Please see below for all the latest information about Exams at the West Bridgford School.
Exam Results 2018
THE WEST BRIDGFORD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
The West Bridgford School has been the highest performing school in Nottinghamshire at GCSE for the last eight years
GCSE Results 2018
91% of students achieved a Standard Pass (9-4) in English and Mathematics.
80% of students achieved a Strong Pass (9-5) in English and Mathematics.
89% of students achieved 5 Standard Passes (9-4/A*-C).
The average grade achieved at GCSE was ‘B’.
A Level Results 2018
The average point score per entry at A-level was 37.
The average grade achieved at A-level was B-.
The average grade for a student’s ‘best 3’ A-levels was B.
Information for candidates
Please make sure that you are familiar with the documents below which have been published by the school and the awarding bodies for the year 2018/9:
Important Examination information 2018-2019
We have been advised that the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), which represents the exam boards (including AQA, OCR and Pearson), has designated Wednesday 26th June 2019 as a contingency exam day.
You are strongly advised to ensure students remain available for this date in case the exam boards need to invoke the contingency plan for any reason and move exams to this date.
2022 Results Day
A Level and AS Level results will be available on THURSDAY 18th AUGUST. Year 13 students will be able to access their provisional results via their SCHOOL EMAIL ADDRESSES from 6am.
Please note that we cannot send results out to any email addresses besides these. If students are uncertain about what their school email address is, they should speak to Mr Bowie who has a complete list.
Full details, including collection point will be confirmed soon.
GCSE results will be available on THURSDAY 25th AUGUST.
Full details about the day will be confirmed soon.
However, if you cannot collect your results on the day, please bring to the Exams Office, by July 5th, either an A4 stamped addressed envelope with a Large Letter stamp (if you would like results posted home) or a signed letter authorising a named person to collect on your behalf (the named person will need to bring a copy of the letter and some ID to show to staff when they collect your results). We would not recommend this course of action for Year 13 students – it is always better to be there in person should there be an issue or issues that need resolving on the day.