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GCSE Results 2023

9

% 9

23

% 9 to 8

43

% 9 – 7

94

% 9 – 4

The Kingsley School is incredibly proud of its GCSE students who achieved excellent results in 2023. They have shown great fortitude over the past couple of years and should be immensely proud of all that they have achieved.

Of all grades, 24% were awarded at level 9-8 (A* equivalent), and 44% at level 9-7 (A*–A equivalent) which is outstanding given the national context of a return to pre-pandemic boundaries. Top marks were awarded across the board in all subjects, with exceptional performances in Science, English, Mathematics, Art, Geography, Textiles, Food Preparation & Nutrition, Creative iMedia, and Latin.

"Students achieve excellent skills, knowledge and understanding, evident in their high levels of success in public examinations. "
Independent Schools Inspectorate 2023

A-Level Results 2023

19

% A*

39

% A* to A

61

% A* to B

100

% Pass Rate

Sixth Formers at The Kingsley School celebrated excellent results in 2023. Each of our students should be proud of their academic achievements which are testament to their consistent hard work, commitment and enthusiasm for learning.

Amongst this year’s cohort there were some notable individual successes. Kelly T achieved A* A* A and can now look forward to an exciting year of travel before pursuing a course in either Medicine or Pharmaceuticals. Abi L successfully achieved A* A* A and will read Law at the University of Exeter. Georgina B, who will study Digital Film Production at Birmingham City University, achieved A A Distinction*. Saarah H achieved A* A A and Amy B and Sasha G achieved A* A B with places secured at the Universities of Warwick, Cardiff and Bath respectively.​

Students have also had resounding success in Cambridge Technical qualifications, with 100% of those studying the courses in both Sport and Digital Media achieving the highest possible grade of Distinction*. Charlotte G, who gained qualifications in Textiles, Food and Nutrition and Health and Social Care, has chosen to proceed with gap year plans before pursuing a possible career in teaching.

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