We are the top performing school in Cheshire, and once again we are incredibly proud of our pupils and their academic achievements. Our A level and GCSE results are amongst the best in the country and demonstrate our excellent teaching, enthusiastic pupils and first class facilities. Please see our 2019 results below :
In 2019, we are celebrating 26% of GCSE results at grade 9, with 48% at 9/8 and 84% 9/6. Students achieved 69% of grades at A*-A or 9-7 placing King’s as the top performing school in Cheshire for GCSEs.
2019 GCSE Results
2018 GCSE Results
|Year||9||% A*/9-8||% A* - A/9-7||% A* - B/9-5*||%A* - C/9-4|
|2018||17||44.1||71.95||90.58||98.76|Year % A* % A* - A % A* - B %A* - C
2017 56.6 80.5 94.3 98.5
2016 46.1 74.0 92.1 98.3
2015 36.9 71.3 91.6 98.0
In 2019, A Level students achieved the second highest percentage of A*/A grades in the school’s history.
An incredible 65% of grades were A*/A, matching a record year in 2015. Talented students also achieved the highest percentage of A* in four years, with 24.6% of grades at this level.
In an outstanding year for King’s, 67% of students achieved at least 2 A*/A grades.
Overall, 87% of grades were at A*/B for the second year running, with 40 students achieving A*/A in every subject – including 10 students with straight A* grades.
A Level Results
Year % A* % A* - A % A* - B %A* - C
2019 24.6 64.8 86.5 96.5
2018 22.3 63.5 87.3 96.9
2017 13.7 56.7 87.0 98.0
2016 22.6 61.9 87.2 97.3
Full Result Tables
Our students consistently obtain places at their first choice university and are successful in winning places on highly competitive courses at the top universities. We are extremely proud to be rated the best independent school in the North and 6th in the UK for our leavers’ destinations. Almost all our students go forward to higher education. We use The Times Schools Guide table for comparisons, which looks at results, facilities, research funding and other measures.Government Schools A Level and GCSE Performance Tables The government releases performance tables which report on various measures in January. These can sometimes be misleading. For example, measuring the A Level academic results of a school by average points scored per A Level student or results in the English Baccalaureate measure. For further guidance on understanding these tables and The King’s School results on them, click here: Performance Tables.