Examination Outcomes and Ofsted
A Level Results 2021
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic. The A Level results press statement can be found below.
At A Level, students in year 13 have once again performed strongly and many have gone on to destinations of their choice, be that university or apprenticeships, including Oxford and Cambridge. We congratulated them on their achievements. The table below sets out the key A Level results figures for this year.
|A Levels at grades A*-A||49%|
|A Levels at grades A*-B||72%|
|A Levels at grades A*-C||92%|
GCSE Results 2021
Students in year 11 at Woodbridge High School received their well-deserved GCSE and Cambridge National results. Very many students achieved outstanding results, with some receiving large numbers of high grades. Grades for GCSEs this year were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades following the cancellation of external exams due to the pandemic. Students undertook a large number of internal exams and assessments marked by teachers, with the final grades approved and awarded by the exam boards. The GCSE results press statement can be found below.
We are pleased with our outcomes at GCSE for students in year 11 this year. Students at Woodbridge have performed exceptionally well and above national standards. We congratulated them on their achievements. The table below sets out the key GCSE results figures for this year.
|GCSEs at grades 9-7||32%|
|GCSEs at grades 9-5||65%|
|GCSEs at grades 9-4||80%|
Students achieving 4+ in English and Maths
|Students achieving 5+ in English and Maths||63%|
|Students achieving EBacc at 4+||46%|
|Students achieving EBacc at 5+||31%|
|ALPS QI8 Score||2|
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