Our 2017 GCSE results were some of our best ever with 29% of grades being an A*/A or level 8/9, our Progress 8 score being +0.68 (well above average) and our Attainment 8 score 53.9 points. Indeed, our GCSE results put us in the top 200 schools in the country.
Our Key Stage 4 ALPs grade (by which you measure student progress against the national picture) was a Level 2 = Outstanding. At A level, our ALPs grade was a Level 3 = Excellent; it’s been nearly a decade in which all our P16 ALPs grades have been “Outstanding or Excellent”. Throughout this time, we have maintained our comprehensive, inclusive ethos and are proud to cater for a wide variety of abilities with a range of courses at different levels.
DFE Performance tables
You can view Greenford High School’s DFE performance data here. This includes the school’s Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores alongside local authority and national averages.
You can find key information such as the percentage of students who continue in education or training or who move into employment after Key Stage 4 on Greenford High School's DFE performance data page. For Key Stage 5, key information on progress in English and Maths, progress in individual qualification types and student destinations can be found in the 16-18 section of Greenford High School's DFE performance data page.
View a detailed breakdown of our exam results for previous years below.