Claremont High School Academy

Examination Results 

As there have been no official GCSE results tables for the years 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the below results show the historical 2019 results. However, we have also been delighted with a fantastic set of GCSE and A-Level grades in the 2020 and 2021 years and very proud of what our students have achieved, and the results information for these years is available upon request.  Congratulations to all pupils for their continued hard work, effort, and perseverance, and to our parents and teachers for their support and encouragement.


KS4 GCSE Results 2019

Congratulations to all our year 11 students who received their GCSE results in August 2018. We are proud of your continued hard work and perseverance which has led to some truly outstanding results.

This year brought the second set of results from the new style GCSEs in most subjects, following the transition in English and Maths in 2017. As well as a new grading system, 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)


Headline Measures 2019:

Attainment 8 Score: 5.7

Progress 8 Score: 0.78 (provisional)

% Grade 4 or above in English and Maths 83%

% Grade 5 or above in English and Maths 64%

% Grade 4 or above in English Language 86%

% Grade 4 or above in English Literature 96%

% Grade 4 or above in Maths 83%

% 5 or more GCSE of grade 4 or above 83%

% Entering Ebacc 76%

%Passing Ebacc (Grade 5 or above) 34%

Ebacc Average Point Score: 5.4


Over 50 pupils achieved 8 or more grades 8-9

106 pupils achieved 3 or more of the top grades 7-9 (A-A*)


 Percentage of pupils staying on in Education or Employment after KS4: 99.6% (2018 figure. 2019 to be confirmed)


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KS5 Results 2019


The A Level pass rate has risen to 99%.

The value-added score for applied general was significantly above the national average and in the highest 20% in 2019.

The value-added score for A levels was above the national average and in the highest 40% in 2019.

English & Maths progress:

English 100% of students improved previous GCSE English grade, where they had a grade of less than 4 at KS4

Maths 80% students improved previous GCSE grade, where they had a grade of less than 4 at KS4

46% of all A Level exams sat were awarded A* - B grades and 75% were awarded A* - C grades.

Progress score = +0.10 (above average of the country).

Average Attainment = 34 (C+).

% of students completing their main study programme (often referred to as retention) = 97%.

% staying on in education or employment (often referred to student destinations)= 90% (England average = 81%)