Studying at BSG Sixth Form is more than about good A Level results. We aim to deliver students excellent teaching and learning experiences that deepens their knowledge and passion for their subjects.
Even this being the case, we are extremely proud of our academic success year on year. This has never been more the case than this summer where we had our first set of post-COVID exam results.
BSG Sixth Form Results – Summer 2022
– Our success surpassed our previous achievements, with the average grade of an A across the 2022 cohort at A Level.
– Nearly 30% of BSG Sixth Form grades were A*, double the national average.
– 86% of all grades were A*-B, again significantly above national expectations.
– Our overall attainment in 2022 puts our Sixth Form results in the top 1% of Sixth Forms in England and Wales.
There is no doubt that if you have the right attitude and work hard, BSG Sixth Form can enable your success.
We’re proud to say that across the board our subjects are very consistent with A*-B rates being above 77% in the majority of subjects at A Level.
We want to be transparent about our achievements so please see the table here for breakdowns by subject by grades for our most recent results in 2022.
A Level | 2022
– 48% of the 2022 cohort students achieved 3 or 4 A*s!
– 12% of students went to study – Medicine / Dentistry / Veterinary Science*
– Over 50% of students went to Russell Group Universities*
*of those choosing HE study in 2022.
The COVID19 pandemic was a challenge for all schools and our communities. We are pleased that despite this our results have remained consistent as shown on the chart here. Please note that in years 2020-2021 all schools had centre assessed grades, these are not the same as national external examinations and cannot be relied upon as a comparison between schools.
However, we are proud to say that our own robust assessment system proved reliable compared to our 2022 national examination results.
The students in the following subjects in 2022 also achieved above national expected progress according to ALPS (the system we use to measure progress from GCSE)**. This means some of them are in the top 5% for academic progress in the country.
Physical Education | Psychology | Biology | Textiles | Geography | German | Politics | History | Media Studies | Music | Religious Studies | Art (Fine Art) | Computer Science | Product Design | English Literature | French | Sociology | Spanish
**The normal national value added measure for all post-16 institutions will not be published this academic year in performance tables due to the impact of COVID.