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Key Stage 5 results

KS5 Exam Results A2

 

200920102011201220132014201520162017

2016 National

% PASS RATE 98.7 100 98.7 100 99.5 100 99.6 98.8 98.2 98.1
% A to C 79.6 84.7 87.3 85.5 94.1 95.5 93.0 92.2 90.2 77.2
% A to B 49.2 57.6 62.7 60.8 70.2 76.3 72.6 77.3 73.3 52.7
% A / A* 24.8 27.1 35.5 27.9 37.8 45.5 39.6 53.1 45.6 25.9
% A* - 9.4 9.2 5.6 7.6 16.7 11.7 18.8 17.5 8.2

 All students entered the Sixth Form with a pass grade in English and mathematics.

KS5 Exam Results 2017

Number of students aged 16-18

167

Number of students at end of A/AS or equivalent study

90

Average point score per student

266.4

Average point score per entry

86.2

% achieving 3 or more A-levels or equivalent

98.2%

% achieving 2 or more A-levels or equivalent

100%

% achieving at least one advanced level qualification

100%

 

PROGRESS SCORE              2017                                                 

+0.23

 

AVERAGE RESULT Average Result Points
Holland Park School                           B 40.41                         
Kensington and Chelsea C+ 32.26
England average C+ 31.79

 

STUDY COMPLETION RATE (89 students)     %        
Holland Park School                           97.8%
Kensington and Chelsea 95.1%
England average 96.1%

 

DESTINATIONS NUMBER OF STUDENTS % OF TOTAL
RUSSELL GROUP UNIVERSITIES      40 44.4%
OTHER UNIVERSITIES 39 43.3%
ART COLLEGE 5 5.6%
Total placed 79 87.8%
Total not placed 11 12.2%

Of the students not placed, 6 students are taking a planned gap year. Amongst them, one student had taken a gap year because of his desire to apply to American Universities to further his studies, having decided not to apply to UK universities. One student has taken up an apprenticeship in finance, another student has moved to Australia to study medicine and another wanted to spend a year considering his options, having achieved three grade As. Amongst the other students taking a gap year, students primarily were seeking to apply a second time to secure their desired places. In most cases, this was not because they did not have a place that they could have taken up.