Exams & Results
Summer 2020 Results Information
Letters about results days
Documents about centre assessment grades, results and appeals
Summer 2020: information about centre assessed grades, results and the appeals process (currently being updated)
Useful sources of information from the DfE and Ofqual
Autumn Exam Entries
KS4 results and details 2019 20
Progress 8 score = +0.05
Attainment 8 score = 50.5
% of pupils achieving English Bacc combination of subjects = 29%
16-19 KS5 results 2019 20
Progress in English and maths = NA
Progress compared to National = Level 3 Value Added: +0.1
Average grades at KS5 = B-
Student retention – % students completing study programmes = 97.4%
GCSE Results 2020
After a challenging few months, Hardenhuish pupils are celebrating another set of fantastic GCSE results.
We have known for some time that this was a very able GCSE cohort and we are delighted that being able to use our centre assessment grades has allowed this to be recognised. The hard work, determination and resilience of Year 11 has been rewarded. There are many individual success stories, and pupils and their parents can be confident that their grades have been reached through an accurate, rigorous and ethical process with their grades rightly recognising their abilities.
The Year Group have also contributed widely to the life of the school and many will continue to do so as they will be joining Hardenhuish Sixth Form to continue their studies, taking advantage of further refurbishment, which has taken place over the summer. Amy Webb, Year 11 Learning Manager, has been sharing in celebrations with their parents, dedicated teachers, and Year 11 Team added “It is wonderful to see them all back together in school today, celebrating their much deserved success after a particularly difficult six months. We are looking forward to the future successes we know this year group will achieve and wish them well for the future”.
These fabulous results come on the back of a turbulent few days for the A Level students who can join in the celebrations as their hard work is now appropriately recognised. The vast majority have secured a place at the University of their choice or are moving on to the next stage of their career with confidence and grades which recognise their hard work and amazing achievements.
A Level Results 2020
Resilience and maturity bring well-deserved success!
Hardenhuish students have once again achieved impressive A level results at a time of unprecedented challenges. Their fantastic work ethic, determination, maturity and support of each other throughout the last two years has resulted in fantastic A level results with the vast majority of students achieving what they needed and more to enable them to access their next steps.
They have achieved results which they can all be very proud of and alongside this have made significant contributions to the wider school life and have developed skills and attributes which will serve them well as they progress on the next steps of their academic or working life.
Students have acted as exemplary role models and mentors leaving a legacy of hard work, care, leadership and community spirit for future Hardenhuish 6th Formers. The 6th Form Team, dedicated teachers and parents have provided unwavering support and guidance throughout, working effectively together to support the students.
Our amazing Year 13 of 2020 are a credit to themselves, their parents and our staff who have taught, guided and supported them during their time at Hardenhuish. I am proud of each and every one of our Year 13, their achievements maturity and resilience through what has been a challenging two years for them. I am confident that the results of these wonderful young people and their resilience and continued hard work will lead them on to even greater achievements in the future.
These impressive results in both the A Level and core curriculum programme of the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), Level 3 Sports Leaders and Core Maths have enabled students to gain places on courses at some of the most prestigious universities or move on to industry leading higher-level apprenticeships.