A LEVEL RESULTS (KS5) 2019
Please click here to view the (KS5) 16-18 performance tables on the DfE website.
JFS School is delighted to celebrate exceptional exam results once again reflecting continued success for our students across an unrivalled range of subjects. With 22% of all exams graded A*, 50% A*-A and 77% A*-B, head teacher Rachel Fink is ‘thrilled’ with her first cohort of results. As one of the largest sixth forms in the country we are proud of both the attainment and progress of all students who have completed A level and vocational courses.
Fourteen students have secured their places at Oxford or Cambridge Universities. The overwhelming majority of students have achieved places in first class universities of their choice including four students who will be going to Medical School and one to study veterinary medicine.
|–||Total No of students who sat one or more A2 examination subjects||238|
|–||Total No of examination entries||669|
|–||Overall pass rate||99.3|
|‘A’ Level||No||%||A*/A %||A*/B %|
|–||Numbers sitting Triple Award CACHE||9|
|Business – Single||Business – Double||Media|
|No of Students||9||10||17|
GCSE RESULTS (KS4) 2019
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We are delighted with the outstanding GCSE results attained by all JFS students across the board this year. 92% of students at JFS achieved five or more standard GCSE passes including English and Maths, 80% of which were grade 5 or above. With 46% of students achieving 9 to 7 grades and 28% of grades at 8 or 9 (A*) this cements JFS’s place as not only a top school in the community but across the country.
|Progress 8 score.||0.75|
|Attainment 8 score||62.04|
|Percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and maths.||72%|
|Percentage of pupils entered for the English Baccalaureate (Ebacc – Students entered for English, maths, 2 sciences, a language, and history or geography)||62%|
|Student ‘destinations’ (the percentage of students who continue in education or training, or move on to employment at the end of 16 to 19 study)||99%|