DFE Performance Table + 2016 Examination Results
We are still awaiting DFE Peformance Tables. In the interim, please find details below pertaining to examination results for 2016.
Preston Manor is once again celebrating some fantastic A level and GCSE results for 2016. Well done to all our students and staff who have worked so hard to achieve these results. Here are some of the highlights:
A Level Results 2016
- The A Level pass rate stands at 99.7 % A* - E
- 77.8% of all A Level exams sat were awarded A* - C grades.
- 100% of all grades were A*-B in Art & Design, German, Computing and Music
- 100% of all grades were A*- B in Further Mathematics
- 90% of all grades were A*-C in English Literature
- The AS Level pass rate stands at 87%.
- Over 33% of our students have been accepted onto courses at very competitive Russell Group universities
- Daniel Farooq gained a place at Oxford (Engineering) and Anubhav Lamichhane gained a place at Cambridge (Economics)
- Three students going on to do Dentistry:- Meenakshi Mandi-Jayaram (Queen Mary) , Alisa Ahmed (Cardiff) and Abubakar Baana (Queen Mary)
- Two students achieved top Engineering courses Milan Patel (Imperial), Dilan Patel (UCL)
- Congratulations to Cyriac Boby - LSE Actuarial Science
- Sana Hadidi – Was successful in gaining an apprenticeship with BBC (beating over 1000 applications and 60 candidates shortlisted for interview!!)
- Good luck to Cara Hays – who is taking a gap year to travel and work abroad before starting a degree in English at King's College, London.
We are delighted that the vast majority of our students were accepted at their chosen university and are extremely proud that a record number of students are progressing to top universities in Great Britain.
GCSE Results 2016
- Progress 8 value of +0.2
- Attainment 8 score of 5.0
- 58% achieved A*-C grade in English and Maths
- 69% achieved A*-C grade in English
- 67% achieved A*-C in Maths
- 31% of pupils achieved the Ebacc
- Value added +1014
- English had a 3% increase in the percentage of students making 4 levels of progress compared to last years results
- 19% of grades achieved were A*-A
- 40% of grades achieved were A*-B
Particular congratulations to the pupils that achieved 10 or more A*-A grades – a truly exceptional achievement! Thanks are also due to their parents for their help and support and of course to their teachers whose dedication and commitment to our students has also justly been rewarded.