Five Year Average
A-Level Examination Results 2019
Students at Kingswood School are today celebrating excellent A Level results, with approximately two thirds of all grades at A*-B, over 88% at A*-C and a 100% pass rate.
Amongst the many high achievers, particularly outstanding results were achieved by Jade and Rin with 4 A* grades, and Charlotte, Daniel and Jack each with 3 A* grades. 18 students achieved at least 3 A grades.
Headmaster, Simon Morris, commented: ‘I am once again delighted to see so many students excelling in these very demanding examinations, allowing them to take up their places at a range of prestigious universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. Whilst a Kingswood education is about so much more than examination results, it is good to recognise how students who have contributed across a host of areas of school life can also achieve such mightily impressive academic results.’
GCSE Examination Results 2019
Students at Kingswood School, Bath are again celebrating very strong GCSE/IGCSE results this year. With 38% 9/8 and 62% 9/8/7, students have achieved very highly across both GCSE and IGCSE examinations.
Amongst many excellent individual performances, the highest achievers with ten 9/8 grades were Charlotte, Timothy, Iris and Oliver. We are delighted that 41 individual students achieved at least five 9/8 grades.
Deputy Head Academic, John Davies, commented: ‘We are very pleased to again achieve such strong results in the newly-reformed GCSE qualifications. It is testament to the hard work of our pupils and teachers that we have been able to sustain such high standards, despite the increased rigour of the new GCSE qualifications, and whilst maintaining our strong commitment to a holistic and balanced education for all. We are very pleased with the performance of this cohort, and now look forward to helping them develop even deeper knowledge and understanding in our Sixth Form over the next two years. They certainly should have every confidence that they are well-prepared for the academic challenges to come.’