Claremont High School Academy

Examination Results 2017

Outstanding Achievement and Progress

We are delighted with a fantastic set of GCSE and A-Level results. Congratulations to all pupils for their continued hard work, effort, and perseverance, and to our parents and teachers for their support and encouragement. In a year which has seen the introduction of many changes to the examinations, including the new linear style A-Levels, and the reformed GCSEs, Claremont is especially proud of our outstanding pupils.


KS5 A-Level Results

This year was the first year of results for the new style linear A-Levels, and amidst these changes the pupils at Claremont High School Academy continued to perform outstandingly.

Highlights include:

78% A*-C

99% A*-E 






Progress Score


Average Grade

A Levels


Above Average




Above Average


Applied General




Progress in English and Maths







Congratulations to the 15 students who achieved 3 or more A*s or As:

Hafsa J

Shreya P

Sofia P

Shiv M

Sawan K

Jude B-D

Joel B-D

Adersh P

Nirav C

Evelyn Q

Lohan M

Pinali V

Khinel P

Zainab M

Kenny R 


A further 16 students achieved 3 or more A*-Bs. 


A special congratulations to Jude B-D who has confirmed his offer at Oxford to read Maths and to our 5 students who have secured their grades for Medicine/Dentistry:


Hafsa J

Shreya P

Sofia P 


Shiv M

Sawan K


Our vocational courses saw great improvements from last year with all students achieving at least a Merit and all students in the BTEC Business Double cohort achieving Distinctions and above.

In Chemistry and Maths, almost half of the cohort achieved a grade A* or A.


We wish all year 13 leavers the best of luck with their future pathways and we look forward to hearing about all of your successes in the future.


KS4 GCSE Results 2017


This year brought the first set of results from the new style GCSEs in English language, English Literature and Maths. As well as a new grading system (Click here for Claremont's guide to the new 9-1 scale), these examinations were designed to be more rigorous in their assessments, making it more of a challenge for pupils to achieve the top grades (8/9 being equivalent to an A* or above)


We are delighted to share some of our highlights, and are particularly proud of how the pupils have coped with the changes to the core subjects and performed exceptionally.

Headline Measures 2017:

Progress 8 score: +0.59

Attainment 8 Score: 53

% grade 4 or above in English and Maths 77% (10% higher that 2016)

% Grade 4 or above in English Language 79% (10% higher than 2016)

% Grade 4 or above in English Literature 86%

% Grade 4 or above in Maths 81%

% Passing Ebacc: 44%

% Entering Ebacc: 76%

% 5 or more GCSE of C or above (including 4s) 75%


76 pupils achieved 5 or more A*-A grades (8/9s), and 33 pupils achieved 10 or more A*-A.


Please click on the following link for our DfE performance tables 2017:


A special congratulations to the below pupils, who achieved a full set of results at grade A-A* (7-9):

Maya B

Henry C

Hanna J

Anya P

Durkka R

Luke R

Thanoji S

Cindeya S

David T

Francesca W


Congratulations to the 7 pupils who achieved the top grade 9 in both English and Maths:

Maya B

Benjamin B-D

Henry C

Sabah H-E

Shameer M

Seeta P

Thanoji S


We look forward to welcoming our new year 12 cohort in September as they begin the next stage of their Claremont journey.