Our Summer 2019 GCSE results are looking like some of our best ever. Highlights include:
- 82% of students achieving grades 9-4 in both English and Maths
- Almost three quarters achieving grades 9-5 in English and Maths
- A third of all grades were at the top grades of 7 or above.
Validated results are published by the Department for Education (DfE) in January and the latest DFE figures can be found here. Further details for individual subjects and departments for Summer 2019 can be found in the attachment at the bottom of the page.
Greenford High School’s validated GCSE Progress 8 score from Summer 2018 is 0.84 and placed us 119th out of over 3700 State Secondary schools in the country. In particular, our core subject departments are among the very best nationally:
- Our English department is in the top 2% nationally
- Our Science department is in the top 3% nationally
- Our Maths department is in the top 4% nationally
Across all subjects, 35% of grades achieved were 7-9 or A/A* - an incredible achievement.
Full details of our 2018 GCSE results can be found in the attachments below.
DFE Performance tables
Exam results and performance data for every state school can be found on the Department for Education's School Performance website (updated every January). You can view Greenford High School’s DfE performance data here. This includes our Progress 8 and Attainment 8 scores alongside local authority and national averages. The 16-18 section of Greenford High School's DfE performance data can be found here.
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.