Letter to Parents re Reviews of Marking for Centre Assessed Marks

Information for Candidates

Deadline Dates for Centre Assessed Marks

Internal Appeals Form

Request for Copy Materials Form

Summer 2022 Contingency Day

A ‘contingency’ day has been arranged by the examination awarding bodies, which all candidates need to be aware of. The contingency day has been put in place “in the event of widespread, sustained national or local disruption to examinations during the June 2022 examination series”. As a last resort, affected examinations will be rescheduled and all those candidates will be expected to make themselves available in such circumstances.

The date that has been set aside as the contingency day is Wednesday 29th June 2022. This means that all candidates must be available to sit exams from the date of their first exam until Wednesday 29th June 2022.


Public Exam Results

A Level – Thursday 18th August 2022

GCSE – Thursday 25th August 2022

Students will be able to access their results on the above dates on Insight from 8.00am.



THE PERFORMANCE TABLES LISTED BELOW ARE NOT CURRENT – Please click on the link below to see the DfE information on the Schools’  Coronavirus accountability for this year. 

Further information available as follows: Coronavirus (COVID-19): school and college accountability 2021 to 2022 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Please click here to view the (KS4) Secondary school performance tables on the DfE website.

Please click here to view the (KS5) 16-18 performance tables on the DfE website.


GCSE and A Level Results 2021

Progress at JFS for GCSE is exceptional with students achieving on average almost one grade higher than expected in all subjects.

61% of all grades were 9-7 or A*-A.

96% of all entries were 9-4 or A*-C.

20.7% of all grades for the new GCSE achieved a top grade of a 9.

112 students (37.7% of students) achieved 9-7 or A*/A grades in 8 or more subjects.

Nationally only 7% of exams last year were graded at Level 9.

In addition, JFS students achieved outstanding results in their A Levels this year.  Nearly 63% of all grades at A*-A and over 84% at A*-B.  Nearly 33% of all grades were A*s, and 31%  of students attained A*/A grades in three A levels.

The School is also proud of the results from our range of vocational courses: including the CACHE course in which 100% of students attained the equivalent of 3A*-As

Collectively, these results demonstrate JFS’s continued commitment to a wide-ranging curriculum allowing all students to achieve outstanding outcomes and make exceptional progress.

Exams 2022

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Result Days:

A Level Results Day

Thursday 18 August 2022


GCSE Results Day

Thursday 25 August 2022


JFS A Level and BTEC Results – Summer 2020

JFS is pleased to announce outstanding summer results for A level and BTEC students for the class of 2020.  Over half of all grades were awarded A*- A (61.6%) with 81.2% of grades awarded grades A*- B from a cohort of 241 students.

Fourteen students successfully secured places at Oxbridge colleges with a further 6 students accepted to medical school.

The Headteacher commented as follows: “Congratulations to all our students who will now be embarking on a wide range of higher education opportunities as well as apprenticeships and gap year programmes.  We commend all our students who have coped superbly with the huge uncertainties as a result of COVID-19. Our staff have shown huge commitment to our students and have demonstrated that they know them well.  Every JFS student is so much more than a national statistic and we wish each and every one of them much continued success”.



JFS A Level and BTEC Results – Summer 2019


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 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 subjects238
Total No of examination entries669
Overall pass rate99.3


‘A’ LevelNo%A*/A %A*/B %


Numbers sitting Triple Award CACHE9
Pass rate100%



 Business – SingleBusiness – DoubleMedia
No of Students91017
D*-D %446059
D*-M %777076


Average Grade
A Level APS per entry as a gradeB+
Academic APS per entry as a gradeB+
Applied General APS per entry as a gradeMerit+
Tech Level APS as a gradeDist*



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 score62.04
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%
Ebacc APS5.71
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%