KS4 Examination Results 2021
Despite the difficult challenges faced by everyone this year, we are exceptionally proud of our Year 11 students who have achieved outstanding results. An enormous congratulations is extended to students, their teachers and parents, for the hard work, resilience and motivation, throughout the year and during the barriers faced during the school closures and the pandemic.
KS4 examination results
|EBACC Average Point Score|
|Students who achieved grade 4+ in English and Maths||72||62|
|Students who achieved grade 5+ in English and Maths||42||31|
Highlights of KS4 examination students
Year 11 students have performed remarkably well, and this is reflected in the exceptional examination results. Some key examination highlights include:
- 27% of all GCSE (or equivalent) grades were awarded grades 7-9
- 81% of students achieved a grade 4+ in English Language
- 75% of students achieved a grade 4+ in Maths
- 75% of students achieved a grade 4+ in Science
- Over 90% of students achieved a grade 4+ (or equivalent) in the following subjects:
- 3D Art
- Health and Social Care
- Retail Business
42% of Year 11 students have remained at Park Academy West London Sixth Form. This is a 14% increase from the previous year.
KS5 Examination results 2020
In 2021, Park Academy West London did not have any Year 13 students on roll. Therefore there are no KS5 examination results for 2021.
KS5 examination results
|Park Academy 2020||National average 2020|
|% of A Level grades awarded A*-A||17||21|
|% of A Level grades awarded A*-B||50||53|
|% of A Level grades awarded A*-E||100||98|
|Average point score per entry||37.3|
88% of Year 13 students continued their education at University after leaving Park Academy West London. 6% of students started an apprenticeship and 6% continued their education at a local further education institution.
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All GCSE and GCE Exam Certificates are available for collection from the Academy, if you have not already done so. Upon collection of your certificates, please report to Reception and ask for the Exams Officer.
Please note that all certificates must be signed for. Certificates may be collected on behalf of a candidate by a third part, with written permission.
As per the JCQ rules; centres are required to hold certificates for up to 12 months after which they will be returned to the exam boards.
REPLACEMENT EXAM CERTIFICATES
If you have lost or did not collect your original certificates, you must apply for a certifying statement of results, which is an official copy of the final exam results held by the awarding exam bodies. It is accepted by universities, colleges and employers as verification of results.
Depending on which examinations you took, you may need to contact each exam board. Below are links to the main exam board websites which will give you the information required to obtain replacement certificates and/or confirmation of results.