In 2023, pupils continued to make exceptional progress in their GCSEs, outperforming expectations for the sixth year in a row.
2023 GCSE Highlights
- Progress 8 score was 0.7
- Attainment in English and maths – percentage of pupils achieving a grade 5 or above in GCSE English and maths 86%
- Attainment 8 score 67.4
- English Baccalaureate (EBacc) average point score (APS) 6.35
2023 A Level Highlights
- Attainment – 35% grade A*-A, 63% grade A*-B, average grade B, 53% of students gained at least 3 B grades.
- Retention – 93% of students stayed in education or employment for at least 2 terms after leaving WGGS. 87% of these students remained in education
- Destinations – Progress to university was: 86% with 52% attending a Russell Group university. 2 students gained an Oxbridge Place and 16 students went on to study Medicine.
Performance data for the 2017 GCSE exams
Progress 8: 0.81
Attainment 8: 68
Percentage of students achieving English and Maths at 5 and above: 81
Percentage of students entered for Ebacc: 61
Percentage of students achieving the Ebacc: 53
Percentage of students staying in education for at least two terms after the end of their 14-16 programme: 96
Performance data for KS5
The school offers A-levels only at KS5. For A-levels:
Average grade: B
Progress score: -0.08
Percentage of students completing their main study programme: 97.3
Percentage of students remaining in education or employment for two terms after their 16-18 programme: 96
No students in the A-level cohort achieved lower than a grade C at GCSE Maths and English, and so there is no data related to progress in these level 2 qualifications.