Verulam boys respond to the challenge of the reformed GCSE examinations

Verulam pupils celebrated GCSE results today which saw pupils making excellent progress.

Daniel Tansley, Head of Year 11, congratulated all the boys on their impressive results and was particularly pleased with strong results in English, Mathematics & Science.

Headmaster, Paul Ramsey, was delighted that the boys performed so well in the new reformed GCSE exams and also congratulated Year 10 pupils who achieved excellent results in their GCSE English Literature examination.

Year 11 Grades2018201720162015
5 Standard Passes including English & Maths 80%76%81%79%
5 Strong Passes including English & Maths54%61%
4 or above in English87%83%
5 or above in English 73%68%
4 or above in Maths84%83%
5 or above in Maths 67%70%
4 or higher in English & Maths80%77%
5 or higher in English & Maths60%61%
% of Pupils achieving English Baccalaureate38%47%51%49%
Year 10 GCSE English Literature
4 or above in English84%
5 or above in English66%
A standard pass is a grade A* to C or 9 to 4. A strong pass is a grade A* to B or 9 to 5.

2018 Key Stage 5 Results A-Level Results at Verulam

Students at Verulam School have again achieved a pleasing set of results ensuring that students will be proceeding to the university of their choice.

Head of Sixth Form, Robert Skipper, was delighted with the students’ success including three candidates who gained 10 A* grades between them and claimed places at Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

Greta Geller and Sam Healy will both study Medicine at Cambridge whilst Andrew Shaw will read Physics at Oxford.

Headteacher, Paul Ramsey, commended all the students on their hard work and achievement in tackling the new more challenging A-Levels.

Grades (unvalidated)20182017201620152014
A*, A, B46%54%48%53%51%
A* to C75%81%73%82%79%
Average points per student116.75111.56120786751
Average points per entry34.2436.8133224212
Average GradeC+B-C+C+C
Number of Students12012911110072


A Level – Results Day

A Level Results will be available for collection on 16th August at 9:00 am in the school hall.

If your son/daughter cannot collect his results in person, they must send in a letter (enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope), or an email nominating a responsible person to collect them on their behalf. Alternatively, we hope to publish results on MCAS after 12 noon.

Members of staff will be available to advise your son/daughter if they have any issues regarding University places or if they wish to query results. Documents relating to review of results and access to scripts will be available on reception or on the school website

Please note that certificates will be available for collection in December. We will notify you, but it is important that certificates are collected promptly as we are only allowed to keep them for one year and due to GDPR rules they then have to be destroyed.

Yours sincerely

Mrs S Armstrong


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