St Wilfrid’s is immensely proud of the achievements of our students. They have worked extremely hard, as have the teachers that have supported them. This combined effort has seen us increase the number of the highest grades awarded this year and reinforces our reputation as a school in which students make great progress.
Most of our students stay on into Sixth Form and a high proportion then go on to university. As well as the traditional academic courses, we are increasingly offering flexible vocational courses and a curriculum that is tailor-made to the individual student’s requirements. Our Sixth Form results continue to be amongst the highest in County with the A level performance indicators placing St Wilfrid’s Sixth Form achievement as ‘excellent’ for 3 consecutive years. This data base takes from over 1000 sixth form institutions.
We take very seriously the responsibility of working with your child in a disciplined relationship of mutual trust and discernment.
GCSE Results 2016
St Wilfrid’s is celebrated some excellent GCSE results this year! 54% of our Year 11 students received 5 A*-C including English and Maths. 69% of Year 11 students achieved at least 5 A*-C grades and 94% of students received 5 A*-G grades.
In the summer of 2016, students who completed their Year 11 courses at St Wilfrid’s left with the following achievements:
- 54% achieved 5 A*-C grades including English and Maths
- 22% achieved the English Baccalaureate
- 19% achieved A*/A
- 76% achieved 2 x A*-C in Science
- 86% of students achieved expected progress in English
- 56% of students achieved expected progress in Maths
- Progress 8 = +0.21
- Attainment 8 = 4.9
A2 Results 2016
Our Sixth Form students celebrated fantastic A2 results with an impressive 99% pass rate! 17% of Year 13 students were at the highest levels of A*-A with 43% gaining A*-B and 71% of results A*-C.
Please click here to see the schools Performance Table for 2015 of the Department of Education website. The performance data for our 2016 results will be published later in the academic year by the Department of Education.