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2018 

gcse and IGCSE 2018 

GCSE results 2018

Headline figures

  • 57% of all grades were A*/ 8-9
  • 15% of students achieved 10 or more A*/ 8-9 grades
  • 81% of all grades were A* or A / 7-9
  • 100% of students achieved 5 A*-C / 4-9 grades

“It’s been an absolute pleasure to teach this talented group of students. Their stellar GCSE results are a testament to their hard work and commitment - as are their achievements in the world of sport, drama, music and the arts. My congratulations to our students, and to the brilliant teaching staff who have given such inspiration and guidance along the way. Well done everyone!” 

David Walker, Head of the Senior School

“I am confident that our students will make a real difference and lead the way in whatever field they choose. I look forward to seeing many of them in September when they begin their A Level or IB studies at the 6th Form College.” 

Naomi Atkins, Head of 6th Form and Vice Principal of the Foundation

Results by subject

A level 2018 
Nina on results day
Nina will be reading Classics at Oxford having achieved 3 A* grades and an A grade

Headline figures

  • 37% of students achieved 3 or more A* or A grades
  • 27% of all grades were A*
  • 54% of all grades were A* or A
  • 97% of grades were A* to C
  • 100% of grades were A* to E

Students are off to exciting onward destinations at top UK and overseas universities, including Chemistry with Molecular Physics at Imperial College, History at Oxford, Management at LSE, Law at Warwick, Engineering at UCL and Liberal Arts and Sciences at Maastricht. 

"We are very proud of our students, who have worked hard to achieve these excellent results and can now look forward to exciting university destinations, from Edinburgh to Oxford. They have the brightest of futures ahead, and wish them all the very best as they forge their own path in the world and achieve their dreams.”

Naomi Atkins, Head of 6th Form and Vice Principal of the Foundation

We are thrilled with individual subject areas too, with every student studying Visual Arts at A Level achieving an A*, and an impressive 15 A* grades awarded to Mathematics and Further Mathematics students.

Results by subject

International baccalaureate 2018 

Headline figures

  • 38% of students achieved 40 or more
  • 25% of all grades were awarded at Level 7 (the highest grade)
  • Average score of 36 points  (maximum is 45)

We have taught the IB since 2008 and have twice been awarded the Sunday Times IB School of the Year.

"We are immensely proud of our IB students, not only for their results and university destinations but for the rounded young leaders and pioneers they have become - they each have their own story and they leave us ready to make their mark on the world."

Naomi Atkins, Head of 6th Form and Vice Principal of the Foundation

Our IB Class of 2018 are now moving on to universities all over the world, from Toronto to Stanford to Oxford, reading a diverse range of subjects, from Fine Art to Liberal Arts to Engineering.

Our students this year truly reflect the IB's philosophy of 'international-mindedness', from running Cambridge’s first ever high-school level Model United Nations conference to competing at diverse sporting, academic and arts events. The IB Class of 2018 have offered such inspiration to younger students and we wish them the brightest of futures and look forward to hearing about where their journey takes them. 

Results by subject

2017 

gcse and IGCSE 2017 

Headline figures

  • 62% of grades were A*
  • 88% of grades were A* or A
  • 26% of students achieved 10 or more A* grades
  • 100% of students achieved 5 A* to C grades

"I'm delighted with this year’s GCSE results and they are a credit to all involved. I am equally proud of each student’s wider achievements and it has been a pleasure to witness individual talents flourish, whether on the stage, sports field, in the arts or music."

Tricia Kelleher, Principal

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A level 2017 

Headline figures

  • 26% of all grades were A*
  • 42% of students achieved 3 or more A* or A Grades
  • 63% of all grades were A* or A
  • 97% of grades were A* to C
  • 100% of medical science students achieved a place at medical school

“I feel very proud of each and every one of our students who have all worked hard to receive these excellent results. At the Stephen Perse Foundation we support and encourage each student to achieve their dreams and I have no doubt that this year’s cohort will go on to do just that.”  

