A Level: KS5 Attainment and Progress

The progress of students have made in English and Maths retakes

N/A

The progress of students have made compared with students across England

Our Value Added Score is 0.19%

The average grade that students in our school get at KS5

C+

Student retention – the percentage of students who get to the end of their study programme

80%

Student destinations – the percentage of students who continue in education or training or move to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study

At the end of KS5:

76% went to University

3% to Further Education provider

7% to training/apprenticeship

15% gap year

A Level Results 2016

Students and teachers at Colston’s Girls’ School, recently named as the best school in Bristol, are celebrating their A-Level results with many exceptional individual performances.

Nimra Naeem (A*A*A*+A*EPQ) will read Medicine at Bristol University, Georgina Evans (A*AA) will read Linguistics at Cambridge and Umamah Malik (A*AA) will read Philosophy and Theology at Oxford.

Helen Trebichavska (A*AA+A*EPQ) goes to Durham to read Combined Honours in Social Sciences, Georgie Quaife (A*AA) will read Creative Writing/Philosophy and Ethics at Bath Spa University and Maggie Yu (AAA) takes up a place at Warwick University to read Accounting and Finance.

A quarter of all examination papers were graded as an A* or A allowing a significant proportion of students to proceed to the very best universities.

Executive Principal (Secondary), Alistair Perry said “We are delighted with the achievements of all of our students and proud of the exceptional young women they have become.  We wish them every success in the next stage of their lives.”