2016 has seen another fantastic year of exam results for us at Newcastle School for Boys. We are extremely proud of what all our boys have achieved and their results are truly reflective of all their hard work.

As important as public exam results are, they don't always tell the full story. At Newcastle School for Boys we value each boy as an individual and work with them to develop all their talents; academic or otherwise.

Year on year, our boys deliver a string of top grades and this year is no exception. In the case of both our GCSE and A level results, the boys have bucked the national trend of declining numbers of A* and A grades, producing an increase in the highest level of grades.

In our pursuit of adding value to each boy's performance, we take great care to measure our boys' potential and monitor their progress using sophisticated assessment developed at the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring – a world leader in assessment – at Durham University.

Now, more than ever, the majority of our GCSE students go on to successfully study their A levels in our Sixth Form. Our A level students continue to produce highly competitive results, gaining places on competitive courses at some of the most prestigious, top national and international universities.

To read more about our exam results success stories, follow the links below.

 

A Level Result 2016

EU Referendum project earns Sixth Form student top marks

Newcastle School for Boys achieves its best ever GCSE results

 

A level results by grade as cumulative percentages:
  Candidates A* A B C D E
2016 13 5.7 17.1 51.4 74.3 97.1 100.0
2015 30 6.4 20.3 40.5 63.3 92.4 100.00
2014 16 4.3 19.1 55.3 78.7 95.7 100.0
2013 8 4.3 26.1 47.8 69.6 95.7 100.0
2012 13 5.7 17.1 22.8 57.1 80.0 100.0
2011 15 n/a 4.8 28.6 54.8 83.3

97.6

 

GCSE results by grade as cumulative percentages:

  Candidates A* A B C D E
2016 26 32.37 59.34 83.82 94.19 99.59 99.59
2015 36 16.1 45.6 76.3 95.0 98.8

99.7

2014 23 8.4 30.2 59.1 88.4 99.1

100.0

2013 43 11.6 31.2 62.6 89.6 97.3

99.8

2012 23 11.8 34.1 65.9 92.9 98.1

100.0

2011 31 14.9 44.0 75.5 94.3 98.9

100.0

2010 20 7.0 31.0 67.4 93.6 97.3

100.0

2009 22 8.5 26.3 62.4 94.8 98.6

100.0

               

 

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