the papers state this morning, young people have not faced as much disruption to their education since World War II.   As a year group they have been tested more than many generations before and have had to continuously adapt to new ways of learning, inside the classroom and from home.

This year’s results are based on Teacher-Assessed Grades (TAGs) that replaced the exams this summer. BTEC results are largely based on the original assessment plans and work completed prior to the cancellations.

The school A Level results 2021 are as follows:

The A*-E pass rate 100%
The A*-A pass rate 48%
The A*-B pass rate 68%
The A*-C pass rate 87%

Further examination results and details are available on request to the admissions team.

2021 A Level Results summary


2021 GCSE Results Summary