Kingsbury School students returned to school on August 24th 2017 to collect their GCSE results and were joined by several members of staff to celebrate their successes.
Qualifications in English and Maths have changed and this is the first year of the new grading system. As such results cannot be compared to previous years.
In respect of the new qualifications at Kingsbury, 75% of students achieved a grade 4 or above in English, 66% achieved a grade 4 or above in Maths and 62% achieved a grade 4 or above in English and Maths.
Other notable successes include 71% of students achieving a grade c or above in at least two Science subjects and 20% of students achieving a grade 7 or above in English.
The schools headline result was the product of excellent performance at the very highest level school wide. Notable performances were Biology (94% A*-C), Physics (92%), Chemistry (94%), Astronomy (84%), Health & Social Care (92%).
Exam board regulation notices
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**IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING COLLECTION OF EXAM CERTIFICATES**
If you were unable to attend on the awards evening and have not collected your exam certificates then you can nominate someone else to collect your certificates on your behalf (with a signed note of authority from you) at any time after 17 November 2017. It is very important that you do collect them, and keep them safe, as they are the documented proof of your examinations success. They will be stored at the school for twelve months only before being destroyed. The examination boards will no longer issue replacement certificates. You will need to contact the relevant board who will only issue a certifying statement of results and could incur costs ranging from approximately £35 to £45.
Should you need to request replacement certificates of your results after this time you would need to contact the relevant boards.