Beaumont School has established a track record of excellent results at Key Stages Four and Five over many years, and 2019 was one of the best ever. Our students achieved GCSE and A Level grades which broke new ground in some areas and confirmed yet again the school’s position as a leading comprehensive, enabling young people to make the most of their talents and giving them access to great futures.
Students make outstanding progress and their attainment, including that of the most able students, in gaining five or more A* to C grades including English and mathematics is much better than in other schools nationally – OFSTED 2014
Key Stage 5 (‘A’ level and equivalent)
More students than ever took their A Levels and equivalent qualifications at Beaumont in the summer of 2019 and they did themselves and the school proud, maintaining the high standards set with smaller cohorts in previous years and gaining 44 A* grades in the process. Almost all UCAS applicants have won a place at a university of their choice, with more than half going to a Russell Group institution. We wish our leavers every success in their ongoing education and future careers and we look forward to hearing about the exciting things which lie ahead of them.
|‘A’ level entries at grades A*- A||33%||26%|
|‘A’ level entries at grades A*- B||68%||52%|
|‘A’ level entries at grades A*- E||99%||98%|
|Average ‘A’ level grade||B (38.9 points)||tbc|
|‘A’ level progress||tbc||0|
|Academic average grade||B (38.9 points)||tbc|
|Applied General average grade||Distinction- (31.0 points)||tbc|
|Applied General progress||tbc||0|
|Tech Level average grade||Distinction*- (43.1)||tbc|
|Tech Level completion/attainment||tbc||0|
|‘A’ level course completion||98%||93%|
|Academic course completion||98%||92%|
|Applied General course completion||100%||91%|
Key Stage 4 (GCSE and equivalent)
2019 was another year of great success in GCSEs and equivalent qualifications for Beaumont students, with school records tumbling in the core subject headline measures and an extremely impressive percentage of the top 9-7 grades (equivalent to A*-A in “old money”) right across the curriculum. We are delighted that such a high proportion of our outgoing Year 11 have opted to remain with us to continue their studies into the Sixth Form, alongside the many newcomers who we welcome to the school community, and we anticipate further success from them at Key Stage 5.
|GCSE grades at 9-7||40%||21%|
|Attainment 8||60.7% (average grade 6)||tbc|
|Strong Pass (5+) in both English and Maths||73%||tbc|
|Standard Pass (4+) in both English and Maths||87%||tbc|
|EBacc Average Points||5.7||tbc|
|Percentage of students remaining in education or employment after KS4||97%||94%|
A more detailed breakdown of Key Stage 4 & 5 results (2019) by subject and gender can be downloaded here.
Please note that the above data does not include the outcomes of recently remarked exam scripts.
The most recently published DfE analysis of the school’s examination results can be found on the DfE performance tables website here. Please note that these may be for the previous year’s set of examination results.