Results & Performance Tables

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Despite the huge challenges of a global pandemic and the cancellation of exams, we are proud to say that this year’s Year 13 cohort will be continuing their education later this year at some of the most prestigious institutions in the country. University places for this year include Warwick, Durham, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, UCL, Nottingham, Southampton, Kings and Queen Mary.

Heads of Sixth Form, Mrs Livermore and Mr Warburton say they “could not be prouder of our Year 13 students, who despite an uncertain, unprecedented and incredibly challenging year are going on to some of the world’s top universities and excellent apprenticeships. This is a real testament to their character and dedication, to the high standards we set within the Sixth Form and to the support and guidance our students receive. We wish them all the best for the future”.

 

2020 Results

Please note that Government will not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020. Please see this statement from the Secretary of State for Education for more information.

 

2019 Results

Progress made compared with students across the country:

A Levels and Academic Qualifications

Bishop Challoner Sixth Form Progress Score – 0.16

Tower Hamlets Schools Progress Score – N/A

England State Funded Schools Progress Score – 0.02

Applied General qualifications

Bishop Challoner Sixth Form Progress Score – 0.11

Tower Hamlets Schools Progress Score – N/A

England State Funded Schools Progress Score – 0.01

 

Average Grade at KS5:

A Levels and Academic Qualifications

Bishop Challoner Sixth Form – C+

Tower Hamlets Schools – C

England State Funded Schools – C+

Applied General qualifications

Bishop Challoner Sixth Form – Dist-

Tower Hamlets – Dist-

England – Merit+

 

Progress made in English and Maths: NE/SUPP

 

Retention:

A Levels and Academic Qualifications: 96.4%

Applied General Qualifications: 82.6%

 

Percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study: 90%

Follow the link below for the latest achievement and attainment tables on the School and College Performance Service website.

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