Academic Quality & Results

In Summer 2016 an impressive 83% of the cohort gained 5 or more A* to C grades, with 84.5% of overall results at grades A*-C. This is 17.6% higher than the national average. Over a third of all results were A* or A grades, an increase of 6% on the previous year. The results were particularly strong in English Language with 100% of pupils achieving A* to C grades.

Particular congratulations went to Jessie Carter, Abigail Chapman, Charley Carter, Jim Warren and Sydney Bird who achieved an impressive suite of A*-B grades. Jessie Carter achieved an exceptional 7 A* and 2 A grades.

Headteacher Catherine Cozens commented, “These results are excellent and demonstrate that Quinton House School pupils achieve outstanding results in an ever strengthening academic environment.”


Our 2016 GCSE Highlights

83%

5 or more A*-C

81%

5 or more A*-C including Maths & English

34%

A/A*

A Level Results

In summer 2016 pupils carried on the school’s tradition of achieving strong results.

Particular congratulations went to Eva Bradshaw who achieved A*, A, B and B in Geography, English Literature, Psychology and Drama and is going to Exeter University to read English, and Guy Denton who achieved A*, A*, C and C in History, English Literature, Psychology and Drama and is hoping to go to the USA to read Law at one of the Ivy League Universities after taking a gap year.

Top scoring subjects overall were English Literature and Geography.

Leavers' Destinations

Our 2016 graduates secured places at a range of Universities, including Queen Mary University of London, The University of Leicester, The University of Exeter, The University of Leeds, The University of Nottingham and The University of Bristol.