Queensmead School has received a positive set of GCSE results with 75% of students achieving 9-4 and 57% achieving 9-5 in English and Maths. There have been some outstanding individual performances.
Students with notable achievements include:
Meghana achieved an impressive Grade 9 in all 9 of her GCSEs
Sahil achieved an impressive 8 Grade 9s.
Kai achieved an impressive 8 Grade 9s.
The following students made a fantastic amount of progress:
The full GCSE results are available here
Post 16 results
Post 16 students have received excellent results with 56% achieving 3 A*-C grades enabling the majority to pursue their first choice University place and apprenticeship positions. There have been some fantastic individual performances including Charlotte, who has achieved the grades she needed to read French at Oxford.
Particularly impressive results include:
Charlotte M: A*A*Dist* (French, History, Sport)
Alfie R: A*A*A (Maths, Physics, Product Design
Mitul P: A*A*AA (Maths, Product Design, Physics, Computer Science)
Harry D: A*AAA (Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Computer Science)
Avni N: A*AA (Maths, Further Maths, Physics)
Harine T: A*AA (Maths, Chemistry, Economics)
Michael T: A*AA (Maths, Further Maths, Physics)
Khushal S: A*AAB (Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Product Design)
Safia D: AAAA (Maths, English Literature, Classical Civilisation, History)
Alexandra F: Dist*Dist*Dist* (Children’s Play Learning Development)
Jessica H: Dist*Dist*Dist* (Children’s Play Learning Development)
Myles B: AAA (Biology, Maths, Physics)
Rishika C: AAA (Biology, Chemistry, Maths)
Grace E: AAA (Biology, Chemistry, Geography)
Haider Z: AAA (Business, Economics, Maths)
Akshat P: A*ABB (Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Computer Science)
Ashvin K: A*AB (Maths, Further Maths, Computer Science)
Hammad M: A*AB (Maths, Chemistry, Physics)
The full A-Level results are available here
To see how we compare to other schools visits the Department for Education Schools Performance Tables website by visiting https://www.gov.uk/school-performance-tables
Awarding Qualifications 2020
Candidates may appeal their grades through their centre if they believe the process of awarding results this summer was not followed correctly in their case
The criteria that a candidate may appeal against include the following;
If a candidate believes that;
i) The centre made an error when submitting a centre assessment grade or rank order information.
ii) An awarding body made an error when calculating, assigning or communicating a grade.
A candidate cannot;
i) Appeal against their centre assessment grades and position in the rank order.
ii) Appeal in respect of the process or procedure used by the centre in calculating their centre assessment grades and position in the rank order.