A Level Exam Results 2019

We are very proud of our students; not only are their academic standards high, but they also develop as confident articulate individuals ready to take full advantage of opportunities as they arise

Results in 2021 were teacher assessed and therefore, headlines will not be published.

Summer 2019 saw our students achieve the best set of A level results since the curriculum reform, which is recognition of the many hours of hard work students have invested, together with the support and guidance of the teaching staff throughout their time at MGGS.

We are exceptionally proud of all of our students in recent years, some of whom achieved considerable personal success in the face of challenging circumstances. We see a continued trend of increasing academic results year on year at MGGS, enabling students to pursue their individual goals. They go on to pursue a wide range of pathways, including university study, apprenticeships and employment.

In 2019:

  • 149 students sat a total of 450 A level examinations
  • Over a quarter of all grades were A* or A, with 22 students achieving, 3, 4 or 5 A*/A grades
  • 3% increase in A* – B grades
  • 86% achieved A*- C grades
  • Students accepted into Oxbridge or Medicine has increased on 2018.

We are delighted with the achievements of all our students and wish them the very best for the future

Miss Stanley, Headteacher

2019 A Level Results Highlights

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We are delighted to be celebrating the achievements of all our students. There are many successes this year, with several students overcoming personal challenges and difficulties, and we are celebrating the fruit of their hard work and perseverance. We wish them all the very best for the future.

Deborah Stanley, Headteacher

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The percentage of students who continued in sustained education or training after Key Stage 5 in 2016 was 79%. Data for 2017 and 2018 is not yet available from the DfE.

Related Pages

GCSE Results
Student Destinations
Careers Service
MGGS Alumni

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