Destinations and Results
We are proud of all of our students and their excellent outcomes from 2017
- University offer rate of over 98%
- 90% of university applicants successful in achieving places
- Students progressing to over 100 different degree courses, from accountancy to zoology.
- 19 students progressing to degrees in medicine, dentistry or veterinary science
- 6 students progressing to courses at Oxford or Cambridge universities
- Students progressing to over 50 different university destinations, in the UK, Europe and even the United States.
- Over 30% of university destinations at Russell Group institutions
- Prestigious apprenticeship and employment destinations include Deloitte, Chadwick Lawrence and Yorkshire Building Society
The link below is a detailed list of all our students’ destinations in the last 12 months.
Key Stage 5 Results 2018
Congratulations to all our students on achieving outstanding A level results again this year.
As always the profile of our grades shows a very strong bias towards the upper range of grades. Excluding general studies, 76% of results were at grade C or better.
There were 245 A and A* grades altogether, including thirty-nine students that achieved three or more grade A* or A passes while eight students achieved a remarkable four or more A* or A grades. Extra special mentions go to Nitish Bala, Alim Kapdi and Basim Khajwal, all of whom achieved an incredible four A* grades, and also to Matthew Bullock, Lucy Chen, Kate Lee, Francesca Mencattelli and Jamie Stirling, all of whom gained three A* grades each.
These superb results reflect the hard work and dedication of our students and staff, and will enable the students to take their next steps with confidence. The outcomes in terms of students being placed at universities of their choice are exceptionally good this year.
|Headline||Heckmondwike Grammar School*||National Provisional|
|Level 3 Value Added (A-Level)||Average (-0.05)||Average (-0.01)|
|Average Grade (A-Level)||B||C|
*Based on latest data including remarks – excludes General Studies and EPQ
Further information can be found on the Department for Education’s ‘Compare School Performance’ website.