Tricia Kelleher, Principal

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International baccalaureate 2017 

Headline figures

  • Average score of 40 points (maximum is 45), placing us in the top IB schools in the UK for the eighth consecutive year
  • 3 students achieved a perfect score of 45 points
  • 45% of grades were Level 7 (the highest grade)
  • 98% of grades were Level 5 or more

“We are, once again, very proud of the achievements of all of our IB students. These foundations will ensure they are equipped for the next stage of their educational journey and we wish them the best of luck.”

Tricia Kelleher, Principal

2016 

gcse and IGCSE 2016 

Headline figures

  • 25% of students achieved 10 or more A* grades
  • 64% of grades were A*
  • 86% of grades were A* or A
  • 99% of grades were A*-C

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A level 2016  

Headline figures

  • 37% of all grades were A*
  • 76% of all grades were A* or A
  • 100% of grades were A* to C

This is a stellar set of results for our students and an enormous credit to all involved!

"It is the variety of destinations that really stands out for me. As well as the lawyers and medics, historians and anthropologists, we have a growing number opting for acclaimed Liberal Arts courses in the UK or abroad including at Princeton, USA. To have students with such contrasting futures ahead of them, be it Computer Science at Cambridge or History of Art at the Courtauld or even at the world-renowned Translation and Interpretation degree at the University of Geneva, it is ever more important that the individual students’ stories are not lost in any set of results."

Tricia Kelleher, Principal

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International baccalaureate 2016 

Headline figures

  • Average score of 40 points (maximum is 45), placing us in the top IB schools in the UK for the seventh consecutive year
  • 52% of students achieved 40 points or more
  • 41% of grades awarded were Level 7 (the highest grade)

Students are celebrating another excellent set of results in the International Baccalaureate Diploma. A score of 40 points is equivalent to almost four A* grades at A Level plus an additional A in AS level.

We have taught the IB since 2008 and have twice been awarded the Sunday Times IB School of the Year.

Students can now look forward to the university courses they have worked so hard to access. A few of these courses are: Geography, History, Psychology and Behavioural Studies at Cambridge, Electrical Engineering at Imperial, Psychology and Philosophy at Oxford, Arts and Sciences at UCL, Dentistry at KCL and Liverpool and Liberal Arts at Utrecht.

One student fulfilled the requirements of the prestigious Bilingual Diploma in English and Russian, an exceptional achievement.

"Every IB student has their own story to tell. They are more than equipped for the next stage in their journey and we are very proud of their achievements."

Tricia Kelleher, Principal

2015 

gcse and IGCSE 2015 

Headline figures

  • 65% of grades were A*
  • 88% of grades were A* or A
  • 29% of students achieved 10 or more A* grades
  • 50% of students achieved 8 or more A* grades
  • 100% of students achieved 5 A*- C grades

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A level 2015  

Headline figures

  • 30% of all grades were A*
  • 70% of all grades were A* or A
  • 98% of grades were A* to C
  • 100% of grades were A* to E

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International baccalaureate 2015 

Headline figures

  • Average score of 40 points (maximum is 45), placing us in the top IB schools in the UK for the sixth consecutive year
  • 45% of grades awarded at Level 7 (the highest grade)
  • 63% of students achieved 40 points or more

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2014

gcse and IGCSE 2014 

Headline figures

  • 71% of all grades awarded at  A*
  • 93% of all grades awarded at A* or A
  • 99% of all grades awarded at A* to B
  • 51% of students achieved 9 or more A* grades

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A level 2014 

Headline figures

  • 36% of all grades were A*
  • 73% of all grades were A* or A
  • 99% of grades were A* to C
  • 100% of grades were A* to E
  • 20% of students achieved 3 or more A* grades

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International baccalaureate 2014
 

Headline figures

  • Average score of 40 points (maximum is 45), placing us in the top IB schools in the UK for the fifth consecutive year
  • 48% of grades awarded at Level 7 (the highest grade)
  • 67% of students achieved 40 points or more

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Senior School

Our approach to learning achieves exceptional results

Senior School learning

6th Form

We achieve top results in both A Levels and the IB

6th Form

Leaver destinations

Our students go on to inspiring and diverse destinations

Lever destinations