DJBET电竞菠菜人 www.nhsanshi.com A Level and Pre-U results were very strong with 85% of grades at A*-B (or the equivalent at Pre-U). Performance was particularly strong at the top end. The average UCAS points per entry of 46.6 (where an A grade is worth 48) set a new record, and a figure of 27% of entries achieving the very top A* grade was the second best ever for the school.
At a time when General Studies has virtually ceased to be taken, four students still managed to get five A* grades at A level, and a further eight students achieved four A*s at A level. In addition to A levels, most students took an EPQ, with over 90% securing A*-B, and 49% getting an A*.
At GCSE 67% were graded at A*/8/9 and 90% of grades were at A*/A/7/8/9 level – both of these figures comfortably beating previous records. In a cohort of 119 students, 58 gained 10 or more A* (or 8/9) grades, and 98 achieved 10 or more A*/A/7/8/9 grades.
In the Government’s “Attainment 8” measure, KEGS pupils achieved an average of 82.1 (where As or 7s in every subject would score 70), which represents another school record best. And we estimate our “Progress 8” score will be close to or above +1.0, which again would be a school record.
Once again our Year 9 linguists excelled with their GCSEs in French and German, with an astonishing 77% of grades at 8/9 and a 7/8/9 percentage of 97% - both new school records.