2016 Public Examination Results

Each year we analyse our GCSE and A Level results in very great detail, comparing our pupils’ expected grades with their actual grades, comparing performance between curriculum areas and comparing our results with national statistics.

At A Level 24.3% of the entries were A*/A grades, and 72.3% were grade C or higher.  Out of a cohort of 104 we had 18 students who gained 3 or more A/A* grades and 11 students who gained 4 or more A/A* grades. We also achieved a school record this year with no less than 7 students gaining places at ‘Oxbridge’ – including one at Yale University in the States. (We now have 12 ‘Old Wigtonians’ currently studying at Cambridge and Oxford.) It is also worth noting that two of our students were accepted on veterinary medicine courses.

At GCSE, 75.3% of the year gained 5 or more A* – C grades and 68% gained 5 or more A* – C grades including English and Maths.  21 pupils gained 8 or more A*/A grades and 22.7% of all our entries were A*/A.

Here are the latest school performance tables — www.education.gov.uk

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