Exam Results

Students are regularly assessed throughout their school year in terms of a range of skills. In the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 pupils are continually assessed using teacher assessment. At the end of the Foundation Stage the Foundation Stage profile is completed ensuring that a clear picture of the child’s all round development is given and passed up to Year 1.

Twice a year in Years 2 to 6 standardised assessments are used as informative guides for teachers to assess the progress and development of the pupils. As per the British Curriculum, ‘Key Stage’ exams are set at the end of Year 6 and Year 9. These all provide useful guides as to the progress and development of your child.

Recently, there have been a number of changes to the Curriculum in the UK and in response to these our Key Stage 3 (Year 9) examinations have moved away from the traditional SATs to the CIE examination board’s Checkpoint exams. This also benefits students since these exams are designed to lead students more smoothly into GCSE and to provide more detailed feedback for each individual..

In terms of IGCSEs these are studied over two years (Year 10 & 11) and offer an internationally recognised qualification to our Year 11 students (usually around 16 years old).

With the recent addition of the 6th Form we are also now offering Further Education in the form of AS and A Levels to see students through to their Higher Education at University. Results for AS and A2 exams finished in the last academic year have been posted and can be reviewed by clicking on the link below.