Tarporley High School

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Tarporley High School
& Sixth Form College

Examination Results

School Performance Tables

Please use the link below to access the information published by Deprtment for Education about Tarporley's examination performance:

DFE Performance Tables

 

Tarporley High School & Sixth Form College

A-level Results 2019

2019 has proved to be another excellent year for Tarporley Sixth Form College with over 25% of all grades awarded being at the very highest level of A*/A and over half the grades awarded at A*/B. We are delighted, that once again, the majority of students have been placed at their chosen university.

 

Once again, there have been many impressive individual achievements: Thomas Adkins (A*, A*, A*, A*, A*) has been accepted at Cambridge University to read Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Issy Clarke  (A*,A*, A*, A*, A*) will read Law also at Cambridge and Sam Hunt (A*, A*, A*, A*) will study Chemical Engineering at University of Birmingham.

 

Studying Maths and Economics at LSE is Patrick Savage, (A*, A*, A*, A*) and attending Birmingham University is Lucy Phillipson (A* A, A, A,) who will read Chemical Engineering, whilst Anna Richardson (A*, A*, A, B) will read Law at Cambridge University. Amy Beaumont (A*, A*, B) will study Fine Art at the University of Leeds. Lottie O’Byrne (A*, A*, A) will study Fashion Design at Salford University; Joe Windsor (A, A, A, B) will read Medicine at the University of Manchester. Elise Whiteman (A* A, B) will be reading Biology at  the University of Leeds. At the University of Liverpool, Emily Ball (A*, A, B) will study Law. Toby Moss (A*, A, B), will study Law with Business also at the University of Liverpool. Megan Kay (A*, A, B, B), will read Ancient Medieval and Modern History at Durham University. There were many more notable performances from students who will be taking up places at university this year to study a range of courses including Art & Design, Pharmacy, Primary Education, Digital Media, Business Management, English Literature, Mathematics, Psychology, Marketing, Linguistics, Politics & International Relations, Criminology, Modern Foreign Languages, Physics, Finance and Accounting. 

 

 “As always results day has been one of high emotion for us here at school”, said Chris Nuttall, Director of Sixth Form, “This has been another exceptional year group who have not only developed academically during their time here at Tarporley, but also personally, as individuals. This year group in particular have contributed so much to the life of the school and to the local community, and are frequently praised for their mature approach, their teamwork and their leadership. Today is just reward for all their hard work, supported by their families and the dedicated staff at the school. I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success in their next pathway in life. We really will miss them all!”

 

Tarporley Sixth Form is open to all students with suitable GCSE grades. Although many courses are full, there are some places available for the new academic year; students can register for courses on Thursday 22nd August. Tarporley Sixth Form College is also open to students who have not previously attended the school. Students can contact the Sixth Form on 01829 732558 for more information or email teverton@tarporleyhigh.co.uk .

 

 

Pictured above celebrating their successes are: Thomas Adkins, Emily Ball, Issy Clarke, Lizzy Craven, Sophie Helsby, Sam Hunt, Toby Moss, Lottie O'Byrne, Megan Partington, Lucy Phillipson, Anna Richardson, Patrick Savage, Elise Whiteman, Alice Willetts, Joe Windsor

 

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

% A*-A

26%

33%

27%

22%

27%

% A* - C

83%

80%

77%

72%

77%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tarporley High School & Sixth Form College GCSE Results 2018

Following on from Tarporley High School’s outstanding A Level results last week, Tarporley’s Year 11 students have once again achieved excellent grades. 

This year marks the first year that students have completed the new GCSE qualifications in nearly all subjects, where the grading system spans from grade 9 (the highest grade) to grade 1 (the lowest).

With the newly designed grade 9, which recognises the very highest performing pupils, the outstanding school saw nearly 20% of the cohort achieve the very highest of grades (Grade 8 and Grade 9) which is equivalent to grade A* and A** respectively. 

Across all grades, a third achieved were impressively at grade 7 or higher (equivalent to an A grade) and over 80% were above the new grade 4 benchmark (equivalent to a grade C.)

Head Teacher Jason Lowe said “My congratulations go out to all our students who have shown such exceptional commitment to their studies. They have been an outstanding year group who have made many valuable contributions to the school. I wish them all the best for the future and look forward to welcoming many of them into our Sixth Form.

I would like to thank the families of our students for all the support they have given over the last five years.  My thanks also go to our passionate and dedicated staff who have worked extremely hard to enable all of our students to achieve.”

GCSE RESULTS

                   

% A*-C, (4+ from 2017)

 

Maths

English

2013

84%

83%

2014

86%

87%

2015

86%

81%

2016

81%

87%

2017

73%

91%

2018

82% 92%

% English and Maths C+ (4+ from 2017)

2013

77%

2014

82%

2015

80%

2016

79%

2017

73%

2018

80%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GCSE Grades

 

 

% A*A (A*A,9,8&7)

% A*-C (A*-C & 9-4)

2013

37%

84.2

2014

34.9%

83.6

2015

27.5%

79.71

2016

30.9%

82.1

2017

28%

79.4

2018

35.9% 84.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The English Baccalaureate is a measure that recognises where pupils have secured a C grade or better across a core of academic subjects – English (4+ from 2017), mathematics (4+ from 2017), history or geography, the sciences and a language.

2011

29%

2012

29%

2013

44%

2014

43%

2015

37%

2016

46%

2017

38%

2018

35%

 

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