Results and Destinations
Exam Results and Destinations
A Level Exam Results for 2021
The headline figures are as follows:
• 83% of all results were graded A* to A
• 95% of all results were graded A* to B
• 99% of all results were graded A* to C
• 100% pass rate overall
• Over 65% of pupils received at least one A*
• Over 92% of pupils received at least one A
• Over 70% of pupils received all A* to A grades
• Over 89% of pupils received at least ABB
Following the students’ exceptional A Level results for 2021, university successes are equally impressive:
Over 90% of students will be attending their first-choice university.
82% of students will be attending Russell Group universities.
Pupils will be reading a wide variety of courses, including at UCL to study Neuroscience, Oxford to study PPE, Cambridge to study Modern and Medieval Languages, Durham to study English, Biochemistry at Imperial, as well as to study at the Royal Academy of Music and the Dyson Institute for a Degree Apprenticeship.
Seven students have also been accepted for Medicine and Allied Sciences.
As is usual for Upper Sixth leavers, roughly 50% are studying arts, languages, and humanities, with around 50% studying STEM subjects.
Our top destinations are Bath, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham and UCL.
Other recent destinations include:
Aberystwyth, Aston, Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Birmingham, Birmingham City, Bournemouth, Brighton, British and Irish Modern Music Institute (BIMM London), Brunel, Cambridge, Cardiff, Central St Martins, London, Chester, Coventry, Dundee, East Anglia, Edinburgh, Exeter, Falmouth, Gloucestershire, Goldsmiths, University of London, Guildford School of Acting, Surrey, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, Heriot-Watt, Hull, Imperial College, London, Keele, Kent, LAMDA, Lancaster, University of Law, Leeds Beckett, Leicester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores, London College of Fashion, London Metropolitan University, London School of Economics, Loughborough, Manchester, National Centre for Circus Arts, New College of the Humanities, Newcastle, Northampton, Nottingham Trent, Northumbria, Open University, Oxford, Oxford Aviation Academy, Oxford Brookes, Oxford School of Drama, Plymouth, Queen Mary University, London, Reading, Richmond, Roehampton, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Royal Holloway, London, Royal Veterinary College, London, St Andrews, St George's, University of London, Surrey, Sussex, Swansea, University College, London, University of the Arts, London, University of the West of England, Bristol, Warwick, Warwickshire College, Worcester, Hull, York Medical School, British Columbia, Canada, McGill, Canada, Sophia University, Bulgaria.