GCSE and A-Level Examination Results – Summer 2022

The GCSE and A-level results of 2022 at JFS are a testament to the incredible hard work of all our students, staff and the families that support them. JFS continues to be one of the very best non-selective schools in the entire country and has recorded substantial increases against the last set of national data published in 2019.

At GCES, our Progress 8 score has increased from +0.75 to +0.89, a score which places us within the top 100 schools nationally. In addition, our Attainment 8 score of 65.0 places us with the top 50 schools nationally, as does the fact that 82 percent of student achieve a Grade ‘5’ of above in GCSE English and Mathematics. With an average EBacc points score of 5.84, we are well above the national average of 4.27 and the Brent average of 4.87. In a fantastic effort from our students, 21% of all grades at GCSE were a ‘Grade 9’ and 62% of all grades were 9-7.

At A-level, 66% of grades were A*-A and 34% of grades were A*. 88 % of all grades were ‘B’ or above and thirty students achieved straight ‘A*’s! All students with offers from Oxbridge were successful and over half of all Sixth Form students have secured a place at a Russell Group University. It is an incredible achievement and one of which all those involved should be hugely proud! BTEC grades were equally strong and with an Average Points Score of 48.0 across the Sixth Form, the average grade at JFS is an ‘A’.

Congratulations to every single Year 11 and Year 13. With an A-level retention rate of 96% and 77% of Year 11 students choosing JFS for Sixth Form, we are proud to be a constant in the lives of those families who have entrusted their children’s education to us.

Internal Examinations

Year 12 UCAS Examinations                             Monday 12th – Friday 23rd June 2023
Year 10 Mock Examinations                             Monday 26th June – Friday 5th July 2023

Public Examinations

GCSE, Vocational & A Level Examinations    Monday 15th May – Wednesday 28th June 2023

Summer 2023 Contingency Days

‘Contingency’ days have been arranged by the examination awarding bodies, which all candidates need to be aware of. The contingency days/afternoons have been put in place “in the event of widespread, sustained national or local disruption to examinations during the June 2023 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 dates that have been set aside as the contingency days are as follows:
Thursday 8th June 2023 (afternoon only)
Thursday 15th June 2023 (afternoon only)
Wednesday 28th June 2023 (all day)

All candidates must be available to sit exams from the date of their first exam up to and including Wednesday 28th June 2023.

JFS School Exam Timetable 2023

JFS School Exam Timetable 2023

Public Examination Results

A Level Results/L3/BTEC Results            Thursday 17th August 2023 (from 08:00am)
GCSE Results/BTEC Results                     Thursday 24th August 2023 (from 08:00am)

Results will be published to students via their school email along with information about Post Results Services.

Post Results Services

BTEC On-Screen Exams Post Results Services 2023


BTEC Retake Form


Non-Examination Assessments/Coursework

Information for Candidates

Deadline Dates for Centre Assessed Marks

Internal Appeals Form

Request for Copy Materials Form