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2020 A'Level Results

Despite the national controversy, overall the A-Level results are excellent. The increase in top grades are particularly pleasing.

Grade A*-  8.05% (2019 - 4.6%, 2018-5.7%, 2017-4.6%, 2016 -7.7%, 2015- 5.8%, 2014- 3.8%)  

Grade A-  14.94% (2019 - 11.8%, 2018-7.5%, 2017- 11.8%, 2016 – 12.2%, 2015-10.5%, 2014-8.4%)  

Grade A*-A – 22.99% (2019 - 16.4%, 2018-13.2%, 2017-16.4%, 2016- 20%, 2015-16.3%, 2014-12.3%)   

Grade A*-B –  49.43% (2019 - 35.9%, 2018-39.4%, 2017-48.2%, 2016 – 44%, 2015-42.6%, 2014-41.9%)  

Grade A*-C – 75.29% (2019 - 67.3%, 2018-67.9%, 2017-78.4%, 2016- 73.2%, 2015 -62.2% 2014-71%)  

Overall pass rate A*-E – 97.7% (2019 - 98.2%, 2018- 98.3%, 2017- 99.5%, 2016 – 99.2%, 2015-96.2%, 2014-96.1%)  

 Principal of the school Christine Cunniffe says, ‘ These are unprecedented times and despite the current situation, overall we are happy with the results.  We do however appreciate there will be a number of students who will need additional support and guidance as they look at next steps for the future and so all of our efforts here at LVS Ascot will be in channelled into providing one to one support sessions both in person and online.’

GCSE Results 2020

Breakdown by grades and comparison :

A* (grades 9-8) or equivalent = 26.6% up from 17.56% in 2019 (2018-9.4%, 2017-8.1%, 2016-4.9%, 2015-7.1%, 2014 -6.3%)  

A*-A (grades 9-7) or equivalent = 46.7% up from 33.1% in 2019 (2018-24%, 2017-30.3% 2016-25.3%, 2015- 26.1%, 2014- 23.5%) 

A*-B (grades 9-6) or equivalent  =  67.6% down from 71.22% in 2019, 61.5% in 2018 

A*-C (grades 9-4) or equivalent = 97.2% up from 85.67% in 2019 (2018-81.5%, 2017-85.5%, 2016-82.5%, 2015-78.9%) 

 There was an increase in A* (9-8) grades - 26.6% up from 17.56% in 2019, which is a significant increase. 

 Overall 97.2% of grades were A*-C (9-4) compared to 85.7% in 2019. Again, this is a significant increase on last year. Despite the circumstances in which the grades were awarded we would have also expected an increase due to a particularly strong Year 11 cohort this year. (2018-81.5%, 2017-85.5%)